Oye como va

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Tracklist

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CD 1
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1Samba pa ti
engineer:
David Brown (US producer, engineer - Record Plant Studios, Wally Heider Studios) and John Fiore (engineer)
producer:
Fred Catero, Bob Irwin, Santana (US Latin, blues, & rock band) and Carlos Santana
bass guitar:
David Brown (US bassist for Santana/Allman Brothers/31st of February) (on 1970-07-19)
congas and percussion:
Michael Carabello (on 1970-07-19)
congas, percussion and timbales:
José “Chepito” Áreas (on 1970-07-19)
drums (drum set):
Michael Shrieve (on 1970-07-19)
guitar:
Carlos Santana (on 1970-07-19)
keyboard:
Gregg Rolie (on 1970-07-19)
percussion:
Rico Reyes (on 1970-07-19)
tabla:
Steven Saphore (on 1970-07-19)
arranger:
Gregg Rolie and Carlos Santana
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (in 1970), Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 – Oct 1, 2008) (in 1970) and Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004, operated worldwide except in JP) (in 1970)
recorded at:
Wally Heider Studios (@ 245 Hyde Street, San Francisco) in San Francisco, California, United States (on 1970-07-19)
recording of:
Samba pa ti (on 1970-07-19)
composer:
Carlos Santana
publisher:
BMG Music Publishing Ltd., Careers‐BMG Music Publishing, Inc., Carlin Music Corporation, Petra Music, Universal Music (plain logo: “Universal Music”) and Universal Music Careers
44:32
2Europa (Earth’s Cry, Heaven’s Smile)
assistant engineer:
Susan Foot (recording engineer)
engineer:
Fred Catero and David Rubinson
producer:
David Rubinson and David Rubinson & Friends, Inc.
bass guitar:
David Brown (US bassist for Santana/Allman Brothers/31st of February) (on 1975-12-16)
congas:
Armando Peraza (on 1975-12-16)
drums (drum set):
Leon Ndugu Chancler (on 1975-12-16) and Michael Shrieve (on 1975-12-16)
guitar:
Carlos Santana (on 1975-12-16)
keyboard:
Tom Coster (on 1975-12-16)
percussion:
Jose Chepito Áreas (on 1975-12-16) and Armando Peraza (on 1975-12-16)
piano:
Leon Patillo (on 1975-12-16)
saxophone:
Jules Broussard (on 1975-12-16)
vocals:
Leon Patillo (on 1975-12-16) and Carlos Santana (on 1975-12-16)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (in 1976), Columbia Records (EMI-owned 1931-1990, worldwide except US, CA, MX, ES, & JP; largely defunct since Jan 1973) (in 1976), Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 – Oct 1, 2008) (in 1976) and Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004, operated worldwide except in JP) (in 1976)
recorded at:
Wally Heider Studios (@ 245 Hyde Street, San Francisco) in San Francisco, California, United States (on 1975-12-16)
recording of:
Europa (Earth’s Cry, Heaven’s Smile) (on 1975-12-16)
composer:
Tom Coster and Carlos Santana
publisher:
Light Music (US publishing label), Rondor Music (London) Ltd. and Wixen Music Publishing, Inc.
