Photographs by Eric Darton. The first section of the clip is sequenced to the 1965 ballad "Concrete and Clay" by Tommy Moeller and Brian Parker and recorded by the UK pop band Unit 4 + 2.The second section is cut to a xylophone improvisation by Eric Darton.
It is worth noting that "Concrete and Clay" became a worldwide hit after initially having been played only by pirate radio stations stationed off the coast of the UK. The pirates broadcast music excluded from the official BBC playlists. Thus, via the real natural magic of radio wave transmission, many a liberatory sound fell upon the ears of young 'uns who started moving their bodyminds to a new, more freedom-centered beat.
Last and likely least, nearly all the images were taken in New York City with the exception of a few pics shot in France, Portugal and Italy.