Santana - Abraxas

Santana: Abraxas

Album 104 - September 1970

Episode date - April 17, 2019

The Top 500 of The Top 40
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    By the time Santana got round to releasing their second album, they were already superstars, easily climbing to #1 on Billboard’s album charts.

    Featuring the same potent formula of Latin music mixed with jazz influences, they band hit on a formula that had heretofore gone completely unrecognized. For the time being, they were one of a kind, and Abraxas captured the band at an artistic and commercial peak.

    Featured tracks include:

    Singing Winds, Crying Beasts

    Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen

    Oye Como Va

    Incident at Neshabur

    Se a Cabo

    Mother’s Daughter

    Samba Pa Ti

    Hope You’re Feeling Better

    El Nicoya

    September 1970 - Billboard Charted #1

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