Sunday, February 26, 2012

Things You Don't Expect From Slovenia

Admit it: "Slovenia" doesn't create much in the way of expectations for you, does it?  So imagine my surprise at finding this video of a Slovenian jazz choir doing Toto's 1980s song Africa.  There are no instruments--none at all.  Even the opening sound of rain is done with hand claps and finger snapping.



Pretty impressive, isn't it?  The group is called Perpetuum Jazzile, which I am going to guess means "perpetual jazz" or "jazz forever."

2 comments:

David said...

I want to see if some of their resumes say "I sing snare drum for Perpetuum Jazzile."

Mauser said...

Very impressive. I'm ganking this for my LiveJournal, with a hat tip for you.