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February 1, 2007 Often hailed as the world's first reggae poet, Johnson started releasing albums of his own poetry in 1978. He went on to release many collections of poetry and writing, and also to expand his horizons in music, exploring spoken word and a cappella reggae.
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March 2, 2005 New music from The Decemberists; Canada's country rocker Kathleen Edwards; Remembering the music of Nat King Cole; Surreal crooner Antony and the Johnsons; Galaxie 500's Damon and Naomi; Columbian activist Andrea Echeverri; A Brazilian in New York: Luiz Bonfa; Roots of rap from Linton Kwesi Johnson; Radiohead for piano: Christopher O'Riley; A farewell to minimalist Harold Budd.
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