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Linton Kwesi Johnson - Making History

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  1. Yozshulabar says:
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  2. Yomi says:
    A towering figure in reggae music, Jamaican-British musician and poet Linton Kwesi Johnson is the inventor of 'dub poetry' consisting of spoken word over reggae rhythms. His performance poetry involves the recitation of his own verse in Jamaican Patois dealing mainly with the experiences of being an African-Caribbean in Britain.
  3. Gardalabar says:
    New Craas Massahkah This song is by Linton Kwesi Johnson and appears on the album Making History (). (To the memory of the fourteen dead) First di comin' An di goin' In an out af di pawty Di dubbin An di rubbin An di rackin to di riddim Di dancin' An di scankin An di pawty really swinging Den di crash An di bang An di flames staat fi trang Di heat An di smoke An di people staat.
  4. Kajishakar says:
    Linton Kwesi Johnson (born 24 August ), also known as LKJ, is a Jamaican dub poet who has been based in the United Kingdom since In he became the second living poet, and the only black poet, to be published in the Penguin Modern Classics series.
  5. Shaktishura says:
    Apr 08,  · Listen to Making Historyby Linton Kwesi Johnson on Slacker Radio, where you can also create personalized internet radio stations based on your favorite albums, artists and heavymetal.morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfoed on: April 08,
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  7. Vule says:
    Aug 25,  · Linton Kwesi Johnson - Making History - heavymetal.morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo Music. Making History thereby making the poem all the more harrowing. A direct descendant of a generation of West Indian writers who emerged in the '40s and wrote from the point of view of a colonized people just awakening to their national spirit, LKJ weighs the riddims of poetry and 5/5(4).
  8. Mazujar says:
    Linton Kwesi Johnson was born on 24 August, in Chapelton, a small town in the rural parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. He came to London in , attended Tulse Hill secondary school, and later studied Sociology at Goldsmiths’ College, University of London (graduating in ), which currently holds his personal papers in its archives.
  9. Tojagore says:
    Linton Kwesi Johnson was born on 24 August in Chapelton, a small town in the rural parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. He came to London in , went to Tulse Hill secondary school and later studied Sociology at Goldsmiths’ College, University of London.

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