Sacred Fire: Santana Live in South America

Sacred Fire: Santana Live in South America

by Santana


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For their third live album, Santana introduced a new bass player, Myron Dove, and added guitarist Jorge Santana (Carlos Santana's brother), and singer Vorriece Cooper to bring the band up to nine members. Adopting the mantle of Bob Marley, the band played "Esperando," which borrowed Marley's characteristic audience chant. Much of the album is given over to repeating Santana's earliest hits -- "No One to Depend On," "Black Magic Woman," "Soul Sacrifice," -- which should please the band's new record label (it's always good to have versions of the hits in your catalog).

Product Details

Release Date: 11/02/1993
Label: London / Umgd
UPC: 0731452108227
catalogNumber: 521082

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Santana   Primary Artist
Jorge Santana   Guitar
Walfredo Reyes   Percussion,Drums
Myron Dove   Bass,Background Vocals
Alex Ligertwood   Vocals,Background Vocals
Karl Perazzo   Conga,Timbales,Vocals,Background Vocals
Raul Rekow   Percussion,Conga,Background Vocals
Chester Thompson   Keyboards,Background Vocals
Carlos Santana   Guitar,Percussion,Vocals,Background Vocals
Vorriece Cooper   Vocals,Background Vocals

Technical Credits

Michael Shrieve   Composer
José Chepitó Areas   Composer
Gregg Rolie   Composer
David Brown   Composer
Mike Carabello   Composer
Jim Gaines   Engineer
Bruce Jones   Engineer
Babatunde Olatunji   Composer
Craig Silvey   Contributor
Chester Thompson   Producer
Carlos Santana   Composer,Producer

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Sacred Fire: Santana Live in South America 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Simply said: one of Carlos Santana's greatest recordings.