Ipi-Tombi

Also known as Ipi 'N Tombia, Ipi Ntombi Cast, Ipi Tombi, Ipi'n Tombia, Original Cast Of Ipi-Tombi, The
Members of Ipi-Tombi: Margaret Singana
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ipi_Tombi

Discography of Ipi-Tombi:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The Warrior (From Ipi-Tombi) (New Version - Special Disco Mix) / The Warrior (From Ipi-Tombi)(Original Cast Recording) 2 Audio 1978 Ipi-Tombi Records
2 The Warrior / Mama Tembu's Wedding 2 Audio 1973 R & T
3 Ipi-Tombi - Original Stage Cast 11 Audio 1975 Satbel
4 The Warrior 10 Audio 1973 Barclay
5 IPI Tombi (The Original Cast) 11 Audio 1975 Music For Pleasure
6 The Warrior 2 Audio 1978 Ipi-Tombi Records
7 Ipi-Tombi: Music From The Stage Production 11 Audio 1975 Philips
8 From South African Cast Recording Of Ipi Tombi 2 Audio 1975 Galaxy (2)
9 From South African Cast Recording Of Ipi Tombi 2 Audio 1975 Galaxy (2)
10 The Warrior 10 Audio 1973 R & T
11 Dance Party 14 Audio 1980 MVN
12 The Warrior 10 Audio 1974 Stax
13 Ipi-Tombi: Music From The Stage Production 11 Audio 1975
14 The Warrior (Remixed 1979) 10 Audio 1978 Ipi-Tombi Records
15 The Warrior 10 Audio 1973
16 Dance Party 14 Audio 1975
17 The Warrior 10 Audio 1975 Phonodor
18 Baby Baby / The Warrior 2 Audio 1976 Ashtree Holdings Ltd.
19 The Warrior (From Ipi-Tombi) (New Version - Special Disco Mix) / The Warrior (From Ipi-Tombi)(Original Cast Recording) 2 Audio 1978 Interfusion
20 The Warrior 10 Audio 1973
21 The Warrior 10 Audio 1973 Barclay
22 The Warrior / Mother Mary 2 Audio R & T
23 IPI Tombi (The Original Cast) 11 Audio 1975 Music For Pleasure
24 The Warrior 10 Audio 1978 Teal Discos, LDA.
25 Ipi-Tombi: Music From The Stage Production 11 Audio 1975 Galaxy (2)


Ipi Tombi (also Ipi N'tombi, both corrupted transliterations of the Zulu iphi intombi, or "where is the girl?") is a 1974 musical by South African writers [a=Bertha Egnos] and her daughter [a=Gail Lakier]. The show, originally called The Warrior, uses pastiches of a variety of South African indigenous musical styles. The show, which starred [a=Margaret Singana], enjoyed success in South Africa, and toured Europe, the United States and Canada.


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