It includes work by a host of writers including Jean 'Binta' Breeze, Linton Kwesi Johnson, Jack Mapanje, Lemn Sissay, Benjamin Zephaniah and Kay herself.
What does LKJ stand for?
LKJ stands for Linton Kwesi Johnson (musician)
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- Lembaga Kemajuan Ikan Malaysia (Malaysian; Fisheries Development Authority of Malaysia)
- Lomba Karya Ilmiah Mahasiswa (Indonesian: Scientific Work Student Competition)
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- Landesvereinigung kulturelle Jugendbildung (German: National Association of Cultural Youth Education)
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- Liberala Katolska Kyrkan (Swedish: Liberal Catholic Church)
- Loka Kongresa Komitato (Esperanto: Local Congressional Committee)
- Lietuvos Kuno Kulturos Akademija (Lithuanian Academy of Physical Education)
- Laste Kaunite Kunstide Kool (Estonian: Children's Fine Arts School)
- Lubelski Klub Karate Kyokushin (Polish: Lubelski Kyokushin Karate Club)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Linton Kwesi Johnson, The Jam, The Beat, The Specials amongst others produced great protest music.
Dennis continues to be a massive presence and has worked with the likes of Marvin Gaye, Fela Kuti, The Slits and Linton Kwesi Johnson.
I got my hands on some Linton Kwesi Johnson tracks I wanted to use, for 79p a throw, and I've now got my eye on the free 'Classic Poetry Aloud' podcasts.
AT THE RAINBOW captures the Wailers, at an ambitious stage of their career featuring hits like "I Shot the Sheriff," "Jamming," and "Get Up, Stand Up" EXODUS book Published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson, has been edited by the esteemed music commentator and critic Richard Williams and includes contributions from such writers as Lloyd Bradley, Robert Christgau, Neil Spencer and the celebrated poet Linton Kwesi Johnson.
But one thing remains certain: Linton Kwesi Johnson has lost none of his political cutting edge, which makes him an ideal choice to guest for Liverpool's take on Black History Month.
Fydd hyn ddim amy tro cyntaf, achos fe gyflwynais gyfres fer o chwech rhaglen ar gyfer y BBC ar ddechrau'r 90au gan chware popeth o gerddoriaeth hip hop yn yr iaith Basg i dub cuts gan Linton Kwesi Johnson a holi, ymhlith eraill, Dafydd Elis Tomos am ei dast mewn cerddoriaeth a'i safbwynt ar genedlaetholdeb.
Lyricist Linton Kwesi Johnson was born in Jamaica but has become Britain's most celebrated black poet.