Santana - 3 FLAC album
Track listing Side one 00:00 "Batuka" (instrumental) (José Areas, David Brown, Michael Carabello, Gregg Rolie, Michael Shrieve) 03:35 "No One to Depend On. .
Santana - Santana III (1971).
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Santana is the third studio album by the American rock band Santana. The band's second self-titled album, it is often referred to as III or Santana III to distinguish it from the band's 1969 debut album. The album was also known as Man with an Outstretched Hand, after its album cover image.
Album, 1969, Columbia Records. Reissue in 1998 with bonus tracks. 2. Evil Ways (S. Henry). 5. Jin-Go-Lo-Ba (Babatunde Olatunji). 1. Eternal Caravan of Reincarnation. 3. Look Up (to See What's Coming Down). 4. Just in Time to See the Sun. Song of the Wind.
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Santana III is an album that undeservingly stands in the shadows behind the towering legend that is the band's second album, Abraxas. This was also the album that brought guitarist Neal Schon - who was 17 years old - into the original core lineup of Santana. Percussionist Thomas "Coke" Escovedo was brought in to replace (temporarily) José Chepitó Areas, who had suffered a brain aneurysm, yet who recovered quickly and rejoined the band.
Santana is an American rock band formed in San Francisco in 1966 by Mexican-American guitarist and songwriter Carlos Santana. The band has undergone multiple recording and performing line-ups in its history, with Santana the only consistent member. Santana had early success with their appearance at Woodstock in 1969 and their first three albums, Santana (1969), Abraxas (1970), and Santana III (1971).
For his third duet album, Carlos Santana performed the works of John Coltrane, paired with Coltrane's widow, harpist/keyboardist Alice Coltrane, on this instrumental album. Side One includes several contemplative, string-filled numbers, while Side Two presents Santana's re-creation of John Coltrane's late free jazz style in "Angel of Sunlight. Track Start Length Start sector End sector –- 1 0:00. 45 32 5401 2 1:12. 70 5402 50096 3 11:07. 38 50097 75109 4 16:41. 00 75110 141334 5 31:24.
Santana’s music is contemporary, but it comes from a tradition and part of what has provoked a curious reluctance on the part of some hard rock fans to accept Santana is that tradition. This is music to dance to, but it is music that shrieks for more advanced, dexterous and imaginative dancing than some of the freeform body motion that rock dancing has accepted. It is also music that asks for a certain kind of emotional abandon for maximum enjoyment. Their new album goes right along with their previous ones in its content except that, for me anyway, it is more consistent. Prior Santana albums have had amazing things for me but also some downers. This LP stays there all the way.