Ntombi Ndaba – Mama Nature. Label: Anneko – none. Format: Vinyl, LP. Country: South Africa. ntombi ndaba (lp mama nature)(anneko prod)1989.
Ntombi Ndaba was another female star of note in the eighties. Her career will always be associated with her manager and producer "Rubber" At Khoza as well as her backing band,Survival. In 1985 she released two self-written maxi singles "I Can't Let Him Go" and "Think More About Me" produced by Clive Risko and engineered by Jan Smit on Reamusic's Ream label. The year 1987 found her at CCP Records releasing a Rubber Khoza produced and arranged album "What Is It With Me (Yini Ngami)" with all the tracks self-written
Ntombi Ndaba 'Tomorrow' (AFS036) will be out in June! The six-track album features songs from three of the South African singer's solo albums 'Mina Ngilijaji' . .1988), 'Mama Nature' (1989) and 'Why Me' (1991), as well as comprehensive notes and lyrics.
Ntombi Ndaba – Tomorrow (2018) Part 2. The band’s first opportunity to record came when a contact at the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) in Durban put them in touch with Clive Riskowitz (aka Clive Risko), a successful producer who ran his own label, Reamusic. In 1985 Ntombi & Survival released their first two singles, including her breakthrough hit ‘Think More About Me’, a 10-minute ballad that established Ntombi as a star in the making, as well as a talented lyricist and songwriter. I never had any awards; the only thing I knew was how my fans reacted when I performed that.
her in demand tune -Tomorrow-. Six-track anthology of South African singer Ntombi Ndaba, featuring 2 songs from 3 of her solo albums, Mina Ngiljaji (1988), Mama Nature (1989) and Why Me (1991). Ntombi Ndaba first rose to fame in 1985 with Ntombi & Survival, becoming one of the most popular singers of the bubblegum era. After setting up the independent label Anneko with her producer . Rubber’ Khoza in 1988, she went solo. Following Khoza’s death in the early 1990s, Ndaba never recorded again. Mastered by: Wouter Brandenberg.
South African bubblegum soul queen Ntombi enjoys a timely spotlight session as Afrosynth look back over her short-lived career and pick some of the highlights from each album she blessed us with. Leading from the front with the cult classic "Tomorrow" we're treated to highlights such as the proto tropical house harmonies and layers of "I've Got A Friend", the shinier house-focused workout "In My Mind" and a disco dancehall shaker "Mina Ngilijaji".
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