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Hello. Sorry if I can't post this here, please feel free to delete it.
I must write an esay on The Golden age of the American musicals: from the thirties to the fifties. I'll need some articles (scanned and more or less recent) as sources for my work. Do you know where I could find them?

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Mais Que Nada: A Mix for Fred and Ginger

Hola, fellow Fred and Ginger enthusiasts! I've made a mix of music that I would love to have seen Fred and Ginger dance to, as well as some songs that describe their relationship.

There's a lot of Latin music on here. Why did they never do a rumba or salsa? Oh, that's right, because they would have set the screen on fire.


1. mais que nada : sergio mendes ft. the black eyed peas
2. salsa : yuri buenaventura
3. dynamite : taio cruz
4. salsa rai : cheb mami & yuri buenaventura
5. everything : michael buble
6. when you gonna give it up to me : sean paul ft. keyshia cole
7. salsa de noche : gypsy kings
8. save the last dance for me : michael buble
9. come on get higher  : matt nathanson
10. lucky : jason mraz & colbie caillat
11. stray italian greyhound : vienna teng
12. you & i : ingrid michaelson

dance, peachy

Out of Print Films on Netflix Instant Queue

Those of you with access to instant Netflix via computer, Wii, XBOX, PS3 or other compatible DVD players/TVs are in luck. You can now watch 2 otherwise unavailable Astaire films "The Pleasure of His Company" and "Let's Dance". I was shocked when they popped up on my instant queue considering they'd been on the "saved" list with unannounced release dates for 4 years. Let's hope Netflix and Hulu keep up providing access to otherwise out-of-print classic films. :)
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