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One Note at a Time (2016)

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In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, music can save the soul of the city, but can the musicians save themselves?

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Renee Edwards
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Credited cast:
Shelton Shakespear Alexander Shelton Shakespear Alexander ... Himself (as Shelton 'Shakespeare' Alexander)
Lionel Batiste Lionel Batiste ... Himself
Terrell Batiste Terrell Batiste ... Himself
Otis Bazoon Otis Bazoon ... Himself
Jesse Boyd Jesse Boyd ... Himself
Detroit Brooks Detroit Brooks ... Himself
Wendell Brunious Wendell Brunious ... Himself
Bethany Bultman Bethany Bultman ... Herself
Johann Bultman Johann Bultman ... Himself
Eric L. Cager Eric L. Cager ... Himself
Amy Cano Amy Cano ... Herself
Mike Corrigan Mike Corrigan ... Himself
Darrian Douglas Darrian Douglas ... Himself
Dr. John ... Himself
Lars Edegran Lars Edegran ... Himself
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'If the musicians ain't got a chance to live, then what chance has the music got?' Dr John. This is a beautifully crafted, feature documentary, rich with colourful characters, and set in the iconic musical backdrop of New Orleans. In 2005 the music stopped, when one of the most deadly and destructive hurricanes in American history struck. The flood defences failed flooding the Crescent City for weeks. Lives were lost and shattered. Many displaced musicians felt compelled to return to the chaos and bleak confusion to play again. This is the story of some who made it back, told in their own words, with those who fought alongside to resuscitate the music scene; In particular the founders of The New Orleans Musicians' Clinic, a unique medical facility with the motto, 'Keeping the music alive'. Written by Renee Edwards

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Genuinely inspiring and beautifully filmed
23 April 2018 | by roblordSee all my reviews

Wonderful heartfelt film making by director Renée Edwards and what an incredible story and collection of such charismatic individuals she has gathered in her film. I was very moved by it. I plan to visit New Orleans later this year and I really feel like this film has given me a brilliant introduction to the spirit of the city and its musical heritage. Highly recommended.


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