Done 'Most You Are

SourceDir: DaveN-Quick-Entry.txt
Author1: Russell Owen
Author2: Dave Notman
***BECKET ***

A1: (8)  Men Allemande Left 1.5
    (8)  Neighbor Swing
A2: (8)  Long Lines Forward & Back + Men Roll Neighbor
    (8)  Star Right 3/4
B1: (16) Full Hey on Left Diagonal (men start left)
B2: (8)  {Same men as in hey} Men Allemande Left 3/4 + Ladies advance {1}
    (8)  Partner Swing

CallingNotes: {1} The allemande on the near left diagonal will cause the 
  men to progress.  The ladies walk up or down the set to keep up with 
  them.  When the dance gets going, dancers will star 7/8 until the men 
  can pass left for the hey.  Although I have yet to teach this dance to 
  anyone, I'm thinking it will be easier if it's taught with dancers 
  standing on the corners of an imaginary square.  That way they have a 
  spot to come back to after the hey.

NotesOther: This dance is largely a reversal of Russell Owen's "Are You 
  'Most Done" (thus the backwards title).  I added the roll-away in A2.  
  That allowed me to reverse the direction of the star.  Instead of the 
  hey on the right diagonal, mine now goes on the left diagonal.

In Russell's dance, end couples have to wait on the right diagonal WITH 
  THE LADY ON THE LEFT.  If dancers forget this detail, havoc ensues.  In 
  my reversed version, end couples wait on the left diagonal with the 
  lady in her usual position.  So it's almost the same dance, but the end 
  effects are a lot less disaster prone.