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Baba Yaga’s Hut

Posted by shanoah on January 5, 2009

I wasn’t sure how to follow up a zombie Sinatra playing electronica, but as it happens, I found a video that I thought was totally awe inspiring when I found it a few months back which I proceeded to forget about. So I decided to show that to you:

Baba Yaga’s Hut – (performed by Desert Sin at The Labyrinth of Jareth in 2007)

I like mythology anyways, so I thought the hut walking around on chicken legs was pretty cool, and you could usually barely see the guys carrying the legs. But then the Baba Yagas came out and I was hooked. It took a little bit to process what I was seeing. Women wearing costumes with faces and breasts on their backs, dancing what must be a very difficult choreographed dance. Simply amazing. This clip has far less hits then it deserves.

And, you know, I’ve heard of dancing feet, but…


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