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Phil Collins Couldn’t Fit His Drums in There.

By • Apr 1st, 2007 • Category: Music

Nautrally Seven in Paris MetroIt took a few bars to get their fellow passengers loosened up enough to dig it, but people were a lot less uptight than I expected to see on the Paris Metro.

This video clip is an example of the biggest advantage singing acapella has over instrumental music—the ability to spontaneously mess with a group of people in a confined space.

Background: this is actually NYC-based Naturally Seven. So, they’d been rehearsing. 🙂 Great way to get a little chunk of publicity though.

[tags]paris metro, subway, video, acapella, n7[/tags]

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