4.155:02
3The Sensitive Kind
assistant engineer:
Wayne Lewis (engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Fred Catero
associate producer:
Fred Catero and The Santana Band (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
producer:
Devadip Carlos Santana and Bill Graham (San Francisco Bay Area promoter)
bass guitar:
David Margen
bongos:
Armando Peraza
congas:
Raul Rekow
drums (drum set):
Graham Lear
electric guitar [lead guitar]:
Devadip Carlos Santana
keyboard:
Alan Pasqua
organ and synthesizer:
Richard Baker (US keyboardist for Santana)
percussion:
Devadip Carlos Santana, Armando Peraza, Raul Rekow and Orestes Vilató
timbales:
Orestes Vilató
lead vocals:
Alexander J. Ligertwood
arranger:
Santana (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (in 1981) and Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004, operated worldwide except in JP) (in 1981)
recorded at and mixed at:
The Automatt in San Francisco, California, United States
cover recording of:
The Sensitive Kind
lyricist and composer:
J.J. Cale
publisher:
Audigram Songs, Inc., Warner Chappell Music, Inc. and フジパシフィックミュージック BMG事業部
recording of:
The Sensitive Kind
lyricist and composer:
J.J. Cale
publisher:
Audigram Songs, Inc., Warner Chappell Music, Inc. and フジパシフィックミュージック BMG事業部
3:31
4I Love You Much Too Much
assistant engineer:
Wayne Lewis (engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Fred Catero
associate producer:
Fred Catero and The Santana Band (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
producer:
Devadip Carlos Santana and Bill Graham (San Francisco Bay Area promoter)
bass guitar:
David Margen
bongos:
Armando Peraza
congas:
Raul Rekow
drums (drum set):
Graham Lear
electric guitar [lead guitar]:
Devadip Carlos Santana
keyboard:
Richard Baker (US keyboardist for Santana) and Alan Pasqua
organ and piano:
Richard Baker (US keyboardist for Santana)
percussion:
Devadip Carlos Santana, Armando Peraza, Raul Rekow and Orestes Vilató
timbales:
Orestes Vilató
background vocals and lead vocals:
Alexander J. Ligertwood
arranger:
Santana (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (in 1981) and Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004, operated worldwide except in JP) (in 1981)
recorded at and mixed at:
The Automatt in San Francisco, California, United States
instrumental cover recording of:
I Love You Much Too Much
lyricist:
Chaim Tauber
composer:
Alexander Olshanetsky
translator:
Don Raye
publisher:
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), MCA Music (not for release label use! this is a music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated), Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) and Universal‐MCA Music Publishing (US)
34:41
5Bella
recording of:
Bella
composer:
Sterling Crew, Carlos Santana and Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
publisher:
Light Music (US publishing label) and Urmila Music
4:29
6Stormy
assistant engineer:
Gary Boatner (Engineer)
producer:
Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter (US songwriter & producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004, operated worldwide except in JP) (in 1978)
recorded at:
Western Recorders (@ 6000 Sunset Blvd., part of United Western Recorders studio complex 1957–1985) in Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1978-07 until 1978-08)
recording of:
Stormy (from 1978-07 until 1978-08)
writer:
Buddy Buie and J. R. Cobb
publisher:
Low-Sal Music, Inc.
4:46
7Let the Children Play
recording of:
Let the Children Play
writer:
Leon Patillo and Carlos Santana
publisher:
Light Music (US publishing label) and Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
4:48
8Love Is You
43:50
9Tales of Kilimanjaro
assistant engineer:
Wayne Lewis (engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Fred Catero
associate producer:
Fred Catero and The Santana Band (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
producer:
Devadip Carlos Santana and Bill Graham (San Francisco Bay Area promoter)
bass guitar:
David Margen
bongos:
Armando Peraza
congas:
Raul Rekow
drums (drum set):
Graham Lear
electric guitar [lead guitar]:
Devadip Carlos Santana
keyboard:
Alan Pasqua
percussion:
Devadip Carlos Santana, Armando Peraza, Raul Rekow and Orestes Vilató
piano:
Richard Baker (US keyboardist for Santana)
timbales:
Orestes Vilató
arranger:
Santana (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (in 1981)
recorded at and mixed at:
The Automatt in San Francisco, California, United States
recording of:
Tales of Kilimanjaro
composer:
Devadip Carlos Santana, Alan Pasqua, Armando Peraza and Raul Rekow
publisher:
Light Music (US publishing label), Urmila Music and 日音 Synch事業部
3:26
10Who’s That Lady
additional engineer and additional mixer:
Devon Bernadoni
engineer and mixer:
Paul Ericksen (recording engineer)
producer:
Peter Wolf (Austrian classical/jazz composer/producer, keyboards for Zappa)
bass:
Benny Rietveld (bass guitar player)
bongos and congas:
Armando Peraza
drums (drum set):
Walfredo de los Reyes, Jr. (Latin percussionist (Santana, Chicago))
guitar:
Carlos Santana
keyboard:
Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
background vocals:
Alex Ligertwood and Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
lead vocals:
Alex Ligertwood
arranger:
Peter Wolf (Austrian classical/jazz composer/producer, keyboards for Zappa)
recorded at:
The Plant Studios (1981-2008) in Sausalito, California, United States
mixed at:
Sound Castle Recording Studios (former LA location) in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California, United States
cover recording of:
That Lady
writer:
Ernie Isley, Marvin Isley, O’Kelly Isley, Ronald Isley (a.k.a. Mr. Biggs), Rudolph Isley and Chris Jasper
publisher:
Bovina Music Inc., EMI April Music Inc. and EMI Songs Ltd.
