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Freeland, David
 

David Freeland is a writer who specializes in music history and popular culture. He is a contributing writer to the weekly New York Press, and his articles and criticism have also appeared in music magazines including American Songwriter, Relix, and Goldmine. He is the author of Ladies of Soul, a history of under-recognized female vocalists from the 1960s, and wrote the introduction, supplementary articles, and over 100 entries for Schirmer’s reference work Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Popular Musicians. He lives in New York City.


 
 
Automats, Taxi Dances, and Vaudeville
Excavating Manhattan’s Lost Places of Leisure
David Freeland
 
$79.00 Cloth
Subjects: History
Date: 08/01/2009
081472762X
 

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