Métro Impro

Happy Labor Day  from Line 1 of the Paris Métro.

Found on this fabulous blog. 

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11 Responses

  1. Wow. Proof: Music Matters. Thanks, Mickelino. You made my May Day. (Though I’m not celebrating labor–rather, the first day of summer as the ancient pagans used to. Any excuse, really.)

    Here’s a link to their website: http://www.n7house.de/

    They’re called “Naturally Seven”.

  2. Very funny, i told a friend of mine about this video a week ago and he told me that thanks to this video, those men had recorded a single and were becoming very popular !!! i guess they can with such a talent !

  3. EXCELLENT!!! They are soooooo good!

    LOL – loved the woman they showed near the end that was singing along with them.

  4. Excellent!! Let’s get my guitar and head for the No. 3 line. BTW, while we’re on the subject of singing, I had a drink this afternoon with Toby and he told me about a FAB karaoke place…

  5. Wow they can sing! Thanks for that – most entertaining! Now when are you doing the FWAB bloggers musico thingy?

  6. Sigh…they make me homesick, really, and not much can accomplish that.

  7. Holy shit that was good. Loved it! Hope the rest of your week is wonderful.
    Big Squeeze!

  8. I WISH I COULD SEE THAT! WHEN I AM IN PARIS TO VISIT MY FAVOURITE FROG PEOPLE ARE NOT SO HAPPY IN THE “METRO”

  9. glad you liked it!
    xxx

  10. Chapeau! I guess I need to start riding the number one line while is Paris.

  11. That was simply fabulous! Weird that a group of Americans have to go to Paris to provide such an impromptu performance — guess it says a lot about the cultural climate of that wonderful city. (I live in San Francisco and never has this kind of thing happened on public transportation here. But then, great music would be hard to hear over the incomprehensible ravings of the unwashed masses who populate our trains and buses…! Okay, okay, I exaggerate. But only a little.)

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