Oye Como Va - Santana - Live ... In South America (CD, Album)

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  1. Album · · 13 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Sign In Sacred Fire: Live In South America Santana Rock · Preview SONG TIME Angels All Around Us (Introduction) [Live] 1. PREVIEW Vive la Vida (Life Is for Living) [Live] 2. Oye Como Va (Live) 6.
  2. Nov 02,  · Sacred Fire: Santana Live in South America is a nice recording of an early 90's Santana concert. The sound quality is first-rate. The musicians, while very good, are no match for the Santana band of the late 60's and early 70's. Of course, Carlos Santana's fiery guitar still has the power to carry the show/5(64).
  3. Jul 29,  · Oye Como Va (Live) · Santana Sacred Fire: Santana Live In South America ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals, Percussion, Producer: Carlos.
  4. Oye Como Va" was a hit by Tito Puente in the early s and the group played it live regularly, as they realized it was good for audiences to dance to. [3] " Incident at Neshabur " was co-written by Santana and his friend Alberto Gianquinto, who played piano on the track.
  5. "Oye Como Va" is a cha-cha-chá by Tito Puente, originally released on El Rey Bravo. The song achieved worldwide popularity in , when it was recorded by Mexican-American rock group Santana for their album Abraxas. This version was released as a single in , reaching number 13 on the Billboard Hot , number 11 on the Billboard Easy Listening survey, and number 32 on the R&B .
  6. Also present at the concert was actor Andy Garcia, in town during the wrap of 'Godfather III' and who befriended Sr. Cacaho Lopez, bringing the composer and 'godfather' of the original 'Oye Como Va' to a new level of public appreciation through a film 'Como un Ritmo no Hay Dos', and a recent Grammy-winning album, "¡Ahora Si!".
  7. For their third live album, Santana introduced a new bass player, Myron Dove, and added guitarist Jorge Santana (Carlos Santana's brother), and singer Vorriece Cooper to bring the band up to nine members. Adopting the mantle of Bob Marley, the band played "Esperando," which Price: $
  8. Corazón is the twenty-third studio album (thirty-seventh album overall) by Santana, released on May 6, Produced by Lester Mendez, the album features collaborations with various singers like Gloria Estefan, Ziggy Marley and Cindy Blackman. "La Flaca" featuring Juanes, the first single from the album, was released in November The album was certified double platinum in the Latin by.

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