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  • n. burlesque


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  • Known as "burleycue" or "leg-show," burlesque dancing was devised by Michael Leavitt in about 1868.

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  • A mix of jazz. rockabilly, lounge and burleycue and your chance to meet the man behind the Lounge music podcast The Cocktail Nation.

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  • A burlesque show. Also Burlecue, burlicue, burly slang.

    July 16, 2008