Madura ‎– Madura



Hawk Piano 1:23
Drinking No Wine 4:18
Dreams 4:24
Plains As Day 5:35
My Love Is Free 7:09
Free From The Devil
Free From The Devil 2:10
My My What A World 1:01
Stimulation 3:56
Don't Be Afraid 2:01
Damnation 3:49
See For Yourself 5:59
I Think I'm Dreaming 4:23
It's A Good Time For Loving 4:55
Trapped 7:45
Johnny B. Goode 6:02
Realization 3:17
Man's Rebirth Through Childbirth Part 1 2:52
Man's Rebirth Through Childbirth Part 2 1:12
Joy In Old Age By Way Of Self Observation 4:03
Talking To Myself 4:53

Versions (8)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
G 30794, C 30921, C 30922 Madura Madura(2xLP, Album) Columbia, Columbia, Columbia G 30794, C 30921, C 30922 US 1971 Sell This Version
S 67222 Madura Madura(2xLP, Album) CBS S 67222 Netherlands 1971 Sell This Version
S 67222, 67222 Madura Madura(2xLP, Album) CBS, CBS S 67222, 67222 Italy 1971 Sell This Version
SONP 50441-2 Madura Madura(2xLP, Album) CBS/Sony SONP 50441-2 Japan 1971 Sell This Version
G 30794, C 30921, C 30922 Madura Madura(2xLP, Album) Columbia, Columbia, Columbia G 30794, C 30921, C 30922 Canada 1971 Sell This Version
G 30794 Madura Madura(Cass) Columbia G 30794 US 1971 Sell This Version
SICP 8082-3 Madura Madura(2xCD, Album, RE) Sony Records SICP 8082-3 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
WH 90374 Madura Madura(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Walhalla WH 90374 Europe 2006 Sell This Version


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January 26, 2017
referencing Madura, 2xLP, Album, G 30794, C 30921, C 30922
I bought this album when it first appeared on the shelves at local record stores way back when. Unlike today, you couldn't preview albums to see if it was a dud, or if your newspaper route earnings would truly be spent wisely. Sometimes, I would just look at the cover, read the personnel notes, associate members with other bands I'd heard of, etc.. and just take a chance - sometimes extremely disappointed - sometimes inspired beyond words. This gem was one of the latter, to put it in simple terms. I played the plastic right of this generously pressed double - album ear candy. All I could ask is "Why isn't there a HUGE cult following?" I really don't know, but I've turned so many people with discriminating tastes (both listeners and musicians) on to this goldmine and all agree - it is one diversely played out and produced LPs of my generation. The musicianship is superb - the vocals exceptional (the lead vocalist reminds me a lot of the late Terry Kath of "Chicago") and the entire project wreaks of energy and soulfulness - This is the REAL DEAL. You have every genre of music under the sun in this compilation, from Jazz to Funk - from Rock to Blues - I just cannot say enough good about it. Do yourself a favor and chase down a copy. I wore out 2 copies and it was extremely difficult to find another, but I managed. It looks like they are a little more common to find lately. Thanks for the great music guys!! Enough jawing. Go listen!!