He can play the horn. He can sing. And that’s made him the latest musical star of a great New Orleans tradition. But Trombone Shorty mainly just wants you to dance: “I know you came here to move,” he sings to an office full of NPR staff.
“Do To Me”
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Director: Damian Weilers
D.O.P’s: Robo Wilson and Damian Weilers
Production Managers: John Norman, Paul Mosotho Moabelo, and Charles Phasha
Editor: Ben Harrex (Final Cut)
Grading: Julien Biard (Finish)
Stylist: Gareth Cowden
Main Dancers and Brothers: Donald Shongwe and Investment Shimane Mdluli
Older Mother: Grace Pilane
Younger Mother: Tebogo Khalo
Younger Brothers: Loyde Mabasa and Phasha Mogale
Leaders of Dancers:
I’m posting this partly because I need to test our SoundCloud integration since they changed their code, and also because it’s a quirky, funky, stripped down, freaking great record, and how cool is it that you can stream the whole thing through SoundCloud?
You should buy it - I did: Songs for Imaginative People.
My favorite song might be “Moonlit.”