To some extent, Beck’s “Debra” is an ode to ’80s funk and soul legends like Prince and Zapp & Roger, playing on those acts’ uninhibited sexuality to create a tongue-in-cheek sex ballad. Taking on the challenge of covering the song is the Louisiana legends Dirty Dozen Brass Band. Best known for its style of New Orleans jazz, imbibing its music with funk and bebop, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band gave “Debra” a jazz treatment, transporting us to Bourbon Street.

Watch our interview with the band below.

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