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Santana Abraxas (Santana)
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Santana Abraxas
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Publisher:
Sony
ISBN:
B0000062FL Book Cover Image
Edition:
1998
Classification:
MCD 000415
Detailed notes
    - Santana's 1970 follow-up to their Woodstock-propelled smash '69 debut found leader Carlos Santana further expanding his San Francisco group's already broad musical boundaries. To wit: two hit singles that emanated from opposite ends of the spectrum--"Black Magic Woman," originally written and recorded by English blues-rock guitarist Peter Green and Fleetwood Mac, and New York Latin percussionist/dance music king Tito Puente's infectious "Oye Como Va." Tying blues, rock, and salsa together in one pancultural package,
    - Singing Winds, Crying Beasts Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen Oye Como Va Incident At Neshabur Se A Cabo Mother's Daughter Samba Pa Ti Hope You're Feeling Better El Nicoya Se A Cabo (Live) Toussaint L'Overture (Live) Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen (Live)
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