version of:
Who’s That Lady
4:11
11Song of the Wind
producer:
Fred Catero and Carlos Santana
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004, operated worldwide except in JP) (in 1972)
recording of:
Song of the Wind
composer:
Gregg Rolie, Carlos Santana and Neal Schon
publisher:
Careers‐BMG Music Publishing, Inc.
6:06
12Sing Winds, Crying Beasts
engineer:
David Brown (US producer, engineer - Record Plant Studios, Wally Heider Studios) and John Fiore (engineer)
bass guitar:
David Brown (US bassist for Santana/Allman Brothers/31st of February) (on 1970-07-12)
congas and percussion:
Michael Carabello (on 1970-07-12)
congas, percussion and timbales:
José “Chepito” Áreas (on 1970-07-12)
drums (drum set):
Michael Shrieve (on 1970-07-12)
guitar:
Carlos Santana (on 1970-07-12)
keyboard:
Gregg Rolie (on 1970-07-12)
percussion:
Rico Reyes (on 1970-07-12)
tabla:
Steven Saphore (on 1970-07-12)
arranger:
Santana (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004, operated worldwide except in JP) (in 1970)
recorded at:
Wally Heider Studios (@ 245 Hyde Street, San Francisco) in San Francisco, California, United States (on 1970-07-12)
instrumental cover recording of:
Singing Winds, Crying Beasts (on 1970-07-12)
composer:
Michael Carabello
publisher:
Petra Music
4:49
CD 2
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1Oye como va
engineer:
David Brown (US producer, engineer - Record Plant Studios, Wally Heider Studios) and John Fiore (engineer)
producer:
Fred Catero and Carlos Santana
bass guitar:
David Brown (US bassist for Santana/Allman Brothers/31st of February) (on 1970-07-08)
congas and percussion:
Michael Carabello (on 1970-07-08)
congas, percussion and timbales:
José “Chepito” Áreas (on 1970-07-08)
drums (drum set):
Michael Shrieve (on 1970-07-08)
guitar:
Carlos Santana (on 1970-07-08)
keyboard and lead vocals:
Gregg Rolie (on 1970-07-08)
percussion:
Rico Reyes (on 1970-07-08)
tabla:
Steven Saphore (on 1970-07-08)
background vocals:
Rico Reyes (on 1970-07-08) and Carlos Santana (on 1970-07-08)
arranger:
Santana (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (in 1970), Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 – Oct 1, 2008) (in 1970), Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004, operated worldwide except in JP) (in 1970) and Sony Music Entertainment (Italy) S.p.A. (Sony Music Entertainment's IT subsidiary until 2004; company credits only, NOT a release label) (in 1992)
recorded at:
Wally Heider Studios (@ 245 Hyde Street, San Francisco) in San Francisco, California, United States (on 1970-07-08)
part of:
The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 479)
cover recording of:
Oye como va (on 1970-07-08)
lyricist and composer:
Tito Puente
publisher:
EMI Full Keel Music, Full Keel Music, Planetary Music Publ. Corp., Sony/ATV Music Publishing, LLC (1995–2020), Windswept Pacific Music Ltd., イーエムアイ音楽出版 ソニー事業部 (until 2021-06-30) and ソニー・ミュージックパブリッシング EMI外国事業部 (sub‐publisher for foreign (non‐Japanese) works) (from 2021-07-01 to present)
is based on:
Chanchullo
is based on:
Te enseñaré
44:16
2Jingo
cover recording of:
Jin‐go‐lo‐ba (Drums of Passion) (Jingo)
lyricist and composer:
Babatunde Olatunji
publisher:
Blackwood Music Inc. (1953-02-07–1987-12-30), EMI Blackwood Music Inc. and EMI Songs Ltd.
