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Rp Boo - Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints (planet mu)
Rp Boo - Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints
Rp Boo - Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints
Rp Boo - Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints
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Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints

Rp Boo (planet mu)

VÖ-Datum: 30.07.2015

Musikstil: Electro / Electronic

Artikelnummer: 1918905 / ZIQ365

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Footwork'—the very word indicates a movement of the feet that is work' (as in an effort to achieve). Its joyous social party nature sits within a lineage of African American history that includes the infamous Soul Train dance tunnel and Hip Hop dance circles. However, as Footwork continues to become more popular, we should not forget that at its essence it is a highly evolved battle form. This is the central theme one feels listening to the stunning Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints,' the second album from RP Boo, the man credited with inventing the Footwork genre with a 1997 track Baby Come On' (recently re-released on the Planet Mu EP Classics Vol. 1').~~~~People who meet RP Boo may note a stark contrast between the intense battle aesthetics of Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints' and the joyousness of RP Boo as an individual. ~~~~Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints' contains both tracks made after his acclaimed 2013 debut album Legacy' ( An album of scorching, scene-defining hits' SPIN) and older tracks. Highlights include Banging On King Dr.' which sees him cutting up street numbers, the monolithic noir feeling of Sleepy', the subtle funk of Your Choice' which may in some way be inspired by his Dad's role as bass player for Prince, Lets Dance Again' whose delicate soulful sound echoes deep streams of Chicago dance music history, the dramatic string-infused Daddy's Home' and the celebration of achieving dreams that is the closer B'Ware.' Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints' is the sound of an innovator reconfirming his place as leader with one of the most essential Footwork albums to date.

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