Charleston photovideo tracks include "The Organist Extreme" by Tindersticks from The Hungry Saw, "When will I see you again" by Herbie Hancock and "Excellent, Mr. Benfield" by Philip Glass.
Tradition was the bedrock of society, the birthright of Charleston's people, the priceless inheritance that no carpetbagger or soldier could steal. It was made manifest in the Market. Outsiders could shop there, it was public property. But they found it frustrating. Somehow they could never quite catch the eye of the woman who was selling vegetables, the man selling crabs. Black citizens were as proudly Charlestonian as white ones. When the foreigners left, the whole Market rang with laughter. The Market was for Charleston's people only." -Alexandra Ripley, Scarlett