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Carlos Santana / Santana

Carlos Santana / Santana
Country
United States
Profile
Santana is a Latin rock band, founded in San Francisco during the late 60s by Carlos Santana as a vehicle for his compositions and guitar style. The band first came to widespread public attention when their performance of "Soul Sacrifice" at Woodstock in 1969 provided a contrast to other acts on the bill.
Website
http://www.santana.com
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Releases on file (13)
Santana — Corazón Santana — Corazón
(RCA Victor 88843-03571-2, 2014, CD)
Herbie Hancock — Possibilities Herbie Hancock — Possibilities
(Warner Bros 50-51011-0111-2-2, 2005, CD)
John McLaughlin — John McLaughlin Montreux Concerts John McLaughlin — John McLaughlin Montreux Concerts
(Warner Bros 50-50466-9701-21, 1999/2003, 17CD)
Terri Lyne Carrington — Real Life Story Terri Lyne Carrington — Real Life Story
(Verve 837 697, 1989, CD / LP)
Devadip Carlos Santana & Turiya Alice Coltrane — Illuminations Devadip Carlos Santana & Turiya Alice Coltrane — Illuminations
(Columbia PC 32900, 1974, LP)
Santana — Lotus Santana — Lotus
(Columbia C2K 46764, 1974/2003, 2CD)
Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin — Love Devotion Surrender Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin — Love Devotion Surrender
(Columbia CK 32034, 1973/1988, CD)
Santana — Welcome Santana — Welcome
(Columbia CK 85944, 1973/2003, CD)
Santana — Caravanserai Santana — Caravanserai
(Columbia CK 63595, 1972/2003, CD)
Santana — Abraxas Santana — Abraxas
(Columbia CK 30130, 1970/2011, CD)
Santana — Santana Santana — Santana
(Columbia CK 65489, 1969/2006, CD)
Santana — Live at the Fillmore '68 Santana — Live at the Fillmore '68
(Columbia C2K 64860, 1968/1997, 2CD)
Santana — Tropical Spirits Parts I & II Santana — Tropical Spirits Parts I & II
(Purple Pyramid CLP 0778-2, 1968/2001, 2CD)

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