The discography of the rock band Santana formed by the Mexican-American rock guitarist Carlos Santana consists of 25 studio albums, seven live albums, 61 singles and 23 compilation albums. Santana formed in 1967 in San Francisco and was originally known as the Carlos Santana Blues Band. The first members were Carlos Santana (lead guitar), Tom Fraser (lead vocals and rhythm guitar), Mike Carabello (percussion), Rod Harper (drums), David Brown (bass guitar) and Gregg Rolie (organ).
Santana is the third studio album by Santana. The band's second self-titled album, it is often referred to as III to distinguish it from the band's 1969 debut album. The album was also known as Man with an Outstretched Hand. Santana III was also the last Santana album to hit on the charts until Supernatural in 1999. According to Guinness Book of World Records 2005, this is the longest delay between albums ever occurring. The original album was re-released in 1998 with live versions of "Batuka", "Jungle Strut" and a previously unreleased song, "Gumbo", recorded at Fillmore West in 1971 which features lead guitar solos by both Santana and Schon
Album, 1969, Columbia Records. Reissue in 1998 with bonus tracks.
Santana are rock legends who are considered one of the best bands in history and feature Carlos Santana, one of the best guitar players of all time. Formed in San Francisco, California in 1966 by Santana, the group broke in 1969 when they played Woodstock with a legendary performance of "Soul Sacrifice" off their self-titled debut, Santana (1969). This list includes everything from Santana’s sophomore release Abraxas to the most recent album Santana IV, which debuted in 2016.
Santana IV highlights include the Rolie-composed "Anywhere You Want to Go," which will serve as the album's lead single. Ronald Isley, of the Isley Brothers, also guests on two cuts, "Love Makes the World Go Round" and "Freedom in Your Mind. Elsewhere, Santana and Schon tangle on the bluesy "Shake It," recalling their fiery exchanges on Santana III and 1972's Caravanserai. Carlos and I feel more connected than ever," said Schon, who left the Santana band to co-found Journey with Rolie in 1973
|A1||Black Magic Woman|
|A2||No One To Deppend On|
|A3||All The Love Of The Universe|
|A4||Samba de Ausalito|
|A6||Samba Pa Ti|
|B2||Everything's Coming Our Way|
|B3||Give And Take|
|B4||Flora de Canela|
|B6||Oye Como Va|
|HS 12||Santana||Golden Highlights (LP, Album, Comp, RE)||CBS||HS 12||Australia||1985|