Tag: Santana

Thursday 3/9/23 3pm ET: Feature LP: Santana – Shango (1982)

Shangó is the thirteenth studio album by Santana, released August 1982. The album reached #22 on the Billboard 200 album charts. The single “Hold On” from the album reached number 15 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and number 17 on Billboard’s Top Tracks chart. A second single from the album, “Nowhere to Run”, peaked at number 66 on the Hot 100 chart and number thirteen on the Mainstream Rock chart and a third single reached number 34 in the Mainstream Rock chart.

“The Nile” 4:55
“Hold On” 4:21
“Night Hunting Time” 4:42
“Nowhere to Run” 4:04
“Nueva York” 4:59
“Oxun (Oshūn)” 4:14
“Body Surfing” 4:24
“What Does It Take (To Win Your Love)” 3:24
“Let Me Inside” 3:32
“Warrior” 4:21
“Shangó” 1:44

Alex Ligertwood – vocals, rhythm guitar
Devadip Carlos Santana – guitar, vocals, producer
Richard Baker – keyboards
Gregg Rolie – organ (5), vocals, producer
David Margen – bass
Graham Lear – drums
Armando Peraza – congas, bongos, vocals
Raul Rekow – congas, vocals
Orestes Vilató – timbales, vocals

Tuesday 1/24/23 9pm ET: Feature LP: Santana – All That I Am (2005)

All That I Am is the twentieth studio album by Santana and follow-up to the band’s 2002 Shaman. It was released on October 31, 2005 in most of the world and a day later in the United States. All That I Am follows the format of his previous two studio releases, consisting primarily of collaborations with other artists. The album debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200.

“Hermes” 4:08
“El Fuego” 4:17
“I’m Feeling You” Featuring Michelle Branch and The Wreckers 4:13
“My Man” Featuring Big Boi and Mary J. Blige 4:37
“Just Feel Better” Featuring Steven Tyler 4:12
“I Am Somebody” Featuring will.i.am 4:02
“Con Santana” Featuring Ismaïla and Sixu Toure 3:18
“Twisted” Featuring Anthony Hamilton 5:11
“Trinity” Featuring Kirk Hammett and Robert Randolph 3:33
“Cry Baby Cry” Featuring Sean Paul and Joss Stone 3:53
“Brown Skin Girl” Featuring Bo Bice 4:44
“I Don’t Wanna Lose Your Love” Featuring Los Lonely Boys 4:00
“Da Tu Amor” 4:03

Andy Vargas – lead vocals (1, 2, 7, 13)
Carlos Santana – guitar, background vocals
Chester Thompson – organ
Benny Rietveld – bass guitar
Dennis Chambers – drums
Karl Perazzo – congas, timbales, percussion, background vocals
Raul Rekow – congas, background vocals
Jeff Cressman – trombone
Bill Ortiz – trumpet

Thursday 10/6/22 7pm ET: Feature LP: Santana – Shaman (2002)

Shaman is the nineteenth studio album by Santana. Shaman was released on October 22, 2002, and debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 with first week sales of 298,973. It was certified Double Platinum by the RIAA and Gold in Greece.

The first single of the album was “The Game of Love”, featuring Michelle Branch. “Why Don’t You & I”, featuring Chad Kroeger of Nickelback, was also re-recorded as a single in 2003, which featured Alex Band of The Calling.

Like the previous album, Supernatural, Shaman features various famous rock, hip hop, and pop artists, as well as Spanish opera star, Plácido Domingo.

The album is Santana’s longest studio release to date.

  1. “Adouma” 4:15
  2. “Nothing at All” (featuring Musiq) 4:28
  3. “The Game of Love” (featuring Michelle Branch) 4:15
  4. “You Are My Kind” (featuring Seal) 4:19
  5. “Amoré (Sexo)” (featuring Macy Gray) 3:51
  6. “Foo Foo” (featuring Tabou Combo) 6:28
  7. “Victory Is Won 5:20
  8. “Since Supernatural” (featuring Melky Jean & Governor) 4:32
  9. “America” (featuring P.O.D.) 4:35
  10. “Sideways” (featuring Citizen Cope) 4:41
  11. “Why Don’t You & I” (featuring Chad Kroeger) 4:34
  12. “Feels Like Fire” (featuring Dido) 4:39
  13. “Aye Aye Aye” 4:45
  14. “Hoy Es Adiós” (featuring Alejandro Lerner) 4:37
  15. “One of These Days” (featuring Ozomatli) 5:51
  16. “Novus” (featuring Plácido Domingo) 4:10

Monday 10/3/22 8pm ET: Feature LP: Santana – Santana IV (2016)

Santana IV is the twenty-fourth studio album (thirty eighth album overall) by American rock band Santana, released in April 15, 2016.

