Little Iraq


Here’s my third post for Videoblogging Week 2007. This is a guerrilla music video I made with my friends Don Charles and Deb Gessner. Together they are D-Squared. I think they’re the best songwriters in Arizona. I think you should give them a listen.

So, Don and Deb went camping north of Phoenix for Don’s birthday, and instead of the tranquil beauty Don remembered from when he was a kid, they encountered people abusing the desert with ATVs and massive debris and all manner of guns. Don got mad, and then he got even. He wrote this tune.

I really like it. I hope you do, too.

Addendum: I have to license this differently because I don’t own the copyright to the music.

Creative Commons License

Little Iraq (Music Video) by D-Squared + Cheryl Colan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States License. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at dsquaredmusic.com.

Update on July 3, 2007: At the request of Verdi during the recent critical review flash meeting, I have added a 640×480 version of the video – see the link under the video player above.

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