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The Dashing White Sergeant - The Old Mole Band - Old Mole Plays English Country Dances


1980
Label: Pansound - PAN OM793 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk
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Old Mole was a radical New Left The Dashing White Sergeant - The Old Mole Band - Old Mole Plays English Country Dances underground newspaper published in Cambridge, Massachusetts from September to September Old Mole was continued by a second volume titled The Molewhich published One Phatt Friday (Original Mix) - AJW & TMRP - One Phatt Friday EP (File) issues from November to April Printed biweekly in a page tabloid format, Old Mole was based for most of its existence in a storefront and basement office on Brookline Street in Central Square.

Selling for 15 cents later raised to a quarter47 issues were published in all, with press runs averaging to 10, copies. Subscriptions were free to prisoners and soldiers. Old Mole was produced by a floating staff of 20 to 30 volunteers, with no more than 4 paid staffers.

The staff was split evenly between men and women, almost all white, most of them college graduates and many connected with nearby Harvard University.

About half of the paper's news coverage was local. One of its founders was Michael Ansara. The paper's name came from a quotation from Karl Marx which appeared in the masthead: "We recognize our old friend, our old mole, who knows so well how to work underground, suddenly to appear: the revolution.

In one of them, it published internal correspondence of Harvard administrators the "Dear Nate" letter that had apparently been stolen from University Hall during the student sit-in.

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  3. Old Mole was produced by a floating staff of 20 to 30 volunteers, with no more than 4 paid staffers. The staff was split evenly between men and women, almost all white, most of them college graduates and many connected with nearby Harvard University. About half of the paper's news coverage was local. One of its founders was Michael Ansara.
  4. Cambridge University English Country Dance Club. Breadcrumb. Home; Dance and Music Resources; The Country Dance Book; Country Dance Book, Part III. THE OLD MOLE. Longways for Six (1st Ed., ). MUSIC: MOVEMENTS: A1: 1–4: All lead up a double and fall back a double to places (r.s.). The Big Round Band;.

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