The author, Joel Savage interviews Lucky Dube
“THE FALL OF APARTHEID, I KNOW I AM PART OF IT IN SOME WAYS”- LUCKY DUBE”
“Reggae in the bathroom, Reggae in the bedroom, Reggae everywhere, Reggae in jail, Reggae in church, everybody likes it,” sings Lucky Dube. In this book the writer speaks to some of the masters behind contemporary reggae and African music.
“The fall of Apartheid, I know I’m part of it in some ways,” says Lucky Dube. “Definitely, my father was my biggest influence in music,” says Andrew Tosh.
The influence and impact of these great musicians is internationally known and is recounted with warm, sincere, and unrivaled craftsmanship that distinguishes them in the music world.
Read the live performances and interviews of: Anthony B, Joseph Hill-Culture, Gregory Isaacs, U-Roy, Capleton, Julian Marley, Prince Malachi, Luciano, Lucky Dube, Julian Murvin, Andrew Tosh, ASWAD, Live Wyya, Seun Kuti, Femi Kuti, Faytinga, Manu Dibango, and Tutu Poane.
This beautifully illustrated, color photo book is one of the most fascinating and interesting works ever written about reggae and African music. Read the interview I had with the great reggae star, Lucky Dube, in this interesting book. Price of the E-copy version of the book slashed and reduced for reggae lovers to afford.