“Lapeitah,” n. (la-pee-TAH) – A second line dance among many, e.g. crisscross, alligator, half spin, hold spin, buck jump, march, one leg kick, running wild, lapeitah.
Co-produced by Corey Henry and Pimps of Joytime’s Brian J, “Lapeitah” places Henry on the national stage, revealing the signature playing style developed in the heart of the Treme. The Brooklyn-meets-New Orleans collaboration is a mixed genre tour de force, representing the best that funk, soul, rock, and jam-based music have to offer. Among the many special guests you’ll find are Living Color’s Corey Glover, Greg Thomas of George Clinton & Parliament/Funkadelic, and Maurice “Mobetta” Brown.
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