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Ran across this interesting clip from the 1964 Italian documentary, Malamondo, about weird cultural things in various parts of Europe -- this one clip featuring a pop sensation at the time (1964), a singing group of four young Italian guys called the "Celentano Clan", singing their hit "Sabato Triste" (Sad Saturday).

They only start singing at a few seconds before the 3:00 mark, but the first three minutes are a fascinating glimpse into what looks like a real live street event back then in Rome.

Their music sounds sort of like early Motown stuff.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v.....WCNF8X0PcE

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