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Title Caribbean roots : Black British and Caribbean poets read their own work.
Publisher London : British Library, [2011]
Copyright date ℗2011


LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  PR 9205.6 C2  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Descript 2 compact discs (145 min.) + 1 booklet (11 unnumbered pages)
Content spoken word
Media audio
Carrier audio disc
Note Studio recordings and live performances of poems by Linton Kwesi Johnson, E.A. Markham, Jean 'Binta' Breeze, David Dabydeen, Amryl Johnson, James Berry, John Agard, Grace Nichols, Benjamin Zephaniah, and Michael Smith.
Includes material released on audio cassette as 'Contemporary literature on tape 1' and in the Bluefoot cassettes series as well as unissued recordings.
Booklet includes brief notes, contents, and credits.
Contents Disc 1. Introduction to Five nights of bleeding ; Five nights of bleeding ; Introduction to two poems ; Want fi goh rave ; It noh funny ; Introduction to Two sides of silence ; Two sides of silence ; Introduction to Jamaica lullaby ; Jamaica lullaby ; Introduction to Sonny's lettah ; Sonny's lettah / Linton Kwesi Johnson -- Inheritance ; Introduction to Nibble, nibble ; Nibble, nibble ; Butcher ; Introduction to Grandmotherpoem ; Grandmotherpoem ; A mugger's game ; Don't talk to me about bread ; Introduction to The mother's tale ; The mother's tale ; The father's story ; A good life sonnet / E A Markham -- Duppy street ; Hustler skank ; Aid travels with a bomb ; Lovin wasn easy ; Riddym ravings (the mad woman's poem) / Jean 'Binta' Breeze -- Introduction to Coolie mother ; Coolie mother ; Miranda ; Catching crabs ; The new poetry ; Introduction to Coolie odyssey ; Coolie odyssey / David Dabydeen -- Introduction to Qu'est-ce qu'elle dit? ; Qu'est-ce qu'elle dit? ; Introduction to J'ouvert ; J'ouvert (We ting) ; Introduction to The loaded dice ; The loaded dice ; Introduction to Dying in the street ; Dying in the street ; Introduction to Granny in de market place ; Granny in de market place ; Hole in the wind ; For a sister ; Introduction to The unpaved road ; The unpaved road / Amryl Johnson.
Disc 2. Freedom ; Introduction to Spirits of movement ; Spirits of movement ; It seems I test people ; Introduction to Bluefoot traveller ; Bluefoot traveller ; Fractured circles ; Black immigrant ; Ongoing encounter ; Introduction to Night comes too soon ; Night comes too soon ; Banana and mackerel ; Two black labourers on a London building site ; Introduction to Reclamation ; Reclamation ; Introduction to Bye now ; Goodbye now ; Bye now /James Berry -- Half-caste ; Palm tree king ; Introduction to Anancy's thoughts on love ; Anancy's thoughts on love ; Go spread wings ; Introduction to If you don't have horse, then ride cow ; If you don't have horse, then ride cow ; Introduction to poems from Man to pan ; Deliver ; Let each hammer blow ; Is the sinking ; Four hands honed by pan grooves ; Is more than a snapshot mirror ; Beat it out man / John Agard -- Introduction to I is a long memoried woman ; From dih pout of mih mouth ; One continent/To another ; Waterpot ; Without song ; Sugar cane ; Introduction to I coming back ; I coming back ; Night is her robe ; This kingdom ; Holding my beads / Grace Nichols -- Dis poetry ; Miss World ; I love me mudder (mother) -- ; War ; Call it what you like! / Benjamin Zephaniah -- Introducing Michael Smith (speaker, Linton Kwesi Johnson) ; Introduction by Michael Smith ; I an I alone ; Trainer ; Long time ; Black and white ; Give me little dub music ; Yout out deh ; Me feel it, yuh see ; Me cyaan believe it / Michael Smith.
Credits Production, Richard Fairman ; literary consultant, Steve Cleary ; audio mastering, Nigel Bewley.
Note Recorded 1979-1985 in London and Canterbury.
ISBN 9780712351164
0712351167
Other # NSA CD 90--NSA CD 91 British Library
NSA CD 90/91 British Library
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Subject English poetry -- Black authors.
Caribbean poetry (English)
West Indian poetry (English)
Compact disc collection -- Spoken word.
Alt author Fairman, Richard.
Cleary, Steve.
Bewley, Nigel.
Johnson, Linton Kwesi, 1952-
Markham, E. A. (Edward Archibald), 1939-2008.
Dabydeen, David.
Johnson, Amryl.
Berry, James, 1924-
Agard, John, 1949-
Nichols, Grace, 1950-
Zephaniah, Benjamin.
