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Raquel Welch singing "Age of Aquarius" and "Let the Sunshine In" at the pyramids of Teotihuacan, via mañanarama, always on the touch.
The costumes are weirdo enough, but the interplay with the ancient archeological site and performers who appear to be native mexicanos is even weirder. Can she come back and do more? Or should we film a re-make?
Feliz año nuevo!
Posted at 02:37 PM in Fashion, Film & Photography, Hoods, Indigenous America, Mexico, Pop, Tribes, Twenty Twelve | Permalink
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