Havana Moon (Remastered) Santana
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- 1Watch Your Step04:01
- 3Who Do You Love02:54
- 5One With You05:14
- 7Tales of Kilimanjaro04:51
- 8Havana Moon04:09
- 9Daughter of the Night04:17
- 10They All Went to Mexico04:47
- 11Vereda Tropical04:57
Info zu Havana Moon (Remastered)
"Havana Moon is Carlos Santana's Tex-Mex album. Granted, the pairing of this Latin-rock guitarist with a Texas-based blues band like the Fabulous Thunderbirds is not an image that would readily come to most people's minds when they thought of Tex-Mex music. But for Santana, who grew up in Tijuana listening to the likes of Bobby Bland and Jimmy Reed, a song like Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love" is as much a part of his musical background as a traditional Spanish ballad like "Vereda Tropical," and both of those tunes are included on this LP. More to the point, Santana connects several disparate strains with remarkable ease. "Who Do You Love," for example, uses the same nasty shuffle beat as Diddley's original 1956 recording but mixes in an underpinning of Latin percussion that doesn't so much change the beat as enhance it. Similarly, "Havana Moon" manages to present the Caribbean rhythms Chuck Berry's version could only imply, yet the song never loses its rock & roll charm.
Santana's new take on the Tex-Mex connection is so inspired, in fact, that it's hard to understand why he didn't go all the way with it. Beyond "Who Do You Love" and "Havana Moon," only three other selections feature the T-Birds, and two of those are jazzy instrumentals that owe as much to keyboardist Booker T. Jones (who plays on four T-Bird cuts and sings "Havana Moon") as to Santana. The rest of Havana Moon is given over to various odds and ends, ranging from such predictable Latin rockers as "Watch Your Step," which sounds like a leftover from Abraxas, to such unlikely efforts as "They All Went Down to Mexico," a dreary joke featuring Willie Nelson and a bored Santana rhythm section. It's not so much that Havana Moon is inconsistent — although it's that, too — as it is confusing, jumping from style to style as if Carlos Santana weren't sure what he wanted to do. It's nice to see that he's eager to expand his horizons, but it's disappointing that he undercuts his efforts by attempting to cover all the bases. Havana Moon is a good album that could have been a great one." (Rolling Stone)
"The third Carlos Santana solo album marks a surprising turn toward 1950s rock & roll and Tex-Mex, with covers such as Bo Diddley's "Who Do You Love" and Chuck Berry's title song. Havana Moon songs Produced by veteran R&B producers Jerry Wexler and Barry Beckett, the album features an eclectic mix of sidemen, including Booker T. Havana Moon buy CD music Jones of Booker T & the MG's, Willie Nelson, and the Fabulous Thunderbirds. Havana Moon is a light effort, but it's one of Santana's most enjoyable albums, which may explain why it was also the best-selling Santana album outside the group releases in ten years." (William Ruhlmann, AMG)
Carlos Santana, guitar
Greg Walker, vocals
Willie Nelson, vocals
Jimmie Vaughan, guitar
Orestes Vilato, flute, percussion
Kim Wilson, harmonica
Flaco Jiminez, accordion
Booker T. Jones, keyboards
Barry Beckett, keyboards
Keith Ferguson, bass
Graham Lear, drums
Fran Christina, drums
Armando Peraza, percussion
Recorded at The Automatt, San Francisco; Pedernales Studios, Spicewood, Texas
Mixed at The Record Plant, Sausalito; Sound City Van Nuys
Mastered at Fantasy Studios, Berkeley
Produced by Jerry Wexler, Barry Beckett
Delivered with a level of passion and soul equal to the legendary sonic charge of his guitar, the sound of Carlos Santana is one of the world's best-known musical signatures. For more than four decades—from Santana's earliest days as a groundbreaking Afro-Latin-blues-rock fusion outfit in San Francisco—Carlos has been the visionary force behind artistry that transcends musical genres and generational, cultural and geographical boundaries.
Long before the category now known as “world music” was named, Santana's ever-evolving sound was always ahead of its time in its universal appeal, and today registers as ideally in sync with the 21st century’s pan-cultural landscape. And, with a dedication to humanitarian outreach and social activism that parallels his lifelong relationship with music, Carlos Santana is as much an exemplary world citizen as a global music icon.
