Santana 60th anniversary 1960-2020 signature shirt, hoodie, tank top
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I love to hear more from Peter green he was drowned out by the whole band. Santana 60th anniversary 1960-2020 signature shirt that is a little disrespectful as he wrote the song in the first place Carlos Santana was just showing off I like his playing but give a true legend like Petra green equal show time.
Santana 60th anniversary 1960-2020 signature shirt
The amazing Gregg Rolie on vocals and keyboard. Nice to see them jamming together, they go way back to the 60s in the original Santana. He is the voice of Black Magic Women in the recording, incredible keybord player. Saw him with Ringo and his All Star Band. Carlitos Santana came from Tijuana and since then our music has never been the same, he changed Rock n roll Roll 4 ever with the Latin rhythms. Santana 60th anniversary 1960-2020 signature shirt He is a legend! I was fortunate to have had cousins who put me up on Santana -black Moses – iron butterfly- black Sabbath and so many other greats way back then I’m 62 years young and going strong thanks Carlos The homeless conga player youre talking about is Marcus Malone .The conga player in this video is Michael Carabello the original conga player.Carabello also brought in Jose “Chepito” Areas.The first timbale player in rock.
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I was lucky enough to see you in San Diego at the Balboa theatre a few months ago in April. My head almost exploded when I heard the initial announcement about the tour- I got the best tickets available and was treated to something I thought I’d never live to see. I say go for it with Carlos Brother!! It’d be nothing short of legendary. If this is a picture of the two while they were on tour together, I saw this tour. Di Meola opened for Santana and then he came out and jammed with Santana’s band for one of the encores. It was unbelievable!
Makes me wonder what an album between these two would have been like? Santana with his tone and making melodic instrumentals and passionate solos (referring a bit more to the golden ear in the 70s in that last statement) and Al’s Fire and intensity with complex and powerful phrasing and rapid picking. As long as it wasn’t a ‘battle’ of who’s the best on guitar, I think it’d be brilliant potentially… But if you put them together now, I don’t think it would work, unless it was more ‘pop’ orientated and I doubt Al would go with that, or would he? Over to you Al.