  1. “Yambu” 3:27
  2. “Shake It” 4:45
  3. “Anywhere You Want to Go” 5:05
  4. “Fillmore East” 7:44
  5. “Love Makes the World Go Round” (featuring Ronald Isley) 4:20
  6. “Freedom in Your Mind” (featuring Ronald Isley) 5:30
  7. “Choo Choo” 4:10
  8. “All Aboard” 2:03
  9. “Sueños” 5:15
  10. “Caminando” 4:21
  11. “Blues Magic” 4:26
  12. “Echizo” 3:54
  13. “Leave Me Alone” 4:01
  14. “You and I” 4:20
  15. “Come as You Are” 4:52
  16. “Forgiveness” 7:22

Carlos Santana – guitar, vocals
Neal Schon – guitar, vocals
Benny Rietveld – bass
Gregg Rolie – lead vocals, Hammond B3 organ, keyboards
Michael Shrieve – drums
Michael Carabello – congas, percussion, backing vocals
Karl Perazzo – timbales, percussion, vocals
Ronald Isley – lead vocals (5, 6)

Friday 9/30/22 1am ET: Feature Live LP: Santana – Santana IV: Live At The House of Blues (2016)

Santana IV: Live At The House of Blues, released October 21, 2016. The eighth live album release featuring the long anticipated reunion of the classic late-sixties / early-seventies line-up of Santana — Carlos Santana (guitar, vocals); Neal Schon (guitar, vocals); Gregg Rolie (hammond B3, lead vocals); Michael Shrieve (drums) & Michael Carabello (congas, percussion, backing vocals), joined by Karl Perazzo (percussion, vocals), Benny Rietveld (bass) David K. Mathews (keyboards), with special guest vocalist Ronald Isley.

1 Soul Sacrifice
2 Jingo
3 Evil Ways
4 Everybody’s Everything
5 Shake It
6 Anywhere You Want To Go
7 Choo Choo
8 All Aboard
9 Samba Pa Ti
10 Batuka
11 No One To Depend On
12 Leave Me Alone
13 Sueños

1 Caminando
2 Blues Magic
3 Echizo
4 Come As You Are
5 Yambu
6 Black Magic Woman / Gypsy Queen
7 Oye Como Va
8 Ronald Isley Intro
9 Love Makes The World Go Round*
10 Freedom In Your Mind
11 Toussaint L’ouverture

Friday 7/1/22 8pm ET: Feature LP: Santana – Abraxas (1970)

Abraxas is the second studio album by Latin rock band Santana. It was released on September 23, 1970 by Columbia Records and became the band’s first album to reach number one in the United States.

Abraxas was deemed “culturally, historically, or artistically significant” by the Library of Congress and was selected for preservation in their National Recording Registry in 2015.

The album is briefly mentioned in the 2009 film A Serious Man, though the film is set three years before the album was released.

  1. “Singing Winds, Crying Beasts” 4:51
  2. “Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen” 5:24
  3. “Oye Cómo Va” 4:17
  4. “Incident at Neshabur” 4:58
  5. “Se a Cabó” 2:50
  6. “Mother’s Daughter” 4:25
  7. “Samba Pa Ti” 4:45
  8. “Hope You’re Feeling Better” 4:10
  9. “El Nicoya” 1:30

Carlos Santana – lead guitar, backing vocals, producer
Gregg Rolie – keyboards, lead vocals
David Brown – bass
Michael Shrieve – drums
José “Chepito” Areas – percussion, conga, timbales
Michael Carabello – percussion, conga, possible keyboards on “Singing Winds, Crying Beasts”
Rico Reyes – backing vocal on “Oye Como Va”, backing vocal and percussion on “El Nicoya”
Alberto Gianquinto – piano on “Incident at Neshabur”

Friday 7/1/22 1am ET: Live Track Show

Tonight we feature:

Paul McCartney & Wings, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Mariah Carey, Three Dog Night, Paul Young, Elton John, John Mellencamp, REM, Billy Joel, Doobie Brothers, Michael Jackson, Rolling Stones, Richie Sambora, Joe Cocker, Neil Young, Santana, UFO, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Dave Matthews Band, Jason Mraz

Thursday 6/9/22 8pm ET: Feature LP: Santana – Santana III (1971)

Santana is the third studio album by the American rock band Santana. Released in September 1971. The band’s second self-titled album, it is often referred to as III or Santana III to distinguish it from the band’s 1969 debut album. The album was also known as Man with an Outstretched Hand, after its album cover image. It was the third and last album by the Woodstock-era lineup, until their reunion on Santana IV in 2016. It was also considered by many to be the band’s peak commercially and musically, as subsequent releases aimed towards more experimental jazz fusion and Latin music.

