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Dancing to New Orleans (2003)





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Few states can even come close to rivaling the rich musical heritage of Louisiana. From country to rock & roll to Cajun to zydeco to jazz, and on and on, the roots of American music are in Louisiana. This documentary from director Michael Murphy takes a look at the state's rhythmic history and features live performances by the likes of Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Buckwheat Zydeco, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, the Neville Brothers, and many others.
Documentary , Drama , Musical & Performing Arts , Special Interest
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Michael Murphy Productions


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Gospel, blues, funk, country, cajun, zydeco, French street music, and somethings that are unique to Louisiana. For those not familiar with music history, it is a great introduction to many types of music, and how much of our modern music grew from Louisiana and the Mississippi Delta. For those who know some of this history, this documentary provides a richness through the words of some wonderful performers. There is a touch of sadness. This was filmed pre-Katrina.

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