2:49
3Mirage
4:43
4Havana Moon
4:11
5Gitano
assistant engineer:
Susan Foot (recording engineer)
engineer:
Fred Catero and David Rubinson
producer:
David Rubinson & Friends, Inc.
vocals:
Armando Peraza
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (in 1976)
recorded at:
Wally Heider Studios (@ 245 Hyde Street, San Francisco) in San Francisco, California, United States
recording of:
Gitano
writer:
Armando Peraza
publisher:
Light Music (US publishing label)
46:12
6Carnaval
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony Music Entertainment Inc. (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America from 1991–2004, operated worldwide except in JP) (in 1977)
recording of:
Carnaval
writer:
Tom Coster and Carlos Santana
publisher:
Light Music (US publishing label) and Rondor Music (London) Ltd.
2:19
7One Chain (Don’t Make No Prison)
assistant engineer:
Gary Boatner (Engineer)
producer:
Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter (US songwriter & producer)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 – Oct 1, 2008) (in 1978)
recorded at:
Western Recorders (@ 6000 Sunset Blvd., part of United Western Recorders studio complex 1957–1985) in Los Angeles, California, United States (from 1978-07 until 1978-08)
cover recording of:
One Chain (Don’t Make No Prison) (from 1978-07 until 1978-08)
writer:
Dennis Lambert and Brian Potter (US songwriter & producer)
publisher:
ABC/Dunhill Music, Inc. (ended), MCA Music Ltd. (ended), Songs of Universal, Inc., Universal Duchess Music Corp., シンコーミュージック・エンタテイメント and ユニバーサル・ミュージック・パブリッシング Synch事業部
57:12
8Canto de los flores
recording of:
Canto de los flores
writer:
Tom Coster and Santana (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
3:48
9Changes
assistant engineer:
Wayne Lewis (engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Fred Catero
associate producer:
Fred Catero and The Santana Band (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
producer:
Devadip Carlos Santana and Bill Graham (San Francisco Bay Area promoter)
bass guitar:
David Margen
bongos:
Armando Peraza
congas:
Raul Rekow
drums (drum set):
Graham Lear
electric guitar [lead guitar]:
Devadip Carlos Santana
keyboard:
Alan Pasqua
organ and synthesizer:
Richard Baker (US keyboardist for Santana)
percussion:
Devadip Carlos Santana, Armando Peraza, Raul Rekow and Orestes Vilató
timbales:
Orestes Vilató
background vocals:
Alexander J. Ligertwood, Devadip Carlos Santana, Alan Pasqua, Raul Rekow and Orestes Vilató
lead vocals:
Alexander J. Ligertwood
arranger:
Santana (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (in 1981)
recorded at and mixed at:
The Automatt in San Francisco, California, United States
cover recording of:
Changes IV
lyricist and composer:
Cat Stevens (now known as Yusuf Islam)
publisher:
Cat Music Ltd., Freshwater Music Ltd., Irving Music, Inc., Island Music, Inc. (work publisher - NOT related to the Island imprint now owned by UMG) and フジパシフィックミュージック BMG事業部
4:29
10Runnin
1:38
11Searchin
assistant engineer and assistant mixer:
Chris Minto (engineer)
engineer, producer and mixer:
Keith Olsen (US producer and engineer)
associate producer:
Devadip Carlos Santana
bass guitar:
David Margen
bongos:
Armando Peraza
congas:
Raul Rekow
drums (drum set):
Graham Lear
electric guitar [lead guitar]:
Devadip Carlos Santana
keyboard:
Alan Pasqua
organ and synthesizer:
Richard Baker (US keyboardist for Santana)
percussion:
Devadip Carlos Santana, Armando Peraza, Raul Rekow and Orestes Vilató
background vocals:
Alexander J. Ligertwood, Devadip Carlos Santana, Alan Pasqua, Raul Rekow, Chris Solberg and Orestes Vilató
lead vocals:
Alexander J. Ligertwood
arranger:
Santana (US Latin, blues, & rock band)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
CBS, Inc. (US broadcasting company; file no releases here!) (in 1981)
recorded at:
The Automatt in San Francisco, California, United States
mixed at:
Sound City Studios in Van Nuys, California, United States
recording of:
Searchin’
writer:
Alexander J. Ligertwood, Devadip Carlos Santana, <