The album featured two singles that charted in the United States. “Everybody’s Everything” peaked at No. 12 in October 1971, while “No One to Depend On”, an uncredited adaptation of Willie Bobo’s boogaloo standard “Spanish Grease”, received significant airplay on FM radio and peaked at No. 36 in March 1972. The album also marked the addition of 17-year-old guitarist Neal Schon (who performed notable solos on both singles) to the group.

The original album was recorded at Columbia Studios, San Francisco, and released in both stereo and quadraphonic.

Santana III was also the last Santana album to hit #1 on the charts until Supernatural in 1999. The 2005 edition of Guinness World Records stated that was the longest gap between #1 albums ever occurring (a record which is now held by Paul McCartney since his seventeenth solo studio album, Egypt Station, topped the Billboard 200 chart on 2018, his first since his 1982’s Tug of War). The original album was re-released in 1998 with live versions of “Batuka”, “Jungle Strut” and a previously unreleased song, “Gumbo”, recorded at Fillmore West in 1971 which features lead guitar solos by both Santana and Schon.

  1. “Batuka” (instrumental) 3:35
  2. “No One to Depend On” 5:31
  3. “Taboo” 5:34
  4. “Toussaint L’Overture” 5:56
  5. “Everybody’s Everything” 3:31
  6. “Guajira” 5:43
  7. “Jungle Strut” (instrumental) 5:20
  8. “Everything’s Coming Our Way” 3:15
  9. “Para los Rumberos” 2:47
  10. “Batuka” Live 3:41
  11. “Jungle Strut” Live 5:59
  12. “Gumbo” Live 5:26

Gregg Rolie – lead vocals, keyboards, piano, producer
Carlos Santana – guitar, vocals, lead vocals on “Everything’s Coming Our Way,” producer
Neal Schon – guitar, producer
David Brown – bass, producer, engineer
Michael Shrieve – drums, percussion, producer
José “Chepito” Areas – percussion, conga, timbales, drums, producer
Mike Carabello – percussion, conga, tambourine, vocals, producer
Rico Reyes – percussion, vocals, lead vocals on “Guajira”
Thomas “Coke” Escovedo – percussion, vocals
Luis Gasca – trumpet on “Para los Rumberos”
Mario Ochoa – piano solo on “Guajira”
Tower of Power – horn section on “Everybody’s Everything”
Linda Tillery – background vocals
Greg Errico – tambourine

Tuesday 4/12/22 (9:15pm) 9pm ET: Feature LP: Santana – Inner Secrets (1978)

Inner Secrets is the tenth studio album by Santana. It was released in 1978 and marks the start of the phase of Santana’s career where he moved away from the fusion of Latin, jazz, rock and blues that marked his previous records and began to move towards an album-oriented rock direction. As such, the album’s quality is widely disputed among fans. “Stormy” and “One Chain (Don’t Make No Prison)” were both hit singles. In the Netherlands “Well All Right” was released as a single and reached #22 in the top 40.

Most CD releases of Inner Secrets use a different version of track 3, “One Chain (Don’t Make No Prison)”, than the one that appeared on the original LP, Columbia FC 35600. The version used on most CD releases is an extended disco mix (running time 7:10), that appeared on a 12” single (Columbia 23-10957). The original album version of the track is available on CD in a Japanese Mini LP sleeve, Sony Music SICP 2875, released in 2010 (running time 6:13).

“Dealer/Spanish Rose” – 5:50
“Move On” – 4:27
“One Chain (Don’t Make No Prison)” – 6:13
“Stormy” – 4:45
“Well All Right” – 4:09
“Open Invitation” – 4:45
“Life Is a Lady/Holiday” – 3:47
“The Facts of Love” – 5:28
“Wham!” – 3:24

Greg Walker – lead vocals
Carlos Santana – guitar, backing vocals
Chris Solberg – guitar, backing vocals
Chris Rhyne – keyboards
David Margen – bass
Graham Lear – drums
Armando Peraza – percussion, backing vocals
Raul Rekow – percussion, backing vocals
Pete Escovedo – percussion
Dennis Lambert – clavinet, backing vocals
Mike Boddicker – synthesizer programming

Thursday 1/13/22 6pm ET: RadioMaxMusic Special: The Music of 1981 A to Z – Part 8

This RadioMax special features our Library of music from 1981 A2Z.

We complete letter H and begin I. We feature music from: Police, Peter Cetera, Lulu, Pretenders, Abba, The Who, Glen Campbell, Terri Gibbs, Foreigner, Ronnie Milsap, Phil Collins, Donald Byrd, Carly Simon, Bangles, U2, AC/DC, Santana and many more. . .

6pm to 10pm ET

Thursday 10/21/21 12am ET: Feature LP: Santana – Blessings and Miracles

Blessings and Miracles is the twenty-sixth studio album by American rock band Santana. The album was released on October 15, 2021.

