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Herb Kent Chicago El Stop

CD (Item 522042) Chicago Steppers, 2010 — Condition: New Copy
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Gone are the classic moves from the soul oldies years, and gone are even the very mellow, very slow steps from the 90s – and in their place are some more upbeat, full body-styled moves – showing a definite influence from the hip hop generation. Slides include the Turbo, Jamie Foxx, Wobble, El Stop, Wobble, Twist, James Brown, Cupid, Steppers, AKA Gangster, and the Woody Pop  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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