Ngozi Family were a Zambian zamrock band that was active during the mid-to-late 1970s. Eight albums bearing the nameplate appeared on ZMP and Chris Editions, with two highlighting the presence of drummer Chrissy Zebby Tembo. The band’s namesake frontman/guitarist Paul Ngozi concurrently recorded as a solo artist.
Paul Ngozi (lead guitar, vocals), Chrissy Zebby Tembo (drums, backing vocals), Tommy Mwale (bass, backing vocals), Peter Bwalya (rhythm guitar, backing vocals)
- My Ancestors (Chrissy Zebby Tembo & Ngozi Family, 1974)
- Day of Judgement (1975)
- 99% Confusion (1976)
- 45,000 Volts (1977)
- Bad Character (1977)
- Heavy = Metal – Live! Nairobi International Casino! (Paul Ngozi/Ngozi Family Band, 1977)
- Happy Trip (1978)
- Heavy Connection (The Ngozi Family Featuring Chris Zebby Tembo, 1978)
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