Onabule, Ola / It's The Peace That Deafens
Album:It's The Peace That Deafens Collection:World
Artist:Onabule, Ola Added:Jan 2016
Label:Dot Time Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2016-01-10 Pull Date:2016-03-15 Charts:Reggae/World
Week Ending:Feb 28Feb 7

Recent Airplay
1.Mar 22, 2018:Melange
Patience Endures
4.Feb 05, 2016:Emergency Crew 063620 fri 2-5-16 jazz
In Your Shoes, Invincible
2.Feb 27, 2016:Music Casserole
Patience Endures
5.Feb 03, 2016:2-3-2016
Patience Endures, The Girl She Was
3.Feb 06, 2016:Music Casserole
Patience Endures

Album Review
Margy Kahn
Reviewed 2016-01-07 
Nicely produced vocal jazz with 12 piece orchestra; voice quality reminiscent of Sam Cook, interesting lyrics by vocalist/composer educated in Nigeria and England; has a bit of a Brazilian vibe

No FCC's detected. Favorite tracks: 2, 5, 7, 9

1-Dark Matter (4:06) – psychology of being African

*2-The Girl She Was (4:21) – nice flute opening; great voice quality; interesting lyrics

3-Jankoriko (5:00) – insistent beat, story of injustice

4-Love Again (5:01)- slow rock

*5-Patience Endures (4:55) – starts with bass figure; interesting clapping accompanies long detailed complaint

6-Herbs for Your Heartache (4:29)- critique of corrupt African leaders backed by mellifluous jazz

*7-It's the Peace that Deafens (4:43)- lyrical, contemplative piano and voice

8-The Voodoo (5:26) – uptempo; lots of percussion

*9-Invincible (4:17)- ballad to invincible love; nice trumpet flourishes

10-In Your Shoes (4:39) – chastizing Young Turks, African style

11-Orunmila (4:38)- the denial of past association in the diaspora

12-In the End (3:52)- meditation on vagaries of love/friendship

Track Listing
1.Dark Matter 7.It's The Peace That Deafens
2.The Girl She Was 8.The Voodoo
3.Jankoriko 9.Invincible
4.Love Again 10.In Your Shoes
5.Patience Endures 11.Orunmila
6.Herbs For Your Heartache 12.In The End