Santana - Samba Pa Ti / Oye Coma Va album FLAC
Ottmar Liebert & Luna Negra Samba Pa Ti (Thru Every Step In Life U Find Freedom From Within) Dedicated 2 Carlos 04:12. Santana Medley Samba Pa Ti/El Manisero/Forest Flower n' 06:42. Santana Samba Pa Ti 04:25. Carlos Santana Samba Pa'ti 04:35. Santana Samba Pa Ti 04:43. Santana Samba Pa Ti 04:31. Omnibus Media - Karaoke Tracks Samba Pa Ti 04:36. Santana Samba Pa Ti 08:45.
Samba Pa Ti. Santana. Download MP3. MP3 320Kbps, 1. 2 Mb MP3 128Kbps, . Mb. Dar Um Jeito (We Will Find A Way). Avicii, Wyclef Jean, Santana, Alexandre Pires, Santana & Wyclef feat. Avicii & Alexandre Pires. Oye Como Va.
Album, 1969, Columbia Records. Reissue in 1998 with bonus tracks. 2. Evil Ways (S. Henry). Album, 1970, Columbia Records. 1. Singing Winds, Crying Beasts. Black Magic Woman, Gypsy Queen. 3. 4. Incident at Neshabur. 6. Mother's Daughter. 7. Samba Pa Ti. 8. Hope You're Feeling Better. Single, 1970, CBS Records.
Oye Como Va" Released: 1971. Hope You're Feeling Better" Released: 1971. Abraxas is the second studio album by Latin rock band Santana. It was released on September 23, 1970 by Columbia Records. 3 Cover art. 4 Critical reception The instrumental, "Samba Pa Ti" ("Samba for You"), was written by Santana after he saw a jazz saxophonist performing in the street outside his apartment. It was later covered by José Feliciano, who added lyrics, and also by Angélique Kidjo, who put lyrics in Yoruba on her album Oyo. It is also one of the tracks featured in Nick Hornby's book, 31 Songs. Cover art. The album cover features the 1961 painting Annunciation by German-French painter Mati Klarwein. According to the artist, it was one of the first.
Samba Pa Ti" has been well covered over the past 40 years, with other artists adding their own lyrics to the song, which has popped up in everything from books to TV shows. From: 'Santana' (1969). Jingo" started life as a song called "Jin-go-lo-ba," which appeared on Nigerian percussionist Olatunji's terrific 1959 album Drums of Passion. Like other world-music songs Santana covered in the '60s and '70s, their take on "Jingo" injects some San Francisco rock aesthetic into the universal groove. Latin-music legend Tito Puente wrote and recorded "Oye Coma Va" in 1963, but it's Santana's souped-up version from their second album, Abraxas, that most people know. Santana actually stick pretty close to Puente's original melody, replacing the mambo-style horns with searing guitar lines and rich organ fills.
com/release/369242" Santana Abraxas
santana oye como va, samba pa ti. Columbia 4-45330 red label. Price : . 9 € . 2 €. Format : 7inch x 1. Cover condition : NA (Not applicable) Media condition : VG+ (Very Good +).
Samba Pa Ti is a latin rock/soul music boxset, compilation recording by SANTANA released in 1988 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Santana - Oye Como Va b/w Samba Pa Ti - VG Vinyl 45 -1971 Columbia - Latin Rock.
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|A||Samba Pa Ti
Written By – Carlos Santana
|B||Oye Como Va
Written By – T. Puente
NotesReleased In The Do You Remember Serie
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|CBS 7046||Santana||Oye Como Va / Samba Pa Ti (7", Single)||CBS||CBS 7046||Spain||1971|
|CBSA 82101||Santana||Oye Como Va (7", Single)||CBS/Sony||CBSA 82101||Japan||1970|
|4-45330||Santana||Oye Como Va (7", Single)||Columbia||4-45330||Canada||1971|
|4-45330||Santana||Oye Como Va (7", Single)||Columbia||4-45330||US||1971|
|RT 669 161||Santana||Oye Como Va / Samba Pa Ti (7", EP)||Royal||RT 669 161||Iran||Unknown|