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Some Favorite Stepping Tunes

November 18, 2003

Popular stepping songs, according to several Chicago DJs:

DJ Willie ``Casper″ Perry

Old School:

``(It’s The Way) Nature Planned It,″ The Four Tops

``To be True,″ Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes

``Family Reunion,″ O’Jays

``Take a Message,″ Remy Shand

``Woman’s Gotta Have It,″ L.V. Johnson

``Facts of Life,″ Bobby Womack

``Aiming At Your Heart,″ The Temptations

``Sweet Summer Days,″ Peabo Bryson

Almost any ballad by the Whispers, Stylistics and Delfonics

New School:

``Ballin’,″ Snoop Dogg (featuring the Dramatics)

``Step in the Name of Love,″ R. Kelly

``Didn’t We,″ Gerald Levert

``Love Calls,″ Kem

``They So Cold,″ Peven Everett

``Far Away,″ Kindred the Family Soul

``Prized Possession,″ Isley Brothers

``Take a Message,″ Remy Shand

``Take a Toke,″ C&C Music Factory

DJ Vincent Randale

``Didn’t We,″ Gerald Levert

``Searching,″ Dave McMurray, featuring Kem

``Prized Possession,″ Isley Brothers

``Feelin’ It,″ Ray Chew

``Tell Me What You Really Want,″ Sting

``Cab Driver,″ Daryl Hall

``Me Myself and I″ Beyonce

``Daydreaming,″ Lugo

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