8 thoughts on “ Yours Is The Light - Santana - Lotus (Cassette, Album)

  1. Debut album gets one nod, and SANTANA 3 gets a snatch of BATUKA and a raging workout on TOUSSAINT L'OVERTURE. Eight new tracks, as jams or tunes hang it all together. Worth noting is the production: this was recorded and mastered in the SQ Encoding method: essentially what was known as QUADROPHONIC.
  2. Listen to your favorite songs from Lotus by Santana Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  3. Hey now All you sinners Put your lights on Put your lights on Hey now All you lovers Put your lights on Put your lights on Hey now All you killers Put your lights on Put your lights on Hey now All you children Leave your lights on You better leave your lights on 'Cause there's a monster Living under my bed Whispering in my ear There's an angel With a hand on my head She say I've got nothing to.
  4. "Lotus" is the first live album release by US Jazz rock/fusion act Santana. The album was recorded on the 3rd and 4th of July in Osaka, Japan and released through Colombia records in May The original vinyl version (which was meant to be a Japanese only release) is a trible vinyl while the most common CD version is a double disc release/5(13).
  5. Santana - Lotus CD. Santana - Lotus CD. SKU. M SAN CD Availability: In stock. Regular Price $ Special Price $ Track Listing: Disc: 1 1. Going Home 2. A-1 Funk 3. Every Step of the Way 4. Black Magic Woman 5. Gypsy Queen 6. Oye Como Va 7. Yours Is The Light 8. Batuka 9. Xibaba Stone Flower (Introduction) Waiting
  6. Recorded in Japan in July , this massive live album, originally on three LPs and now on two compact discs, was available outside the United States in but held back from domestic release until long into the CD age. It features the same "New Santana Band" that recorded Welcome, and.
  7. Welcome is the fifth studio album by Santana, released in It followed the jazz-fusion formula that the preceding Caravanserai had inaugurated, but with an expanded and different lineup this time. Gregg Rolie had left the band along with Neal Schon to form Journey, and they were replaced by Tom Coster, Richard Kermode and Leon Thomas, along with guest John McLaughlin, who had collaborated.

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