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See you at the hall
Susan Gedutis Lindsay



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See you at the hall
Boston's golden era of Irish music and dance
Susan Gedutis ; with a foreword by Mick Moloney.

Published 2004 by Northeastern University Press in Boston .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

From shanties to three-deckers : Boston as an Irish destination
The 1920s : my father's band
The 1930s : If you're Irish, never mind the parlor, come into the kitchen!
Strike up the band (again)
If we only had old Ireland over here : dance, music, and Irish identity in the postwar dance halls
There's a sweetheart waiting for you : women and romance
The King of Dudley Street : Johnny Powell and his band
The musician crowd : a community of differences
At my father's knee : learning Irish music
Copley Records : Boston's Irish label
The hucklebuck and blue suede shoes : showbands
The exodus
And the band played on.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references, discography, and index.


Dewey Decimal Class
Library of Congress
ML3554 .G44 2004

The Physical Object

xix, 252 p. :
Number of pages

ID Numbers

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Internet Archive
1555536107, 1555536409
Library Thing
4790848 1749938

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