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Lucky Dube. Edit. History Talk (0) Share. Contents. Lucky Dube; Official Website: Wikipedia article: South Africa: All songs by Lucky Dube (118) All albums by Lucky Dube (14) Think About the Children (1985) Think About the Children. How Will I Know? I Will Never Fall In Love; Think About The Children; I Wanna Take You To Jamaica (African Woman) I Have Got Jehovah; Don’t Say No; Slave (1987.
Sterns Music has one of the largest online catalogues of World Music: African Music, Latin Music, Brazilian Music, Indian Music, etc. Available on CD, cassette, LP and video. As well as books on the subject. You can also play MP3 samples online.Captured Live ALBUM. You keep on telling people about Something you don't know, They'll hate you Tell them about yourself, They say you're boosted, They won't like you. Tell them about somebody They call you a go say, They won't love you Now let me tell you I'm not somebody Who doesn't care when You tell people about his name. I've got Him, He's mine, He's in my heart, everyday I've got Jah.Shop 5 records for sale for album Captured live by Lucky Dube on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
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Lucky Dube Born to Suffer Mp3: Born To Suffer is a song by South African reggae musician and Rastafarian, Lucky Dube, taken from his album Captured Live (1990).
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To Fans Lucky Dube, Lucky Philip Dube (pronounced duu-beh; 3 August 1964 18 October 2007) was a South African reggae musician and Rastafarian.
But the defining moment must have been in 1990 when, with Nelson Mandela’s release from prison, Lucky Dube and The Slaves packed the Standard Bank Arena in Joburg to record their Captured Live.
All subsequent albums were recorded as Lucky Dube.. In 1989 he won four OKTV Awards for Prisoner, won another for Captured Live the following year and yet another two for House Of Exile the year after. His 1993 album, Victims sold over one million copies worldwide. In 1995 he earned a worldwide recording contract with Motown. His album Trinity was the first release on Tabu Records after.
Captured Live, an Album by Lucky Dube. Released 12 August 1991. Genres: Roots Reggae.
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Captured Live-Lucky Dube; Captured live was one of the best albums for the 1990s. It was released in 1990 with around 7 songs, they include the following: back to my roots, going back to my roots, born to suffer, slave, peanut butter, I’ve got Jehovah and the hand that giveth.
It says blessed is the hand that giveth Than the one that taketh Blessed is the hand that giveth Than the one that taketh Blessed is the hand that giveth Than the one that taketh Does it make you feel happy When you see another man starving? Does it make you feel happy When you see another man with no food? Does it make you feel great, maybe?
Lucky Dube is considered to be especially remarkable as a Dub Artist due to his lack of a diasporic cultural base. This was particularly due to the nature of Reggae and Dub being a platform for expression of displacement from the homeland. In Prisoner, the South African artist makes the genre his own by applying themes of apartheid and internal displacement. In the song and music video, he is.