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Thread started 05/14/19 8:05pm

poppys

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They just used the song in the dance scene at the end of the season finale of NCIS New Orleans. The main character owns a bar and they usually end with a different local band playing while they celebrate solving the case. I was looking to see which band it was this time when Prince came on and they all danced. So unexpected. It was cool.

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Reply #1 posted 05/17/19 12:31pm

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Nice!

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Reply #2 posted 05/18/19 11:22pm

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poppys said:


They just used the song in the dance scene at the end of the season finale of NCIS New Orleans. The main character owns a bar and they usually end with a different local band playing while they celebrate solving the case. I was looking to see which band it was this time when Prince came on and they all danced. So unexpected. It was cool.

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Every episode ends with policemen dancing in a bar?? eek eek

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Reply #3 posted 05/19/19 1:13am

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databank said:



poppys said:



They just used the song in the dance scene at the end of the season finale of NCIS New Orleans. The main character owns a bar and they usually end with a different local band playing while they celebrate solving the case. I was looking to see which band it was this time when Prince came on and they all danced. So unexpected. It was cool.

220px-MusicologyCover.jpg





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Every episode ends with policemen dancing in a bar?? eek eek



That image alone reminds me of the George Michael video, "Outside".
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Reply #4 posted 05/19/19 6:50am

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poppys said:


They just used the song in the dance scene at the end of the season finale of NCIS New Orleans. The main character owns a bar and they usually end with a different local band playing while they celebrate solving the case. I was looking to see which band it was this time when Prince came on and they all danced. So unexpected. It was cool.

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episode ends with policemen dancing in a bar?? eek eek


Haha yes, unless they have too many injuries - then they just drink and laugh, it is a TV show.

They showcase our great local live bands every episode, makes it different from the other NCIS locations. It's not an accident that Wynton Marsalis is the artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center. Or that John Batiste's Stay Human is the house band for Stephen Colbert. They are both from New Orleans musical family dynasties.

There is more spontaneous music, drinking and dancing happening in New Orleans at any moment than you can imagine. Ask anyone who loves music that's ever visited here. Dancing is not only 100% ok here, it's normal. Old people and kids too. Second line is very common. That's when people dance behind a band walking down the street. You should come here, you would love it.

Do the Palm Court strut - move your butt.

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Reply #5 posted 05/19/19 7:02am

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databank said:

Every episode ends with policemen dancing in a bar?? eek eek


That image alone reminds me of the George Michael video, "Outside".


Yes, I can totally see that.


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poppys said:

databank said:


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episode ends with policemen dancing in a bar?? eek eek


Haha yes, unless they have too many injuries - then they just drink and laugh, it is a TV show.

They showcase our great local live bands every episode, makes it different from the other NCIS locations. It's not an accident that Wynton Marsalis is the artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center. Or that John Batiste's Stay Human is the house band for Stephen Colbert. They are both from New Orleans musical family dynasties.

There is more spontaneous music, drinking and dancing happening in New Orleans at any moment than you can imagine. Ask anyone who loves music that's ever visited here. Dancing is not only 100% ok here, it's normal. Old people and kids too. Second line is very common. That's when people dance behind a band walking down the street. You should come here, you would love it.

Do the Palm Court strut - move your butt.

Ha! Interesting. Maybe I should move to NO lol lol

But to those poor fellows in Baltimore from The Wire, this would seem incredibly corny lol lol lol lol

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Reply #7 posted 05/19/19 7:19am

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poppys said:


Haha yes, unless they have too many injuries - then they just drink and laugh, it is a TV show.

They showcase our great local live bands every episode, makes it different from the other NCIS locations. It's not an accident that Wynton Marsalis is the artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center. Or that John Batiste's Stay Human is the house band for Stephen Colbert. They are both from New Orleans musical family dynasties.

There is more spontaneous music, drinking and dancing happening in New Orleans at any moment than you can imagine. Ask anyone who loves music that's ever visited here. Dancing is not only 100% ok here, it's normal. Old people and kids too. Second line is very common. That's when people dance behind a band walking down the street. You should come here, you would love it.

Do the Palm Court strut - move your butt.

Ha! Interesting. Maybe I should move to NO lol lol

But to those poor fellows in Baltimore from The Wire, this would seem incredibly corny lol lol lol lol

The Wire is Art - the NCIS franchise is popcorn

I mostly watch it for the local flavor. Sold them some antique chairs once, season 5, episode 1.

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poppys said:

databank said:

Ha! Interesting. Maybe I should move to NO lol lol

But to those poor fellows in Baltimore from The Wire, this would seem incredibly corny lol lol lol lol

The Wire is Art - the NCIS franchise is popcorn

I mostly watch it for the local flavor. Sold them some antique chairs once, season 5, episode 1.

Faire enuff. I didn't even know that they still made popcorn police shows to be honest. But I don't really watch TV anymore.

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Reply #9 posted 05/19/19 7:59am

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Wait! Captain Archer is in dat show??? Wow! Cool!

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Reply #10 posted 05/19/19 8:10am

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Wait! Captain Archer is in dat show??? Wow! Cool!


Yaaas, he's the star, he owns the bar. Actually can play a little piano too.

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