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Cowboy Bebop (カウボーイビバップ, Kaubōi Bibappu) is a Japanese anime television . The musical style was emphasized in many of the episode titles. . have released seven original soundtrack albums, two singles and extended plays, . On July 22, , If published an article on its website regarding a rumor of a. Cowboy Bebop is a Japanese anime series developed by Sunrise. by the memory of a woman, Alisa, his longtime girlfriend who left him without reason. .. Episode 22 was accidentally skipped for a second time but was aired the ; September 9, - October 13, ; Latin America (Locomotion) — The Cowboy Bebop anime series was accompanied by a number of soundtrack albums The song is a big band jazz piece in a Latin-infused hard bop style with a rhythm plays during the final episode as the prelude to the climax. . "Live in Baghdad", Gabriela Robin, Masaaki Endoh, 6. .. 12" Vinyl Singles.
Gateway Shuffle This is another one that's not directly referencing any specific song. It miiight be referencing a few things. None of this is confirmed as far as I know: The Melbourne Shuffle is a type of dance step first invented in the mid 's electronic dance music scene. It's similar to or a derivative of certain Jazz dance steps and African American "stepping" and other shuffling type dances.
I think the reference in this case, if i could project my reasoning onto it - is that the crew puts down one foot in front of the other, and yet doesn't really progress? So like a metaphor, i guess? There's a pretty in-depth documentary about The Melbourne Shuffle here: Youtube Video Orrrr what in my opinion is more likely It could be referencing the classic confidence game performed by a con artist The Kansas City Shuffle.
In order for a confidence game to be a "Kansas City Shuffle", the mark must be aware that he is involved in a con, but also be wrong about how the con artist is planning to deceive him. The con artist will attempt to misdirect the mark in a way that leaves him with the impression that he has figured out the game and has the knowledge necessary to outsmart the con artist, but by attempting to retaliate, the mark unwittingly performs an action that helps the con artist to further the scheme.
In this case, the crew of the Bebop pull a kind of a unwitting Kansas City Shuffle on the bad-guys of this episode, which ultimately brings them to justice, though not necessarily the kind of justice that Bounty Hunters get paid for. The entire set up of the episode is also kind of a misdirection, so it kind of fits too.CowBoy BeBop capitulo 1 (español latino)
If you're a film nerd and the Kansas City Shuffle sounds familiar, it's essentially the main plot device of the movie Lucky Number Slevin which I enjoy and recommend Youtube Video Or it could be referencing neither of those things!
It's just my speculation.
The day-to-day life of the crew is also explored throughout the series. As a result, many survivors abandoned the barely habitable Earth to colonize the inner planets, the asteroid belt, and the Moons of Jupiter.
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The standard currency is the woolong, which is roughly equivalent to the present-day Japanese yen. The technology in Cowboy Bebop's world is a mixture of the futuristic cybernetics, jump gates, energy weapons and the modern cars, handguns, zippo-styled lightersboth of which are blended together.
Yet, even "new" technology often looks a bit older and battered.
The three main classes of vehicles are ground vehicles, air vehicles, and space vehicles. Ground vehicles are the most mundane of the three, being wheeled automobiles not much different from modern automobiles.
Aircraft are mostly jet-powered, although helicopters are not uncommon.
Spaceships range in size from small one-man "fighters" to immense passenger liners and cargo ships. Spike is a master in firearms and hand-to-hand combat, practicing Jeet Kune Do, and is also a skilled pilot. His right eye is cybernetic.
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He is haunted by the memory of his time in the syndicate, and particularly by his romantic relationship with a mysterious woman named Julia, and his conflict with arch-rival and former syndicate partner, Vicious. He is also a skilled pickpocket. Though she abandons the ship several times during the course of the series, her attachment to the crew always brings her back. These feelings are apparently reciprocated, as Jet and Spike always allow her to return despite claiming they're pleased to see her leave.