Santana's star arrived in the era-defining late 1960s San Francisco Bay Area music scene with historic shows at the Fillmore and other storied venues. The group emerged onto the global stage with an epic set at the Woodstock festival in 1969, the same year that its self-titled debut LP Santana came out. Introducing Santana's first Top 10 hit, “Evil Ways,” the disc stayed on Billboard’s album chart for two years and was soon followed by two more classics — and Billboard #1 albums — Abraxas and Santana III.
Ever since, for more than forty years and almost as many albums later, Santana has sold more than 100 million records and reached more than 100 million fans at concerts worldwide. To date, Santana has won 10 GRAMMY® Awards, including a record-tying nine for a single project, 1999’s Supernatural (including Album of the Year and Record of the Year for “Smooth”) as well as three Latin GRAMMY’s. In 1998, the group was ushered into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, whose website notes, “Guitarist Carlos Santana is one of rock’s true virtuosos and guiding lights.”
Among many other honors, Carlos Santana received Billboard Latin Music Awards’ 2009 Lifetime Achievement honor, and, he was bestowed Billboard’s Century Award in 1996. On December 8, 2013 he was the recipient of the 2013 Kennedy Center Honors Award. Rolling Stone has also named him #15 on the magazine’s list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time” noting that “Santana's crystalline tone and clean arcing sustain make him the rare instrumentalist who can be identified in just one note.” And, with the 2014 release of Corazón, Santana surpassed the Rolling Stones and, along with Barbara Streisand, is one of only two music acts in Billboard history to score at least one Top Ten album for six consecutive decades from the 1960s on.
Santana’s new album Corazón (RCA/Sony Latin Iberia) released May 6, 2014 is a collaborative effort with the biggest names in Latin music including ChocQuibTown, Lila Downs, Gloria Estefan, Fabulosos Cadillacs, Juanes, Ziggy Marley, Miguel, Niña Pastori, Diego Torres, Samuel Rosa of Skank, Cindy Blackman Santana, Romeo Santos, Soledad, Wayne Shorter, and more. This is Santana’s first Latin music album of his iconic career. The album is certified U.S. Latin Double Platinum and was the top selling Latin Music album in the United States for six consecutive weeks. HBO Latino & HBO Latin America celebrated the release with multiple HBO specials through a two part TV event: a behind the scenes reality themed special called “Santana: De Corazón” and the airing of his mega concert and documentary “Santana-Corazón: Live From Mexico, Live It To Believe It.” On September 9, 2014 a DVD/Live CD of the event was released documenting the show in its entirety. Both specials, and the DVD, include performances from the all-star line up that graces the album Corazón.
In the fall of 2014, Carlos Santana released his memoir “The Universal Tone: Bringing My Story to Light” which offers a page-turning tale of musical self-determination and inner self-discovery, with personal stories filled with colorful detail and life-affirming lessons. It's a profoundly inspiring tale of divine inspiration and musical fearlessness that does not balk at finding the humor in the world of high-flying fame, or at speaking plainly of Santana's personal revelations and the infinite possibility he sees in each person he meets. Beyond music, in the lifestyle and entertainment realm, River Of Colors (ROC) has enjoyed tremendous success with the Carlos by Carlos Santana and Unity by Carlos Santana brand names. Founded in 1997, ROC is dedicated to bringing products to market that embody the passion and integrity of Carlos Santana—and that are true to his distinctive style and taste. ROC’s endeavors encompass products including shoes, handbags, headwear and sparkling wine, as well as signature musical instruments including electric guitars and hand percussion instruments. ROC products are distributed at better retail stores internationally. For more information, visit www.santana.com.
The arc of Santana’s performing and recording career is complemented by a lifelong devotion to social activism and humanitarian causes. The Milagro Foundation, originally established by Carlos Santana and his family in 1998, has granted more than five million dollars to non-profit programs supporting underserved children and youth in the areas of arts, education and health. Milagro means “miracle,” and the image of children as divine miracles of light and hope—gifts to our lives—is the inspiration behind its name.
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