Original Album Classics: Inner Secrets/Marathon/Zebop!/Shango/Freedom

Original Album Classics: Inner Secrets/Marathon/Zebop!/Shango/Freedom

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This second volume in Sony's EU Original Album Classics series looks at five albums over a ten-year period. The first four of these -- Inner Secrets, Marathon, Zebop, and Shango -- catch the band during a renaissance of singles and a decline in album sales in the marketplace. The first of these, issuedSee more details below

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This second volume in Sony's EU Original Album Classics series looks at five albums over a ten-year period. The first four of these -- Inner Secrets, Marathon, Zebop, and Shango -- catch the band during a renaissance of singles and a decline in album sales in the marketplace. The first of these, issued in 1978, boasted three charting singles in "One Chain (Don't Make No Prison)" (number 59), "Stormy" (number 32), and a cover of Buddy Holly's "Well All Right" (number 69), done in the Blind Faith arrangement. Marathon, released in 1979, may not have sold as an album, but did score a hit with the Top 40 single "You Know That I Love You" (number 35). Zebop, issued in 1981 -- after Carlos Santana released his second solo album, Swing of Delight -- first hit the Hot 100 with "The Sensitive Kind" (number 59) written by Russ Ballard. "Winning" was the second single and it went to number 33 as the album entered into the Top Ten and went gold. Shango, from 1981, resulted in two more hit singles, "Hold On" (number 15) and "Nowhere to Run" (number 66). The final album in this set, Freedom, was released after the band took a long break. While they toured together, Carlos was making solo records for most of the '80s. This comeback album was a reunion of sorts and featured former members Tom Coster and Chester Thompson on keyboards. Even founding member Gregg Rolie made a guest appearance. Interestingly, this set also featured the talents of drummer Buddy Miles on vocals. The album failed to score any hits major or minor, but did end up in the Top 100 on the Billboard charts. This middle-period set documents Santana as they never were before or after -- as a singles outfit as interested in performing classics from the rock and R&B canon as they were in writing original material.

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Product Details

Release Date:
04/07/2009
Label:
Sony Bmg Europe
UPC:
0886974455622
catalogNumber:
7445562
Rank:
43077

Tracks

Disc 1

  1. Dealer/Spanish Rose
  2. Move On
  3. One Chain (Don't Make No Prison)
  4. Stormy
  5. Well All Right
  6. Open Invitation
  7. Life Is A Lady/Holiday
  8. The Facts of Love
  9. Wham!

Disc 2

  1. Marathon
  2. Lightning In The Sky
  3. Aqua Marine
  4. You Know That I Love You
  5. All I Ever Wanted
  6. Stand Up
  7. Runnin'
  8. Summer Lady
  9. Love
  10. Stay (Beside Me)
  11. Hard Time

Disc 3

  1. Changes
  2. E Papa Ré
  3. Primera Invasion
  4. Searchin'
  5. Over And Over
  6. Winning
  7. Tales Of Kilimanjaro
  8. The Sensitive Kind
  9. American Gypsy
  10. I Love You Much Too Much
  11. Brightest Star
  12. Hannibal

Disc 4

  1. The Nile
  2. Hold On
  3. Night Hunting Time
  4. Nowhere To Run
  5. Nueva York
  6. Oxun (Oshun)
  7. Body Surfing
  8. What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)
  9. Let Me Inside
  10. Warrior
  11. Shango

Disc 5

  1. Veracruz
  2. She Can't Let Go
  3. Once It's Gotcha
  4. Love Is You
  5. Songs Of Freedom
  6. Deeper, Dig Deeper
  7. Praise
  8. Mandela
  9. Before We Go
  10. Victim of Circumstance

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Santana   Primary Artist
Buddy Guy   Vocals
Junior Wells   Harp,Vocals
Buddy Miles   Vocals
Tom Coster   Keyboards
Armando Peraza   Percussion,Bongos,Conga
Gregg Rolie   Synthesizer
Jeanie Tracy   Background Vocals
Alphonso Johnson   Bass
Graham Lear   Drums
Cory Lerios   Synthesizer
Raul Rekow   Percussion,Conga,Vocals
Pamela Rose   Background Vocals
Annie Stocking   Background Vocals
Carlos Santana   Guitar,Vocals
Sterling   Synthesizer
Mark Keller   Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Gregg Rolie   Producer
Maureen Droney   Engineer
Jim Gaines   Engineer
Dennis Lambert   Producer
Bob Missbach   Engineer
Brian Potter   Producer
Jim Scott   Engineer
Bill Szymczyk   Producer
Carlos Santana   Producer
Sterling   drum programming
Santana Band   Arranger
Bryan Bell   Programming

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