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DJ Earl, "All Things Considered Theme (Footwork Remix)"

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'All Things Considered' Theme Song Gets The Footwork Treatment

'All Things Considered' Theme Song Gets The Footwork Treatment

DJ Earl performs at The Underground Track Factory on Chicago's South Side. Wills Glasspiegel/Wills Glasspiegel hide caption

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DJ Earl performs at The Underground Track Factory on Chicago's South Side.

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Born from house music, footwork is a terrifically fast type of dancing and music, set to roughly 160 beats per minute, which is like your heart rate after a long stretch of dancing ... but way faster. You can learn all about it tonight on All Things Considered, or you can read the web feature that we posted at the end of last year. For now, check out this footwork remix of the All Things Considered theme, delivered by Chicago's own DJ Earl. (It has the show director's office rocking as I type this post.)

DJ Earl, "All Things Considered Theme (Footwork Remix)"

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