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Lead Vocal: Lucky Dube Keyboards: Thuthukani Cele ( The one who dance sometimes with Lucky) Keyboards: Eugene Mthethwa Percussion: Chris Dlamini Saxophone: Vulindela Yeni Trombone: Robert Jabu Mdluli Trumpet: Ndumiso Nyovane Guitar Bass: Jabulani Sibumbe Lead Guitar: Sandile Dhlamini Drums: Isaac Mtshali Backing Vocals:Nolusindiso Gaeza, Cynthia Malope, Kabanina Ntsele Manager: Richard Siluma
Lucky Philip Dube (pronounced doo-beh) (3 August 1964 – 18 October 2007) was a South African reggae musician and Rastafarian. He recorded 22 albums in Zulu, English and Afrikaans in a 25-year period and was South Africa's biggest-selling reggae artist. Dube was murdered in the Johannesburg suburb of Rosettenville on the evening of 18 October 2007
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Lucky Dube (born Ermelo Dube; pronounced "doo bay") is one of South Africa's best-selling artists and one of its most outspoken performers. Although he initially sang in the traditional Zulu mbaqanga style, his move to reggae in 1984 was sparked by his quest to express his anger against the oppression of apartheid. While The Village Voice observed, "The spirit of Lucky Dube's music and dance epitomizes the spirit of Black liberation", Niceup Magazine wrote, "(Dube's) lyrics have brought an original voice to reggae by chronicling the political and spiritual struggles of his South African brethren". brethren musical talents were obvious from an early age. By the age of nine, he was conducting his school choir. After singing with school rock & roll bands, he joined his cousin, Richard Siluma'...
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Lead Vocals: Lucky Dube Drums: Raymond Mohono Percusion: Chris Dlamini Bass Guitar: Jabulani Sibumbe Guitar: Chris Ntaka Keyboards (on right): Richard Sekgobela Keyboards (on left) : Thuthukani Cele (who dance sometimes with Lucky) Backing Vocals: ? Presenter: Richard Siluma (Lucky Dube cousin: The one in the shop in Prisoner Clip video)
Song Title:"Taxman" Artist:Lucky Dube Album:TAXMAN 1997 Conceived, Arranged & Produced by Lucky Dube Engineered & Mixed by David "Rabbi" Segal TAXMAN (Composed by Lucky Dube) I pay my gardener To clean up my garden I pay my doctor To check out da other ting I pay my lawyer To fight for my rights And I pay my body guard To guard my body There's only one man I pay But I don't know what I'm paying for I'm talking about the taxman x3 CHORUS What have you done for me lately Mr Taxman x4 You take from the rich Take from the poor You even take from me Can't understand it now I pay for the police To err...I don't know why 'Cause if my dollar was good enough There wouldn't be so much crime In the Streets They tell me you're a fat man And you always take and Never give CHORUS What have you ...
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A moving song by the late great Lucky Dube, the South African reggae artist whose life was taken from this world by violence in October 2007. Remixed with the original high quality stereophonic soundtrack to do justice to the legacy of a great performer, gone but not forgotten.
Lucky Dube's song "Respect" is a great motto for one's life - if you ask me. (Although I am in no way at all a god-fearing man, I love this song with all my heart.) (I placed this in the music category, but it could be in a lot of other ones too, like: Politics, Activism and Education.) Especially this part: "I give love to those who gimme love, Love those who gimme war. I love those who hate me, I bless even those who curse me, yeah." It's hard to live up to, you struggle every day when you watch the news. But even trying is to, is a good thing. The day he died they played that part on the radio, that was the 1st time I heard it. And the first time I heard of him. It got to me right away, I had tears in my eyes when I heard how he died. That's why it's the first song I've uploaded and i...