It was the third (and until the group's reunion, the last) album by the Woodstock-era lineup, and it was also considered by many to be the band's peak commercially and musically, as subsequent releases aimed towards more experimental jazz fusion and Latin music. The album featured two singles that charted in the United fourschosevergedickmarpblogaticanin.co: Latin rock, Chicano rock, psychedelic rock, .
Aug 15, · I remember when that album was released. I was too young to buy it, but I recall the name the record company gave it, they called it the "New" Santana album. "New" was used as the album title in press, etc. rather than Santana III which is what it is, or self-titled. Great memories of new exciting albums coming out from important artists.
"Santana 3" (originally only titled "Santana") is the 3rd full-length studio album by US jazz rock/fusion act Santana. The album was released through Columbia Records in September The original album release features 9 tracks while the re-issue features 3 bonus tracks recorded live at the Fillmore West on the 4th of July /5(20).
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Santana – Batuka, No One To Depend On Live In Santiago February 3, By Dwain Berlin. This song is from the third album produced by Carlos Santana. There is no name for the album, but we always called it “The Man With The Outstretched Hand” The album artwork is such an amazing psychedelic image that I decided to post it here for.
Aug 18, · Absolutely love Santana III. Every track is greatyet I think an underrated song from the album is "Everything is coming our way". A very positive, uplifting song, that is a nice mellow change of pace from the high energy of most of the other tracks. Alsoa quick question regarding the remasters of this on CD.