Released as a single in late , it became Santana's first top 40 and top 10 hit in the US, peaking at number nine on the Billboard Hot singles chart on March 21, Gregg Rolie performs the lead vocals and plays a Hammond organ solo in the middle section. The double-time coda includes a guitar solo performed by Carlos Santana , who also does the backing vocals.
Johnny Mathis released the song as a single in Jazz saxophonist Stanley Turrentine covered the song as a smooth jazz fusion on his album The Man with the Sad Face , released in Latin rapper Mellow Man Ace sampled this track and used it as the main melody for his single " Mentirosa " Filipino rapper RapAsia sampled this track and used it as the main melody for his Tagalog single "Hoy!
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This amount is subject to change until you make payment. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. He compared the music's effect to methedrine , which "gives a high with no meaning", finding Rolie and Santana's playing repetitively unimaginative, amidst a monotony of incompetent rhythms and inconsequential lyrics.
A lot of noise". A retrospective Rolling Stone review was more enthusiastic, finding Santana "thrilling Note: Tracks 1—6 are from the original studio sessions for the album recorded January 27—29, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Encyclopedia of Popular Music 5th ed. Omnibus Press. May March 2, Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on The meld of Latin, hard rock, and blues still holds up despite some of Santana's understandable self-consciousness in the early part of the set. What the listener can grasp now that this performance has been assembled properly here is the sound of a band coming into an awareness of its musical power in front of an initially indifferent audience.
It happens during "Savor," when Carlos says either to the band or the audience it's not clear , "Back to the Latin. From there on out the realization is experienced and the band just walks to the edge of the cliff. This is all killer, no filler. Out of stock. Add to wishlist. No customer reviews yet. Login to leave your impressions! Add to wishlist Added to your wishlist.
You can manage your wishlist here. You're not signed in You must sign in to manage your wishlist.Sep 22, · But, if you're a guitarist looking for one Santana CD, this would be a good one. I'm not sure if Samba Pa Ti and Song of the Wind are on any other one-disc compilation. These are more essential than Black Magic Woman and Evil Ways as examples of Santana's pure melodic and expressive guitar mastery/5(8).