While I was further searching for that elusive photograph of Sonic Youth, last night, the following film except came up in a Google search, the only commonality with the image I'm looking for being that Thurston Moore provided the soundtrack.
Below is an excerpt from a film called "Street" by one James Nares. Here's the official description, if you -- like me -- were unfamiliar with it.
STREET is an unscripted 61-minute high definition video filmed by artist James Nares over one week in September 2011. The final video is a mesmerizing experiment in the nuance and beauty of everyday people and people-watching; providing a global view that extends beyond the streets of New York where it was filmed: from Battery Park to the furthest reaches of Upper Broadway, and West Side to East Side in Nares' personal homage to actualité films.
In Nares' words, "I wanted the film to be about people. All it needed were magical moments, and there are enough of those happening every moment of any given day."
The soundtrack for the film was composed and performed by Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore.
Here's a sample…
As the description above explains, the finished product is 61 minutes. I was able to find a couple of other excerpts from it on YouTube. I find it pretty mesmerizing.
Below is a music video, meanwhile, by a band called Neue York, who repurposed Nares' footage in black n' white...