Adds new information on the featured singer, Ilhama Gasimova, the history of the song and a video on how the video was made.
My friend Lee Juskalian sent me a video that reminds me of a video from Gizmodo.com that I posted as “Painted girl evolves,” with the excuse that the stop-motion painting of the face of a girl named Elvis Schmoulianoff had something to say about art and beauty, if not necessarily architecture.
Lee’s video, ILHAMA feat. DJ OGB, (whatever that means), had similarly strange music and I think the girl may be the same, but I can find no conclusive evidence that she is Elvis. Still, the video is striking, sort of a mix between the Elvis girl opus and another video, a string of clips of Rita Hayworth dancing to the BeeGees’ “Stayin’ Alive.” Except that ILHAMA features clips from Laurel and Hardy films, with what might be the same Elvis girl dancing intermittently between L&H clips…
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