|1||–Santana Band*||(Da Le) Yaleo|
|2||–Santana Band* Feat. Carter Beauford & Dave Matthews||Love Of My Life|
|3||–Carlos Santana Feat. Sarah McLachlan||Angel|
|4||–Santana Band* Feat. Everlast||Put Your Your Lights On|
|5||–Santana Band*||Africa Bamba|
|6||–Santana Band* Feat. Cee-Lo & Lauryn Hill||Do You Like The Way|
|8||–Santana Band*||Day Of Celebration|
|9||–Santana Band*||Victory Is Won|
|10||–Santana Band* Feat. The Product G&B||Maria Maria|
|11||–Carlos Santana Feat. Chester Thompson & Wayne Shorter||Apache|
|12||–Santana Band* Feat. Rob Thomas||Smooth|
|13||–Santana Band*||Gypsy Queen / Oye Como Va|
|14||–Santana Band* Feat. Cee-Lo / Dave Matthews / Everlast & Sarah McLachlan||Encore: Make Somebody Happy / Right On Be Free|
|lx9711stbxd||Santana||Supernatural Live (DVD-V, Multichannel, PAL)||Image Entertainment||lx9711stbxd||Europe||2000|
|none||Santana||Supernatural Live (DVD-V, Multichannel)||Image Entertainment||none||Italy||2000|
|8573839512||Santana||Supernatural Live (DVD-V, PAL)||Image Entertainment||8573839512||France||2000|
|COBY-91003||Santana||Supernatural Live (DVD-V, NTSC, Reg)||Image Entertainment||COBY-91003||Japan||2000|
|ID9710ST||Santana||Supernatural Live (VHS)||Image Entertainment||ID9710ST||US||2000|
|1-1||Bacalao Con Pan|
|1-2||Day Of Celebration|
|1-3||Exodus Get Up Stand Up|
|1-4||(Da Le) Yaleo|
|1-5||Right On / Get On|
|2-1||Love Is You|
|2-2||Get It In Your Soul|
|2-5||One Fine Morning|
|none||Santana||Live In Loreley 98 (VHS, Unofficial)||Not On Label||none||Unknown|
|IMA 104208||Santana||In Concert (2xCD, Album, Unofficial)||Immortal||IMA 104208||Netherlands||2007|
Santana – In Concert. Label: Immortal – IMA 104208. Format: 2 CD, Album, Unofficial Release. Country: Netherlands.
Festivál is the eighth studio album by Santana, released in January 1977. It peaked number twenty seven in the Billboard 200 chart and number twenty nine in the R&B Albums chart. Carnaval" (Tom Coster, Carlos Santana) – 2:15. Let the Children Play" (Leon Patillo, Santana) – 3:28. Jugando" (José Areas, Santana) – 2:12. Give Me Love" (Pablo Téllez) – 4:29. Verão Vermelho" (Nonato Buzar) – 5:00. Let the Music Set You Free" (Coster, Patillo, David Rubinson, Santana) – 3:39.
Carlos Santana during a concert in 2005. Santana signed with Columbia and released their self-titled debut album Santana. This album reached fourth place on the Billboard 200 and earned two-times platinum status by the American national certification. Next, Santana released Abraxas, on September 1970, which topped the Billboard charts and earned five-times platinum. Santana released another twelve albums in the 1970s, each earning RIAA certifications, and their success continued in the 1980s. The band's quietest period was from 1984 through 1994, with no certified albums
While the lines were quite long and slightly disorganized, seeing Santana in concert more than made up for it. It was truly an amazing experience to see him live, the acoustics were loud & clear, and the video projections were also great. I’m so glad I went and will be seeing him again in Vegas in November!
The Official Carlos Santana web site dedicated to one of guitar's living legends; featuring Santana history, Santana music, Santana touring schedule, discography, Santana Merchandise, interactive forum, tech talk, photo's, Santana news and band members. Africa Speaks Out Now!
Album, 1969, Columbia Records. Reissue in 1998 with bonus tracks. 2. Evil Ways (S. Henry). 1. Eternal Caravan of Reincarnation. 3. Look Up (to See What's Coming Down). 4. Just in Time to See the Sun. 5. Song of the Wind. 6. All the Love of the Universe.
Santana were founded in the late sixties and came into the spotlight following their appearance at the Woodstock festival in 1969. Their eponymous debut album was released the same year and became a global success, introducing the public to the band's unique blend of latin rhythms and guitar based rock