by Santana
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Santana's follow-up to its comeback album, Amigos, was another David Rubinson-produced effort that moved back toward more of a Latin rock feel, although it retained an essentially pop focus -- "The River" was the first real vocal ballad on a Santana album. If any doubt still existed that the group was no longer a band of equals but a platform for its lead guitarist, the current lineup dispelled that; Carlos Santana was now the only original member of the band left. Although the album went gold, the lack of a hit single hurt the album's commercial standing; its number 27 peak was the lowest yet for a Santana band album.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/01/2008
Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC: 0886972469928
catalogNumber: 724699
Rank: 24265

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Santana   Primary Artist
Tom Coster   Synthesizer,Percussion,Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals
Greg Walker   Vocals
José Chepitó Areas   Percussion,Conga,Timbales
Leon Patillo   Percussion,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals
Joel Badie   Percussion,Vocals,Background Vocals
Gaylord Birch   Percussion,Drums,Timpani
Leon "Ndugu" Chancler   Percussion,Drums,Vocals
Paul Jackson   Bass
Raul Rekow   Percussion,Conga,Background Vocals
Pablo Tellez   Bass,Percussion,Vocals,Background Vocals
Maxine Willard Waters   Vocals,Background Vocals
Oren Waters   Vocals,Background Vocals
Francisco Zavala   Vocals,Background Vocals
Julia Waters   Background Vocals
Carlos Santana   Bass,Guitar,Percussion,Vocals,Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Tom Coster   Composer
José Chepitó Areas   Composer
Fred Catero   Engineer
David Rubinson   Producer,Engineer
Pablo Tellez   Contributor
Carlos Santana   Composer

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Festival 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
l came across this album when it was released in 1976, and it took my breath away. l believe, Carlos was at his best on this stunning album, backed up with the brilliant other musicans and Fred Catero and David Rubinson on production. l have now re-discovered this sound, and it stil stand up today, forthe true masterpiece it always was.