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Jazz Noir Does the Killing

"Baden" is a track from the 2007 album Shamokin! by Mostly Other People Do the Killing. This video combines the music with a variety of black and white animation from different sources for a great impressionistic journey to the heart of something.

by Jon Davis, Published 2017-06-16


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