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Santana - Abraxas (1991) Retail CD
Rock & Roll
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 pan-cultural package, Abraxas also featured such standout tracks as "Gypsy Queen", "Singing Winds",more… and "Crying Beasts". The latter two underscored the growing Eastern sensibilities of guitarist Santana. --Billy Altman
|1||Singing Winds, Crying Beasts|
|2||Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen|
|3||Oye Como Va|
|4||Incident at Neshabur|
|5||Se a Cabo|
|7||Samba Pa Ti|
|8||Hope You're Feeling Better|
|10||Se a Cabo [Live][#][*]|
|11||Toussaint l'Overture [Live][#][*]|
|12||Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen [Live][#][*]|
- Santana - Abraxas (1991) Retail CD
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