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Winston Monwabisi "Mankunku" Ngozi (1943 – 13 October 2009) was a famous South African tenor saxophone player. He was born in Retreat, Western Cape, in 1943, the first child in a musical family. He played piano at the age of seven, and later clarinet and trumpet. In his mid-teens he learned the alto and tenor saxophone. He cites John Coltrane, local saxophonist "Cups & Saucers", pianist Merton Barrow, as well as bassist Midge Pike as major influences.
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Listen to music from Winston Mankunku Ngozi like Yakhal' Inkomo, Dedication (To Daddy Trane & Brother Shorter) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Winston Mankunku Ngozi. Winston Monwabisi Mankunku Ngozi was born in Retreat, Cape Town in 1943. His musicality emerged early on and was carefully nurtured by his mother, Gertrude. Having experimented with piano and trumpet he took up saxophone in his mid teens. Along with one in three South Africans the Ngozi family was uprooted from their home and relocated to Gugulethu under the notorious Group Areas Act in the early '60's.
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