Thunder into Our Hearts

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Thunder into our hearts is the second album of South African group, Jabula released in 1976 on Caroline Records.

Thunder Into Our Hearts
Studio album by
Jabula
Released1976
StudioChalk Farm Studios, Decibel Studios
GenreJazz, funk, soul
LabelCaroline Records
ProducerRoy Bedeau
Jabula chronology
Jabula
(1975)
Thunder Into Our Hearts
(1976)
Afrika Awake
(1978)

Recorded in November and December 1975 at Chalk Farm Studios and Decibel Studios in London it is a further expedition in African tinged jazz.

It features the group and guest musicians: Frank Roberts (keyboards), Nick Evans (Trombone), "Spartacus" (Electric bass), Graeme Morgan (drums), Bob House (clarinet), Ken Ely, Jim Dvorak (trumpet), Mike Rose (Flute).[1][2]

Track listingEdit

Side A
No.TitleLength
1."Thunder Into Our Hearts"6:59
2."Soweto My Love"5:15
3."Ithumeleng Ba Mamelodi"6:29
Side B
No.TitleLength
1."Tears Of Afrika"4:47
2."Baleka - Run Away"4:49
3."Journey To Afrika"5:29
4."Harvest Part II"3:40

PersonnelEdit

  • Acoustic Bass – Mogotsi Ernest Mothle
  • Alto Saxophone – Dudu Pukwana
  • Backing Vocals – Jim Chambers (tracks: A1, B2, B4), Jimmy Thomas (tracks: A1, B2, B4)
  • Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Bob Howse
  • Drums – Graeme Morgan
  • Drums [Molombo], Voice, Percussion, Liner Notes – Sebothane Julian Bahula
  • Electric Bass – Spartacus R
  • Engineer – Rod Howison, Vic Keary
  • Flute – Mike Rose (tracks: B4)
  • Guitar, Voice, Percussion – Madumetja Lucky Ranku
  • Keyboards – Frank Roberts
  • Photography By [Jabula] – Herbie Yoshinori Yamaguchi
  • Producer – Roy Bedeau
  • Sleeve – Cooke Key Associates
  • Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Ken Eley
  • Trombone – Nick Evans
  • Trumpet – Jim Dvorak
  • Voice – John Matshikiza (tracks: B1)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Jabula – Thunder Into Our Hearts". Discogs.
  2. ^ "Thunder into Our Hearts - Jabula | Release Credits". AllMusic.