Santana is the third studio album by the American rock band Santana. The band's second self-titled album, it is often referred to as III or Santana III to distinguish it from the band's 1969 debut album. The album was also known as Man with an Outstretched Hand, after its album cover image.
Album Name III. Type Album. Дата релиза Сентябрь 1971. Лейблы Columbia Records CBS Records. Produced by Carlos Santana. Recorded at Columbia Studios. Музыкальный стильJazz Rock. Владельцы этого альбома28. Re-Issue 1998 live at The Filmore West (1971) by Sony Legacy with 3 bonus tracks. 2. No One to Depend on. 3. Taboo. 4. Toussaint l'Overture. 5. Everybody's Everything.
Santana III is an album that undeservingly stands in the shadows behind the towering legend that is the band's second album, Abraxas. This was also the album that brought guitarist Neal Schon - who was 17 years old - into the original core lineup of Santana. Percussionist Thomas "Coke" Escovedo was brought in to replace (temporarily) José Chepitó Areas, who had suffered a brain aneurysm, yet who recovered quickly and rejoined the band. The album ends with a completely transformed reading of Tito Puente's "Para los Rumberos," complete with horns and frantic, almost insanely fast hand drumming and cowbell playing. It's an album that has aged extremely well due to its spare production (by Carlos and the band) and its live sound. This is essential Santana, a record that deserves to be reconsidered in light of its lasting abundance and vision.
Before the original band broke up, Santana added teenaged guitarist Neal Schon to trade licks with Carlos. The move made for an album that's all about instrumental firepower: It's telling that the single "No One to Depend On" had exactly one line of lyric. There's a pure Latin groove on "Guajira" and a rare Carlos vocal on the uplifting rocker "Everything's Coming Our Wa. A loose translation of the closing number, Tito Puente's "Para Los Rumberos," gets it right: This one is "for the swingers.
Listen free to Santana – Santana III (Batuka, No One to Depend On and more). Santana is the third studio album by Santana. The band's second self-titled album, it is often referred to as III to distinguish it from the band's 1969 debut album. The album was also known as Man with an Outstretched Hand. It was the third and 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 and Latin music.
By 1971, Santana had already garnered a lot of success and popularity, much thanks to their performance at the legendary music festival Woodstock. With each album, the band only increased the creativity and quality of their songs. And Santana 3 was no exception. Strengthened by the addition of percussionist Coke Escuvedo (sp") and Neal Schon, the original Santana line-up made their best and last album at the ultimate height of their fame
Santana (III) albümüne ait şarkıları görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. En çok dinlenen, en popüler şarkıcılar, albümler ve şarkılar muzikdinle. Vamos conguero que la rumba ya va empezar. Vamos Carabello que la rumba ya va empezar. Repeat 3x). Vamos timbero que la rumba ya va empezar Vamos Chepito que la rumba ya va empezar. Vamos Santana que la rumba ya va empezar Vamos Santana que la rumba ya va empezar.
|A2||No One To Depend On|
|B4||Everything's Coming Our Way|
|B5||Para Los Rumberos|
|KC 30595||Santana||Santana (LP, Album, Gat)||Columbia||KC 30595||US||1971|
|DAS 2114, AL. 30595||Santana||Santana (LP, Album, Gat)||Date, CBS||DAS 2114, AL. 30595||South Africa||1971|
|PRC-5202||Santana||Everybody's Everything - The New Album (LP, Album, Unofficial)||先鋒||PRC-5202||Taiwan||Unknown|
|PC 30595||Santana||Santana (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Columbia||PC 30595||US||Unknown|
|S 69015||Santana||Santana (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||CBS||S 69015||Spain||1978|