02. Drinking No Wine
04. Plain As Day
05. My Love Is Free
06. Free From The Devil
07. My My What A World
09. Don't Be Afraid
11. See For Yourself
12. I Think I'm Dreaming
13. It's A Good Time For Loving
15. Johnny B. Goode
17. Man's Rebirth Throught Childbirth Part 1
18. Man's Rebirth Trhough Childbirth Part 2
19. Joy In Old Age By Way Of Self Obserbation
20. Talking To Myself
David "Hawk" Wolinski (bass, keyboards, vocals)
Alan De Carlo (guitar, vocals)
Ross Salomone (drums, percussion)
David "Hawk" Wolinski, previous Shadows of Knight member, Alan DeCarlo and Ross Salomone recorded two albums produced by the Chicago producer James William Guercio. Hawk Wolinski later became a member of Rufus and Chaka Khan, and a successful producer and songwriter. Alan DeCarlo and Ross Salomone both appeared on Chicago keyboard player Robert Lamm's 1975 solo album "Skinny Boy," and Ross Salomone also appeared on albums by Chicago, Air Supply, Gerard, and Hollins & Star.
Madura can be seen and heard live on a short concert scene in J.W. Guercio's movie Electra Glide in Blue (1973) playing a part of Free from the devil. This is also included on the album from the movie. David Wolinski also appears as an actor in the movie, playing the part of "David, the VW bus driver."
The band's name "Madura" was inspired by the Meenakshi temple in Madurai
Alan Decarlo is fantastic on guitar. He plays everything from hard rock to jazz on this dbl album. Hawk Wolinsky is strong on B-3 alone but he also plays bass throughout the album on foot pedals! Russ Solomon plays the best drum solo i've ever heard on "Free From the Devil". Very little staight playing here. Decarlo has a pretty good voice and is like a madman at times. Madura is like Grand Funk on steriods!