Verbal Riddim: The Politics and Aesthetics of African-Caribbean Dub Poetry

Verbal Riddim The Politics and Aesthetics of African Caribbean Dub Poetry This is the first book length study of dub poetry the musical talkover that has been an important part of the reggae scene in Canada Britain and of course the Caribbean since the s Christian Ha

  • Title: Verbal Riddim: The Politics and Aesthetics of African-Caribbean Dub Poetry
  • Author: Christian Habekost
  • ISBN: 9789051835496
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the first book length study of dub poetry, the musical talkover that has been an important part of the reggae scene in Canada, Britain and of course the Caribbean since the 1970 s Christian Habekost s qualifications for writing such a book are beyond dispute He is a German poet who has been involved with the dub movement since it began and knows most of its leadThis is the first book length study of dub poetry, the musical talkover that has been an important part of the reggae scene in Canada, Britain and of course the Caribbean since the 1970 s Christian Habekost s qualifications for writing such a book are beyond dispute He is a German poet who has been involved with the dub movement since it began and knows most of its leading figures As Ranting Chako, he is featured on the LP Dread Poets Society The bibliography indicates that he has interviewed many of the 43 poet performers mentioned, often on several occasions Verbal Riddim, based on his doctoral dissertation at the University of Mannheim, is a successful blend of the performer and the researcher.

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