Smith, Michael, 1954-1983.
Descript 2 compact discs (145 min.) + 1 booklet (11 unnumbered pages)
Content spoken word
Media audio
Carrier audio disc
Note Studio recordings and live performances of poems by Linton Kwesi Johnson, E.A. Markham, Jean 'Binta' Breeze, David Dabydeen, Amryl Johnson, James Berry, John Agard, Grace Nichols, Benjamin Zephaniah, and Michael Smith.
Includes material released on audio cassette as 'Contemporary literature on tape 1' and in the Bluefoot cassettes series as well as unissued recordings.
Booklet includes brief notes, contents, and credits.
Contents Disc 1. Introduction to Five nights of bleeding ; Five nights of bleeding ; Introduction to two poems ; Want fi goh rave ; It noh funny ; Introduction to Two sides of silence ; Two sides of silence ; Introduction to Jamaica lullaby ; Jamaica lullaby ; Introduction to Sonny's lettah ; Sonny's lettah / Linton Kwesi Johnson -- Inheritance ; Introduction to Nibble, nibble ; Nibble, nibble ; Butcher ; Introduction to Grandmotherpoem ; Grandmotherpoem ; A mugger's game ; Don't talk to me about bread ; Introduction to The mother's tale ; The mother's tale ; The father's story ; A good life sonnet / E A Markham -- Duppy street ; Hustler skank ; Aid travels with a bomb ; Lovin wasn easy ; Riddym ravings (the mad woman's poem) / Jean 'Binta' Breeze -- Introduction to Coolie mother ; Coolie mother ; Miranda ; Catching crabs ; The new poetry ; Introduction to Coolie odyssey ; Coolie odyssey / David Dabydeen -- Introduction to Qu'est-ce qu'elle dit? ; Qu'est-ce qu'elle dit? ; Introduction to J'ouvert ; J'ouvert (We ting) ; Introduction to The loaded dice ; The loaded dice ; Introduction to Dying in the street ; Dying in the street ; Introduction to Granny in de market place ; Granny in de market place ; Hole in the wind ; For a sister ; Introduction to The unpaved road ; The unpaved road / Amryl Johnson.
Disc 2. Freedom ; Introduction to Spirits of movement ; Spirits of movement ; It seems I test people ; Introduction to Bluefoot traveller ; Bluefoot traveller ; Fractured circles ; Black immigrant ; Ongoing encounter ; Introduction to Night comes too soon ; Night comes too soon ; Banana and mackerel ; Two black labourers on a London building site ; Introduction to Reclamation ; Reclamation ; Introduction to Bye now ; Goodbye now ; Bye now /James Berry -- Half-caste ; Palm tree king ; Introduction to Anancy's thoughts on love ; Anancy's thoughts on love ; Go spread wings ; Introduction to If you don't have horse, then ride cow ; If you don't have horse, then ride cow ; Introduction to poems from Man to pan ; Deliver ; Let each hammer blow ; Is the sinking ; Four hands honed by pan grooves ; Is more than a snapshot mirror ; Beat it out man / John Agard -- Introduction to I is a long memoried woman ; From dih pout of mih mouth ; One continent/To another ; Waterpot ; Without song ; Sugar cane ; Introduction to I coming back ; I coming back ; Night is her robe ; This kingdom ; Holding my beads / Grace Nichols -- Dis poetry ; Miss World ; I love me mudder (mother) -- ; War ; Call it what you like! / Benjamin Zephaniah -- Introducing Michael Smith (speaker, Linton Kwesi Johnson) ; Introduction by Michael Smith ; I an I alone ; Trainer ; Long time ; Black and white ; Give me little dub music ; Yout out deh ; Me feel it, yuh see ; Me cyaan believe it / Michael Smith.
Credits Production, Richard Fairman ; literary consultant, Steve Cleary ; audio mastering, Nigel Bewley.
Note Recorded 1979-1985 in London and Canterbury.
ISBN 9780712351164
0712351167
Other # NSA CD 90--NSA CD 91 British Library
NSA CD 90/91 British Library
Subject English poetry -- Black authors.
Caribbean poetry (English)
West Indian poetry (English)
Compact disc collection -- Spoken word.
Alt author Fairman, Richard.
Cleary, Steve.
Bewley, Nigel.
Johnson, Linton Kwesi, 1952-
Markham, E. A. (Edward Archibald), 1939-2008.
Dabydeen, David.
Johnson, Amryl.
Berry, James, 1924-
Agard, John, 1949-
Nichols, Grace, 1950-
Zephaniah, Benjamin.
