D.Μ.: I was going to the ‘bouzoukia’ as well on Saturday nights. [Laughs] To the Greek ones I mean. Here, at the… local ones. RES.: And back then the bouzoukia were… were there a great many people? D.Μ.: There were a lot of people. RES.: Yes eh? D.Μ.: It was, it was very busy back then in the Greek Community. Everybody was envious of the Greek Community. RES.: And were there a lot of bouzoukia? Where…? D.Μ.: Ah, there, where I lived all… around there were… I’ve been to one or two myself… I had made French friends who were from New Brunswick, immigrants themselves as well from New Brunswick and they had come here and… we were going to… Parkville, the ex-Parkville. I don’t know what it is now. Anyway, it was close to… to Park… it was in Park Extension and I was going up there on Saturday nights… to the… where they had music. Music aah… cowboy stuff. I mean music… How to say? With… It wasn’t… Greek music. It was their own music. But I liked it, I had friends as well there and… RES.: I understand. D.Μ.: … we had. RES.: What practices and what customs did you have…? D.Μ.: Country. Country music. RES.: Ah! Country. br> D.Μ.: The […] country music. This was the… the orchestra. RES.: I understand.