Description: Carlos Santana from Autlan Jalisco Mexico performing Soul Sacrifice at Woodstock 69. Great performance.
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The finest musical performance of the entire Woodstock Festival was by Carlos Santana and Band with "Soul Sacrifice". The drummer is off the grid, as is the gent on the Hammond B3 organ. And Carlos, is... well, Carlos at his best. Enjoy!
This live "mono mix" version of "Soul Sacrifice" by Santana at Woodstock 1969 Concert was taken from the Cotillion stereo recording on a Maxell chrome cassette tape that is in very good condition. I was not happy with the overall stereo mix balances(especially through headphones!!), so I made a mono mix from the cassette track and it turned out better than I originally expected(not perfect either as the original live recordings were made under very adverse conditions), but more balanced in center staging perspective on the mono mix here. Recorded with stereo gear on background photo.
Woodstock Festival, 1969, Saturday, August 16, Max Yasgur's farm, Bethel, New York. On stage: Carlos Santana - guitar, vocals Gregg Rolie - organ, piano, vocals David Brown - bass Michael Shrieve - drums Michael Carabello - percussion, congas, timbales José "Chepito" Areas - percussion, conga, timbales
Carlos Santana - guitar Gregg Rolie - vocals, keyboard Jose "Chepito" Areas - percussion Mike Carabello - congas Michael Shrieve - drums David Brown - bass
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Santana - Soul Sacrifice (Album 1969) Live from Woodstock Music Festival 1969 New York USA
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Woodstock Festival History: August 15-16-17 (1969) www.bethelwoodscenter.org Carlos Augusto Alves Santana (born July 20, 1947) is a Mexican rock guitarist. Santana became famous in the late 1960s and early 1970s with his band, Santana, which pioneered rock, salsa and jazz fusion. The band's sound featured his melodic, blues-based guitar lines set against Latin rhythms featuring percussion instruments such as timbales and congas not generally heard in rock music. Santana continued to work in these forms over the following decades. He experienced a resurgence of popularity and critical acclaim in the late 1990s. Rolling Stone named Santana number 15 on their list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time in 2003. He has won 10 Grammy Awards and 3 Latin Grammy Awards. Santana was born in Autlán de Navarro, Jalisco, Mexico. His father was a mariachi violinist, and Carlos learned to play the violin at age five and the guitar at age eight. Young Carlos was heavily influenced by Ritchie Valens at a time when there were very few Latinos in American rock and pop music. The family moved from Autlán de Navarro to Tijuana, the border city between Mexico and California, and then San Francisco. Carlos stayed in Tijuana but joined his family in San Francisco later and graduated from James Lick Middle School and Mission High School there. He graduated from Mission High in 1965. Javier Bátiz, a famous guitarist from Tijuana Mexico, is said to have been Carlos's guitar teacher who taught ...
"...Santana Band, trajo la fusión de rock latino a Woodstock 1969. Ellos comenzaron a tocar a las 2:00 pm el sábado, el día 16 de agosto. Relativamente desconocidos para el público, Santana Band llegó al sentimiento de la muchedumbre bastante bien..." valiosa información aquí: ripplemusic.blogspot.com
Santana brought the Latin Rock Fusion to Woodstock. They started at 2:00 pm on Saturday, the 16th. Relatively unknown for the audience, Santana hit the nerve of the party crowd quite well. 01. Waiting 02. Evil Ways 03. You Just Don't Care 04. Savor 05. Jingo 06. Persuasion 07. Soul Sacrifice 08. Fried Neckbones And Some Home Fries Carlos Santana - guitar, vocals, maracas, cowbell Gregg Rolie - vocals, keyboards, maracas, tambourine, jingle bells Jose "Chepito" Areas - percussion, trumpet Mike Carabello - congas Michael Shrieve - drums David Brown - bass Their debut album Santana was released in the same month. The band had just played local gigs in the San Francisco area so they were relatively unknown. Their set was powerful and magical at the same time. Santana used to have a massive percussion section at that time and drummer Michael Shrieve added his personal note, especially during the drum solo of "Soul Sacrifice".
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