‘Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles! Live!’

‘Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles! Live!’ is a live album recorded in Honolulu at the ‘Sunshine ’72 Festival’ and released on June 7, 1972 by Columbia.

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Track Listing : 1.Marbles (John Mclaughlin) – 04:18 . 2.Lava (Buddy Miles) – 02:10 . 3.Evil Ways (Sonny Henry) – 06:36 . 4.Faith Interlude (Buddy Miles, Carlos Santana) – 02:13 . 5.Them Changes (Buddy Miles) – 05:50

Musicians : Carlos Santana – Guitar, Vocals . Buddy Miles – Drums, Percussion, Congas, Vocals . Neal Schon – Guitar . Ron Johnson – Bass Guitar . Bob Hogins – Organ, Electric Piano . Hadley Caliman – Flute, Saxophone . Luis Gasca – Trumpet . Greg Errico – Drums . Richard Clark – Drums, Percussion, Congas . Coke Escovedo – Drums, Percussion, Timbales . Mike Carabello – Percussion, Congas . Mingo Lewis – Percussion. . Victor Pantoja – Percussion, Congas

Production : Produced By Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles

Package : Barbara Baker – Photography . Joan Chase – Artwork, Photography . Richard Clark – Photography . Robert Knight – Photography . Richard Upper – Photography

Recorded On January 1, 1972 At Sunshine ’72 Festival, Inside Diamond Head, Honolulu Hawaii.

Released On June 7, 1972 By Columbia.

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Rock On Vinyl
The brass sound that was popular in the early 1970’s adds energy and pop to this live recording. I first heard the fast version of Evil Ways on this live albumand still prefer it to the slower studio recording that is on the Santana Greatest Hits album. […]

jazz.com
This is a very crowd-pleasing performance but has even more value as a historical look into the beginnings of Santana’s fusion interest and Miles’s early career. […]

Voices Of Latin Rock
Listening to this original concert, one realises why a re-record in a studio was necessary. Neal Schon in my Voices Of Latin Rock book described this show as a ”mosh – a stoned, self-indulgent disaster.” […]

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