See you at the hall : Boston's golden era of Irish music and dance / Susan Gedutis ; with a foreword by Mick Moloney.
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- ISBN: 1555536107 (cloth : alk. paper)
- Physical Description: xix, 252 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
- Publisher: Boston : Northeastern University Press, c2004.
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Includes discography (p. 217), bibliographical references (p. 233-237), and index.
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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 kings 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.