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Oh, Play That Thing

Autor: Roddy Doyle
Sprecher: Niall Buggy
Spieldauer: 5 Std. und 58 Min.
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It's 1924, and New York is the centre of the universe. Henry Smart, on the run from Dublin, falls on his feet. He is a handsome man with a sandwich board, behind which he stashes hooch for the speakeasies of the Lower East Side. He catches the attention of the mobsters who run the district and soon there are eyes on his back and men in the shadows. It is time to leave, for another America: Chicago is wild and new, and newest of all is the music. Furious, wild, happy music played by a man with a trumpet and bleeding lips called Louis Armstrong. His music is everywhere, coming from every open door, every phonograph. But Armstrong is a prisoner of his colour; there are places a black man cannot go, things he cannot do. Armstrong needs a man, a white man, and the man he chooses is Henry Smart.
©2004 Roddy Doyle (P)2004 Random House Audiobooks

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Disappointing

I bought this audio book as I found the background of an Irishman in the US paired with the swing time very appealing. The swing time part was too short for me, as I would have like to learn more about the period, and the music. Even though my expectations were not fully met, I was able to learn a lot about life at these trying times, as the story was graphic and informative.