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New Atlantis - Part Three

How musicians rebuilt New Orleans

 
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An interview with jazz journalist John Swenson about his new book:

"New Atlantis: Musicians battle for the survival of New Orleans"




Treme Brass Band plays a jazz funeral for the original Spotted Cat, the Frenchmen Street club which played such an important role in the re-settling of New Orleans after the federal levee disaster



Filmed by Ken McCarthy. One camera, One take. No edits. From the FoodMusicJustice.com video archive.



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