Raw tape. First few minutes consist of interview with two of the Neville Brothers, followed by b-roll at concert, then actual concert footage. The band is touring in support of their new album, "Fiyo on the Bayou."
0:00 Color bars with chatting.
0:13 Cameraman adjusts positioning.
0:30 Interview starts. Tom Weinberg interviews Neville Brothers (2 – I think one is Aaron). They talk about the resurgence of New Orleans style music after the disco craze ended.
1:40 The Neville Brothers talk about their new album, which is the second album they have recorded together.
3:25 Fireworks erupting outside in the dark. It sounds like we are at a large gathering.
4:12 People dressed as Native American chiefs dance. They appear to actually be African Americans. The costumes are full of jewels and pink and purple feathers – very tacky and 70s-Elvis style.
4:50 Backstage? The People in Indian costumes appear to be dancers for the band.
5:55 The costumed individuals go on stage and dance. We are shooting from backstage, so it is hard to tell what is going on.
10:55 We cut to a position facing the stage. The “Native Americans” keep on dancing and the music continues. They sing “Iko Iko.”
14:25 Tape ends abruptly.