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Santana (Legacy Edition)(2CD) Original recording remastered, Extra tracks

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Expanded 'Legacy Edition' reissue of the rock icons' 1969 debut alum includes a bonus disc with 13 tracks, 'Fried Neckbones', 'Soul Sacrifice', 'Persuasion', 'Treat', 'Shades Of Time', 'Jingo', 'Waiting', 'You Just Don't Care', 'Savor', 'Jingo', 'Persuasion', 'Soul Sacrifice', & 'Fried Neckbones'.

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  • Audio CD (October 19, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Extra tracks
  • Label: Columbia / Legacy / Sony
  • ASIN: B00064ADNY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,128 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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71 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Steve Vrana HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on January 18, 2005
Format: Audio CD
While this marks the second remastering and repackaging of Santana's debut, this two-disc set is worth the price of admission. Originally released in August of 1969,the same month as their stunning performance at Woodstock, Santana released one of the strongest albums of their thirty-year-plus career. But while their debut was a wonderful collection of terrific songs--"Evil Ways, "Jingo," "Persuasion"--they were an even better live band.

The 1998 reissue featured three of their songs from Woodstock, including the 11:49 gem "Soul Sacrifice." This 2004 Legacy edition includes their entire Woodstock set (with the exception of "Evil Ways"), adding four more songs: "Waiting," "You Just Don't Care, "Jingo" and "Persuasion."

Additional material on the bonus disc are studio sessions of songs like "Soul Sacrifice" and ""Persuasion" that were recorded before drummer Michael Shrieve and percussionist Joe Areas were brought into the band, revealing compelling but alternate performances of these songs.

Even if you already own the 1998 remaster, this is the definitive release. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By J. R Sategna on November 3, 2004
Format: Audio CD
If you like the early first 3 albums by Santana, this is definitely the 2 CD set to get--the 1st album is remastered very clearly, the jam sessions are very clear, it shows you what the early band was like without Mike Shrieve as drummer just before it recorded the 1st album. You really can tell the difference--Mike Shrieve was and still is a supurb drummer and made Santana rock out. The booklet included with this is great with alot of comments from Greg Rolie, the original keyboardist and singer. The whole Woodstock concert is here--remastered perfectly and very clear with an added unknown song at the end of the set. The practice sessions before the actual album recording were great-extended songs --sounds great!!! I highly recommend this 2 CD set for any Santana fan or collector--it is definitely worth it. Rock on with sixties rock--SF style!!!!!!!!
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Saxman on July 17, 2009
Format: Audio CD
There are now two expanded editions of "Santana" (sometimes referred to as "Santana 1"). This is the version fans of the "Woodstock Era" band should buy. The other vesion is "The Woodstock Experience," released a couple of weeks ago at the time of this review.

This version has superior remixing/remastering of the first album, outtakes from the first album, the "almost complete" Woodstock set ("Evil Ways" is missing) and the sessions for the band's unreleased first attempt at their debut album.

The bonus tracks of the first crack at their debut album are minus the world-class percussion section of the amazing Mike Shrieve (drums), Mike Carabello (congas) and the incomparable Jose "Chepito" Areas (timbales, trumpet solo on "Fried Neckbones" from Woodstock). It's interesting to hear the band with Marcus Malone (congas) and Doc Livingston (drums) on these six tracks and how much the music and arrangements grew in just a few short months.

I found the remastering (if it is such) of "The Woodstock" experience to be much harsher and too high end. Most of the onstage banter is removed from the Woodstock set and the overall mix of the debut album sounds like the original CD release in the late 1980s, it's so harsh, ill defined and compressed, as is the Woodstock set.

"Santana 1" is a classic album, one of my all-time favorites from the Santana BAND, when it was such, not a backup unit for Carlos and his guitar solos. Everyone shines on this album in beautiful, remastered sound. Carlos had something special with this band and he was never to recapture the kind of musical ESP he enjoyed with supreme keyboardist/lead vocalist Gregg Rolie.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Richard B. Luhrs on June 16, 2009
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In an era when rock bands were largely divided between the songwriting and jamming camps, Santana offered a best-of-both-worlds option with a string of fine albums pairing tightly constructed chart hits with jazzily extended instrumental workouts. 1969's SANTANA was the first of these, and it set the blueprint for what was to follow in impressive fashion.
Opening with the dark, funky instrumental "Waiting," SANTANA slides in chameleonesque fashion through the irresistible world-rock grooves of "Evil Ways" and "Persuasion," the nuanced late-night jazz of "Treat," "You Just Don't Care"'s stomping blues, the African heaviness of "Jingo" and a kitchen-sink mixture known to all as "Soul Sacrifice," without ever once coming off as patchy. This is an exciting debut from a talented young band, and while that band would begin topping it with its very next release SANTANA deserves a place in any comprehensive rock music collection.
The bonus material on this "Legacy Edition" reissue is good as well, though mostly of interest to hardcore fans. It's nice to have Santana's entire Woodstock performance available at last, but most of these tunes are actually done better - and at greater length - on the superb LIVE at the FILLMORE 1968. As for the alternates and outtakes, they don't vary enough from the released versions to compel the casual listener's interest, although Santana troopers will certainly appreciate them. (I must say, however, that four versions of "Soul Sacrifice" strikes me as a bit much for anybody.) The untitled "Studio Jam" is the most intriguing thing here, a nice instrumental number, otherwise unavailable, which would have sounded fine on the album.
While most folks would no doubt be better satisfied with the single-disc reissue of SANTANA (which also features three Woodstock workouts), this expanded package should satisfy the heartiest appetite and then some. Forty years later, the magic blend still does the trick.
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