Smith, Michael, 1954-1983.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 WISE  PR 9205.6 C2  NOT FOR LOAN  LIB USE ONLY

Subject English poetry -- Black authors.
Caribbean poetry (English)
West Indian poetry (English)
Compact disc collection -- Spoken word.
Descript 2 compact discs (145 min.) + 1 booklet (11 unnumbered pages)
Content spoken word
Media audio
Carrier audio disc
Note Studio recordings and live performances of poems by Linton Kwesi Johnson, E.A. Markham, Jean 'Binta' Breeze, David Dabydeen, Amryl Johnson, James Berry, John Agard, Grace Nichols, Benjamin Zephaniah, and Michael Smith.
Includes material released on audio cassette as 'Contemporary literature on tape 1' and in the Bluefoot cassettes series as well as unissued recordings.
Booklet includes brief notes, contents, and credits.
Contents Disc 1. Introduction to Five nights of bleeding ; Five nights of bleeding ; Introduction to two poems ; Want fi goh rave ; It noh funny ; Introduction to Two sides of silence ; Two sides of silence ; Introduction to Jamaica lullaby ; Jamaica lullaby ; Introduction to Sonny's lettah ; Sonny's lettah / Linton Kwesi Johnson -- Inheritance ; Introduction to Nibble, nibble ; Nibble, nibble ; Butcher ; Introduction to Grandmotherpoem ; Grandmotherpoem ; A mugger's game ; Don't talk to me about bread ; Introduction to The mother's tale ; The mother's tale ; The father's story ; A good life sonnet / E A Markham -- Duppy street ; Hustler skank ; Aid travels with a bomb ; Lovin wasn easy ; Riddym ravings (the mad woman's poem) / Jean 'Binta' Breeze -- Introduction to Coolie mother ; Coolie mother ; Miranda ; Catching crabs ; The new poetry ; Introduction to Coolie odyssey ; Coolie odyssey / David Dabydeen -- Introduction to Qu'est-ce qu'elle dit? ; Qu'est-ce qu'elle dit? ; Introduction to J'ouvert ; J'ouvert (We ting) ; Introduction to The loaded dice ; The loaded dice ; Introduction to Dying in the street ; Dying in the street ; Introduction to Granny in de market place ; Granny in de market place ; Hole in the wind ; For a sister ; Introduction to The unpaved road ; The unpaved road / Amryl Johnson.
Disc 2. Freedom ; Introduction to Spirits of movement ; Spirits of movement ; It seems I test people ; Introduction to Bluefoot traveller ; Bluefoot traveller ; Fractured circles ; Black immigrant ; Ongoing encounter ; Introduction to Night comes too soon ; Night comes too soon ; Banana and mackerel ; Two black labourers on a London building site ; Introduction to Reclamation ; Reclamation ; Introduction to Bye now ; Goodbye now ; Bye now /James Berry -- Half-caste ; Palm tree king ; Introduction to Anancy's thoughts on love ; Anancy's thoughts on love ; Go spread wings ; Introduction to If you don't have horse, then ride cow ; If you don't have horse, then ride cow ; Introduction to poems from Man to pan ; Deliver ; Let each hammer blow ; Is the sinking ; Four hands honed by pan grooves ; Is more than a snapshot mirror ; Beat it out man / John Agard -- Introduction to I is a long memoried woman ; From dih pout of mih mouth ; One continent/To another ; Waterpot ; Without song ; Sugar cane ; Introduction to I coming back ; I coming back ; Night is her robe ; This kingdom ; Holding my beads / Grace Nichols -- Dis poetry ; Miss World ; I love me mudder (mother) -- ; War ; Call it what you like! / Benjamin Zephaniah -- Introducing Michael Smith (speaker, Linton Kwesi Johnson) ; Introduction by Michael Smith ; I an I alone ; Trainer ; Long time ; Black and white ; Give me little dub music ; Yout out deh ; Me feel it, yuh see ; Me cyaan believe it / Michael Smith.
Credits Production, Richard Fairman ; literary consultant, Steve Cleary ; audio mastering, Nigel Bewley.
Note Recorded 1979-1985 in London and Canterbury.
Alt author Fairman, Richard.
Cleary, Steve.
Bewley, Nigel.
Johnson, Linton Kwesi, 1952-
Markham, E. A. (Edward Archibald), 1939-2008.
Dabydeen, David.
Johnson, Amryl.
Berry, James, 1924-
Agard, John, 1949-
Nichols, Grace, 1950-
Zephaniah, Benjamin.
Smith, Michael, 1954-1983.
ISBN 9780712351164
0712351167
Other # NSA CD 90--NSA CD 91 British Library
NSA CD 90/91 British Library

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