Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin record ‘Love Devotion Surrender’ with their respective bands (1973)

‘Love Devotion Surrender’ by Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin is an album recorded with their respective bands, Santana and The Mahavishnu Orchestra and released on July 20, 1973 by Columbia.

Track Listing : 1.A Love Supreme (John Coltrane) – 07:48 . 2.Naima (John Coltrane) – 03:09 . 3.The Life Divine (John McLaughlin) – 09:30 . 4.Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord (Traditional) – 15:45 . 5.Meditation (John McLaughlin) – 02:45

Musicians : John McLaughlin – Guitar, Piano . Carlos Santana – Guitar . Doug Rauch – Bass Guitar . Mahalakshmi Eve Mclaughlin – Piano . Khalid Yasin – Piano, Organ . Mingo Lewis – Piano, Keyboards . Billy Cobham – Drums, Percussion . Don Alias – Drums, Percussion . Jan Hammer – Hammond Organ, Drums, Percussion . Mike Shrieve – Drums, Percussion . Armando Peraza – Congas, Percussion, Vocals . Mahavishnu – Band

Production : Produced By Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin . Glen Kolotkin – Engineer

Package : Ashok – Album Design & Cover Photo . Pranavananda – Photography . Sri Chinmoy – Essay

Recorded October 1972, March 1973.

Released On July 20, 1973 By Columbia.

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All About Jazz
Now if anyone out there in musicland can determine on which cuts John McLaughlin played the piano and Hammer played the drums – you win a prize! […]
If you are a fan of instrumental music, you will like this album. If you are a fan of the Mahavishnu Orchestra, you will love this album. If you are a guitarist, this is a must have album. It’s not often that an album really moves me, but this one certainly did. […]

Classic Rock Review
If you love hard-driving guitar backed by jazz greats Larry Young on organ and Billy Cobham on drums, playing a memorable version of “A Love Supreme” along with other equally fine tunes, this is the SACD for you. Just close your eyes if you don’t want to see Carlos and John with their heads bowed in prayer. […]


‘Love Devotion Surrender’ by Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin


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