Ipi 'Ntombi Featuring Margaret Singana - The Warrior Music Video for Free!
What do you think about this artist?
Aug 26 2014 by Download
Olanrewaju Oke: FESTAC '77 (FESTIVAL of Arts and Culture) spirit held in Nigeria in 1977
lives on each time I played IPI NTOMBI tracks.
Tom Lasale: I love this musical since 40 years. Great songs never died
Bonaventure Djamie: Very great song!!!!
eya roberts: never knew i will hear this again as an adult.
Leon N: What a song!!!!!!!!!!
femi femo: One of the best songs of all times. I remember FESTAC 77 in Lagos, I was
barely in school at the time. Wish I knew the meaning of the words.
Please does anyone know where or how I can get the lyrics to the song "The
Warrior" as well as its English translation? Thanks in advance.
Peter Swale: I remember watching the live show as a nipper back in Joeys, being slightly
terrified but thrilled.
Ina Wubs: great music......south africa
Samlou305: Doayon know if you can get tis album on CD - the show but the one the
picture above and where from. Thanks
Realtitus: my parents hear this *LP* as i m a little child ... i missed this song :D
so thanks for sharing =)
and sorry for my english
humanotwoleg: music for humans
zimbozombo: Ipi 'Ntombi Featuring Margaret Singana - The Warrior
tuktukskagal: THIS is one of the best musicals I have seen;with the pulse of that great
continent running through.Fabulous music.Thanks very;very much for
uploading this,Sounds just as good today.
biggy benito: they came in IVORY COAST.. it was a great moment and i was 11 years old
Rien Hagen: Dear Friends, My wife and I were in J'burg in 1974 and we seen Ipi Tombia
in a very small theatre. We have very warm and sweet memories specialy when
we hear all that fantastic singing and music. We would say thank you cast
for the musical!!
Ruth Mwangi: Wonderful voices, instruments perfectly blended!!!
Karla Karcher: Does anyone know, where to get the music of the whole show?
DanielR305: I love this when u had a bad day it helps to look for a brighter future and
sam loco: how great thou art mother Africa.brings back floods of gooood memories
about Festac 77 in Lagos,Nigeria
Heather Dolly Bright Buchanan: When I was around 5 in the early years in South Africa my mum and dad
bought this and another album, I loved it. I have 1 album (still very good
condition) my brother has the other one! FANTASTIC thank you for allowing
this to be played :-) x
solelve: i feel you am 4ever looking for it too, my dance group once perform it i so
want to see it agen....can sum1 please upload the orignal show pretty
Rianne Rijnberg: I lived there in 1974 till 1976
Robi6942: RIP Margaret.
victorilori: FESTAC'77... Lagos Nigeria...How time flies...
wbmkk: I saw the Ipi Tombi show in the 1970's and was very impressed. Eventually
started working in SA and bought the LP for old times sake. Also came home
to the Uk with my very own African Queen (look up Kholiwe on YouTube .. in
handsomeboy490: oh yes your nationality may influence your opinion about SA musicians like
makeba, thandiswa and simphiwe. what do you know about music that other
pple dont? which songs of yours are better than theirs. pls upload them via
youtube to sho your proof. or else shut the f#*K up.
Sumfera: awesome =) I heard this before I was born and still remember xD
chrisakins14: I'm glad I could listen to this music again. Wish I could see the video
WONDAWOMAN: gUESS what! I saw the production of this at the Spreckles in San Diego in
the 80s when I was about 8 or 9! I have the soundtrack too. I was so
excited to find it at Ameoba records!
Mai RurunaPaida: This song brings great memories. I am from Zim and during my school years
we sang it in one of our inter house choir competitions
mansamusa1959: what a coincidence i saw them perform live twice at the National Arts
Theatre at Igamu in 1977 in Lagos. Fond memories of my youth and when
Nigeria still has promises of better life. TIMELESS
FumuJahmez: I grew up to this album!!!! Nice!
wolvesman: one of the best records ever made,i could listen to it endlessly
icj62: bring this musical back...its uplifting and heartwarming!
ClickClickBoomChaka: Fell in love with Margaret Singana, Ipi Ntombi and the whole production in
1976 and I was just a nipper. Taken to watch the show in London - SOLD
OUT!!! Pure South African GOLD AND DIAMONDS!
carlaa1325: this album came out in the early 70's, it's music from the african play
ipi'ntombia, which means young woman
jasonmoffat1: When my gran came home from S.A to scotland in 1977 she brought this album
home with her,it warms my heart everytime i listen to it.Beautiful just
somes it up for me lekker lekker
electraglidemars: got to know the music in Nigeria (lagos , apapa) 1977 . Saw the show 1980
in Rotterdam (the netherlands ) still makes my heart fill with joy it was
one the best things ever !!!!!!!
Jim McCann: Proud we stand the warrior noble for the righteous battle - Bayete, nkosi.
God bless Africa!
sacoolman: Brings back many,many great memories.Thanks Ipi Tombi.
djhoerbie: It is so great music!!! Has anyone a video of this musical or a part of it?
I could offer the music in cd-quality as "payment"!
tacklbery111: I saw this when I was in high school here in vegas at the old SIlver Bird
hotel. Great show. Never forget it. That was almost 30 yrs ago.
Ann Wade: Joburg and then London. Wow!!
The1stBigDaddy: FESTAC '77.. Lagos Nigeria... the memories are giving me goosebumps..
Egecha Nduka: I love this song i have the movie of the play its amazing!
MrAustinpen: I have been searching for this forever, I finally found it
firesoffreedom: woza woza IMPI what great music it stirs the feeling of being right there
on the battle fields of zululand
Cassian Humphreys: I grew up to this song inspiring me through tough times a s a young child
(born 68). This song gave me the imprint of the warrior, which I have
carried my whole life...
slapgat: Well after reading this and listening to the music it has brought me tears
but at least i was lucky i was there the very first night the show opened
its doors to the public ever.I was child running around the theatre while
they were rehearsing.Never realised how lucky i was.
Alan Stevenson: I was lucky enough to see the stage show in JHB in the mid 70s and i'm
still awed by the vibrancy of the music ! thanks ;=)
Do you know the lyrics for this song?
Ipi 'Ntombi Featuring Margaret Singana - The Warrior
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