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One of the better live videos I could find of the band…
Good live video from the hilarious West Bank rap duo!
Ok, so he had to leave NOLA, this is a very old video, & so sorry about the ad in the beginning – but James Hall is incredibly underrated & it’s massively unfair…
What’s not to love ?
This is the best live recording of a brass band out there, hands down!
Too funny. Perfectly weird.
Love the crazy energy. This one was cut together with footage from a live performance (which also included a real wedding!) at One-Eyed Jacks on February 26, 2006.
Love the music & the animation! So cool!
Complicated Life - Clint Maedgen, the Preservation Hall Jazz Band and a guest appearance by the New Orleans Bingo! Show.
The cinematography is amazing, the song is amazing, and it represents everything I love about this city.
Dr. John is setting the standard in this classic, voodoo trance track..
Hey! It counts, it was filmed in NOLA! Check out the cameo of the Crescent City Connection….
One of the first bounce songs that called it bounce…. I wish I could find the real video. Was there one made?
This video captures the bands life really well. It shows a uniquely New Orleans environment without being cliche.
Made by NOVAC’s training program in 2010 – students helped the creative ideas of the band translate to video. Plus the song is killer.
This video is about the rappers performance. It exists in the classic vein of the old Tribe Called Quest & Jungle Brothers videos of the golden era. The lyrics, the compliment of the rappers, the skratching (done by me)it’s a great commentary on modern hip hop.
Um. It features “Chauncey Gardener the Ninth Ward Goat, and “psychedelic guru” Ray Bong” so what “isn’t” awesome about that!
Such a great concept for a rap song, which translated into a really cool video.
Its a great concept that draws on prior Lil’ Doogie dogma and even though its supposed to be a rap parody, Doogie raps better than anyone on the radio today.
it’s a great example of the potential for real hip-hop in new orleans; great usage of horn samples, a non-bounce beat (nothing wrong with bounce, but the rest of the world thinks that it’s the only way NOLA can make rap music), and a distinct lack of gunplay or drug references. plus, that Optimus guy dances at the end ;)
Sadly I think I had a chance to have a cameo in this video . . .
I still can’t get over how awesome this video is.
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