|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Ke A Bereka||9||Audio||1996||Kariba Records|
|5||Man Phily||11||Audio||African Music|
|7||Malombo||8||Audio||1984||Kaya Records (3)|
The group is based in Mamelodi, Pretoria and led by multi-instrumentalist Philip Tabane.
Malombo is one of South Africa's longest standing groups, and has helped shape and inspire the musical careers of many.
Initially operating as The Malombo Jazzmen with Abe Cindi (flute) and Julian Bahula (percussion) in the 1960's, the group evolved to Malombo, with Tabane enlisting (and training) a succession of musicians, including Mabe Thobejane, and more recently, Raymond Motau and Oupa Monareng.
The instrumentation is unconventional - African drums and hand percussion, interplaying with Tabane’s unique guitar, vocal, and flute sounds.