|Thunder Into Our Hearts|
| Studio album by |
|Studio||Chalk Farm Studios, Decibel Studios|
|Genre||Jazz, funk, soul|
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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.||"Thunder Into Our Hearts"||6:59|
|2.||"Soweto My Love"||5:15|
|3.||"Ithumeleng Ba Mamelodi"||6:29|
|1.||"Tears Of Afrika"||4:47|
|2.||"Baleka - Run Away"||4:49|
|3.||"Journey To Afrika"||5:29|
|4.||"Harvest Part II"||3:40|
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