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I take delight in the liberties of literature, freedom of imagination and supremacy of thought.” Mutamba says people fail to separate Mtukudzi’s music and character; hence they see great music and a great father, great husband and a man of integrity together.
“Tuku’s character must be viewed on moral and ethical grounds separate from his music.
The event was held on Sunday last week and I understand things went well,” said the source.
Another family member added: “Though I was not invited, I understand she (Bona) was married last weekend. My hope would be first, qualities of a good husband will live with her, because he loves her through thick and thin and not just look at her now as she still is that flower, attractive, blooming.
The music must not influence our honest opinion of the man himself.” The veteran journalist says the book seeks to unpack Mtukudzi’s legacy.
“Do we find the legacy in music or in the character or both?
In fact the music is the opposite of the man.” In the book’s preface Mutamba writes: “Tuku Backstage cross pollinates four genres biography, criticism and photography steeped in the music and life of Oliver Mtukudzi aka Tuku but also recollects some of my own memoirs from life and work experience and woven into the context of the book.” “From where I stood as Tuku’s long serving publicist, the book inevitably finds itself criticising the man and his character.
I frankly articulate my thoughts about Tuku’s contradicting personality but I also pay homage to his honest music.
Tuku Backstage also looks at how Mtukudzi was accused of shutting out his own daughters Selmor and Samantha, coupled with his secret relationships with several women, as told by ex-wife Melody and wife Daisy and his workers.
The intriguing 300-page no holds barred book to be released before the end of the year, was written over five years and comprises 25 chapters and 200 pictures never published before.