Poetry in motion

@article{Stevens2011PoetryIM,
  title={Poetry in motion},
  author={Isabel Stevens},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2011},
  volume={474},
  pages={420-420}
}
If I do say so myself, I admit I’ve been off my game as a fellow CD reviewer of KAMP Student Radio. However, I figured doubling up on genres that I enjoy (one of which being this CD review of SOJA: Poetry in Motion being a world-jazz selection) would get me back into the groove of things. I even got mentioned on the “Wall of Shame” for being off my game, but nevertheless I return like I never left with this presentation and analysis of the American reggae band SOJA with their latest album… Expand

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