Columbia publish Santana’s ‘Inner Secrets’ their ninth album (1978)

Santana’s ‘Inner Secrets’ is their ninth studio album released in October, 1978 by Columbia.

Track Listing : 1.Dealer/Spanish Rose (Jim Capaldi, Carlos Santana) – 05:50 . 2.Move On (Carlos Santana, Chris Rhyne) – 04:27 . 3.One Chain (Don’T Make No Prison) (Dennis Lambert, Brian Potter) – 07:13 . 4.Stormy (Buddy Buie, James Cobb) – 04:45 . 5.Well All Right (Norman Petty, Buddy Holly, Jerry Allison, Joe B. Mauldin) – 04:09 . 6.Open Invitation (Carlos Santana, Dennis Lambert, Brian Potter, Greg Walker, David Margen) – 04:45 . 7.Life Is A Lady, Holiday (Dennis Lambert, Carlos Santana) – 03:47 . 8.The Facts Of Love (Dennis Lambert, Brian Potter) – 05:28 . 9.Wham! (Carlos Santana, Graham Lear, Armando Peraza, Raul Rekow, Pete Escovedo) – 03:24

Norman Seeff

Musicians : Carlos Santana – Guitar, Backing Vocals . Greg Walker – Vocals . Chris Solberg – Guitar, Backing Vocals . Chris Rhyne – Keyboards . David Margen – Bass . Graham Lear – Drums . Armando Peraza – Percussion . Raul Rekow – Percussion . Pete Escovedo – Percussion

Production : Produced By Carlos Santana, Tom Coster . Gary Boatner – Assistant Engineer . Matt Hyde – Engineer

Package : Norman Seeff asterisques RVM – Design, Art Director & Photography

Recorded July – August 1978 At Western Recorders, Los Angeles, California.

Released In October 1978 By Columbia.


Rolling Stone
Though Graham Lear is adequate, he lacks the urgency generated by former drummer Mike Shrieve. So Inner Secrets remains an okay album from a band that could — and should — make more-than-okay music. So what else is new? […]

roostercrows @ RateYourMusic
This album is not top world class, but Santana and his group show good skill. Greg Walker is IMO the best singer Santana ever enlisted. Stormy is one of my favorite songs. I prefer the version of Well All Right to the ones of the Crickets and Blind Faith. […]

Wilson & Alroy’s Record Reviews
Most of the original material is better, especially when Walker shuts up and lets Carlos play (“Life Is A Lady/Holiday”; “Wham!”). But only the band is to blame for their thudding arena-metal rocker “Open Invitation,” and throughout there’s so little of Santana‘s patented guitar wizardry that even fans will barely recognize the band they’re listening to. […]


Santana’s ‘Inner Secrets’



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