Christy Lane’s Line Dancing Music

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Looking for music with the perfect beat for practicing line dancing? Christy Lane has selected 13 classic line dance songs and recorded them without the vocals. These instrumental versions are extended to double the length so they are perfect for calling cues over the music. You can practice your dance over and over again without stopping to reset the music. The line dances selected to accompany the listed tracks are demonstrated on Christy Lane's Complete Guide to Line Dance video. Also available on music cassette.

Product Details

  • Audio CD: (February 1, 1998)
  • Original Release Date: February 1, 1998
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Let’s Do It Productions
  • ASIN: B00000GUX5

Customer Reviews


 March 6, 2003
By Tommy Gill
This CD was a life-savor! I had to teach line dancing and since there were no vocals on this CD, I was able to say the line dance cues over the music and everyone could hear me. Also I did not know which dances went to what songs and this CD helped me and gave me the tempo that my students could dance to. This is a great CD, especially for beginners…thanks!


 December 11, 2001
By Tracy Brown
I obviously didn’t pay close enough attention because I can’t stand instrumentals… especially when they are not even from the same bands that originally played them. This CD stinks. Even the tempo is not right. It’s really fast. Sorry viewers, but I wouldn’t waste your money.

Great LIne Dancing Music

 January 11, 2007
By A. Judd
I have been looking for popular line dancing music without the lyrics. This has all my favorite ones. I teach a line dancing class at our church and I enjoy the music without the objectionable lyrics.

Line Dance class

 October 28, 2006
By Judith A. Wolven "travelingjudy"
Am using this for a class at my church and so far have been very impressed with the results. I like the fact there are no words so we can dance without thinking about whether there might be objections.

The women seem to like the selection and we are ready to start the intermediate now.

I believe that someone from my class has already purchased the CD

Judy Wolven

Great addition to the guides and videos

 May 19, 2009
By D. Bruce Stevens "Designer"
This is a perfect CD to learn these dances…without the vocals you can really pay attention to the steps. Great for beginners, etc. I’ve purchase/watched and reviewed many of Christy Lane’s products and find them very well-produced with a really good understanding of what it takes to learn these steps.


 May 23, 2009
By Derek A. Macumber "The Qcumber"
I could care less for most country music, but Christy chose some great songs for this CD. It is an instrumental, which is great for dances and public functions. It’s meant to be danced to and it’s a wonderful compilation.

did not like the recordings

 January 16, 2014
By james l hedrick
I didn’t like it at all. It was the worst one I could have purchased any place that I could have picked out. There used to be some good ones. I threw it away.

Line Dancing

 November 16, 2013
By Tjh
Not exactly what I was looking for but no fault of the seller. Would have preferred voice to the music but it is clearly indicated Dancing Music not vocals.

great CD

 August 17, 2013
By Judith T. Oruska
This CD accompanies Cristy Lane’s book and DVD. It consists of standard C&W songs ~ without any lyrics. It is great for teaching as you can talk over the music w/o competing with the lyrics.

Disappointed – a waste of time and money

 January 3, 2012
By Robert
The methods that they use to market this CD are borderline deceptive. The Amazon description lists the songs with the original artists names and is not clear that the music is played by someone else.
The CD has only a minor notation that the music is instrumental, she “compiled” “instrumental versions of the original songs” in the middle of the description, then she lists the original artist, a common attribution in a compilation to state who performed the piece, next to the title.

It was definitely a waste of money for me.