But back in the '80s, that's not the music that Lucky Dube started with. He actually started singing traditional Zulu Mbaquanga music. But he said that he felt that the pull of reggae, the appeal of reggae, the universality of reggae suited more his message and, of course, the social commentary he became very famous for. So he switched to reggae, and this was during the apartheid era, and felt that his message could go farther. To give respect to everything he created. I give love to those who give me love.
Love to those who give me war. What was the concept for that record? I think the word says it all. You know what, let's listen to Lucky Dube talking about why he called his final album "Respect.
DUBE: The song "Respect," you know, in the past, we talked about togetherness, we talked about one love, we talked about unity, but we forgot to talk about respect because all of that doesn't mean anything if there's no respect.
You cannot love a person if you don't respect them. And Lucky Dube came of age during some of the hottest years of apartheid. So how did he use that music during that time? But his messages were always very strong and very much to ordinary people that there should be unity, together as one. Titles even of his songs, "Slave," don't be a slave, "Prisoner," don't be a prisoner. And he very much used the lyrics, and he felt that reggae was the beat that sent the message even better to say no to apartheid.
It really has had an impact, not just in Africa, but across the globe because, of course, Lucky Dube performed and toured internationally. We're told from his Web site that his last series of concerts was in the United States.
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Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Born April 20, in Bronx, NY. Died July 1, in Edison, NJ. Never Too Much. Stop to Love. Nat Adderley, Jr. So Amazing. Here and Now. I began by thinking about the history of Earth and the life it sustains.
To the best of my abilities I tried to think something of the history of ideas and human social organization. I thought about the predicament that our civilization finds itself in and about the violence and poverty that make this planet a hell for so many of its inhabitants. Toward the end I permitted myself a personal statement of what it was like to fall in love. On February 12, , an interview with Ann Druyan was aired on NPR during which the above was explained in more detail.
Along with the audio, the record contains a collection of pictures one of which is for calibration detailing but not limited to human life on Earth and the planet itself. Many pictures are annotated with one or many indications of scales of time, size or mass. Some images also contain indications of chemical composition. All measures used on the pictures are first defined in the first few images using physical references.
Following is a list of all the images contained in the Voyager Golden Record together with a description of the nature of the image and what annotations were included in them, and when copyright permits, the actual image.
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Ozma Records. Georgian Folk Singing. Retrieved 9 October Youtube interview with Anzor Erkomaishvili and others in Georgian. Random House. Retrieved May 23, Retrieved May 26, National Geographic Society. Voyager Golden Record. Contents Voyager program Voyager 1 Voyager 2. Brandenburg Concerto No. Goode " Mugham Partita for Violin No. Category Commons. Voyager program. Voyager 1 Voyager 2.The words just came out wrong, So I'll have to say I love you in a song. Yeah, I know it's kinda strange. Every time I'm near you, I just run out of things to say. I know you'd understand. Every time I tried to tell you, The words just came out wrong, So I'll have to say I love you in a song. Every time the time was right, All the words just.