  1. “Ghost of Future Pull / New Light” 1:24
  2. “Santana Celebration” 3:18
  3. “Rumbalero” (featuring Salvador Santana and Asdru Sierra) 3:56
  4. “Joy” (featuring Chris Stapleton) 3:46
  5. “Move” (featuring Rob Thomas and American Authors) 2:45
  6. “Whiter Shade of Pale” (featuring Steve Winwood) 4:53
  7. “Break” (featuring Ally Brooke) 5:16
  8. “She’s Fire” (featuring Diane Warren and G-Eazy) 3:32
  9. “Peace Power” (featuring Corey Glover) 4:40
  10. “America For Sale” (featuring Kirk Hammett and Marc Osegueda) 6:13
  11. “Breathing Underwater” (featuring Stella Santana, Avi Snow and MVCA) 3:34
  12. “Mother Yes” 4:35
  13. “Song for Cindy” 3:49
  14. “Angel Choir/All Together” (featuring Chick Corea and Gayle Moran Corea) 3:17
  15. “Ghost of Future Pull II” 1:47

Thursday 8/12/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Santana – Marathon (1979)

Marathon is the eleventh studio album by Santana. This marked the beginning of the group’s commercial slide, in spite of having the Top 40 hit “You Know That I Love You”. Alex Ligertwood, who would sing with the group throughout the 1980s, joined the group for this album.

“Marathon” – 1:28
“Lightning in the Sky” – 3:52
“Aqua Marine” – 5:35
“You Know That I Love You” – 4:26
“All I Ever Wanted” – 4:02
“Stand Up” – 4:02
“Runnin” – 1:39
“Summer Lady” – 4:23
“Love” – 3:22
“Stay (Beside Me)” – 3:50
“Hard Times” – 3:57

Alex Ligertwood – lead vocals
Carlos Santana – guitars, backing vocals
Chris Solberg – guitars, keyboards, backing vocals
Alan Pasqua – keyboards, backing vocals
David Margen – bass
Graham Lear – drums
Armando Peraza – percussion (timbales), backing vocals
Raul Rekow – percussion (congas), backing vocals

Thursday 6/3/21 2pm ET: Sounds of 2000

Featuring music from 2000 – 2009. This week music from Fantasia, Disturbed, Cher, Elton John, Santana, Bo Bice, Michael Jackson, Black Eyed Peas and more . . .

Tuesday 5/25/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Santana – Zebop! (1981)

Zebop! is the 12th studio album by American rock band, Santana, released April 29, 1981. The album had several releases, and various different color cover backgrounds, including pink and red. The album featured “Winning”, one of Santana’s last commercial hits until 1999 release, Supernatural.

“Changes” – 4:27
“E Papa Ré” – 4:32
“Primera Invasion” – 2:08
“Searchin'” – 3:54
“Over and Over” – 4:46
“Winning” – 3:28
“Tales of Kilimanjaro” – 3:24
“The Sensitive Kind” – 3:32
“American Gypsy” – 3:39
“I Love You Much Too Much” – 4:43
“Brightest Star” – 4:49
“Hannibal” – 3:41

Alex Ligertwood – vocals, background vocals
Carlos Santana – guitar, percussion, producer, vocals, background vocals
Chris Solberg – guitar, keyboards, vocals, background vocals
Alan Pasqua – keyboards, vocals, background vocals
Richard Baker – keyboards, organ, piano, synthesizer
David Margen – bass
Graham Lear – drums
Armando Peraza – bongos, percussion, vocals
Raul Rekow – congas, percussion, background vocals
Orestes Vilató – percussion, timbales, background vocals

Tuesday 11/24/2020 11:15pm ET: Feature LP: Santana – Supernatural Legacy Edition

Supernatural is the eighteenth studio album by Latin rock band Santana, released on June 15, 1999, on Arista Records. After the group found themselves without a label in the mid-1990s, founding member and guitarist Carlos Santana began talks with Arista president Clive Davis, which led to a new record deal. Davis had originally signed the group to Columbia Records in 1969 when he was president of that label. The pair collaborated with A&R man Pete Ganbarg on the production of Supernatural, as Santana wanted to focus his musical direction towards pop and radio friendly material and proceeded to do so by collaborating with various contemporary guest artists, including Eric Clapton, Rob Thomas, Eagle-Eye Cherry, Lauryn Hill, Dave Matthews, Maná, KC Porter and Cee-Lo Green.

Supernatural became a significant commercial success worldwide, generating renewed interest on Santana’s music. It reached No. 1 in eleven countries, including the US for 12 non-consecutive weeks where it is certified 15× Platinum. The first of six singles from the album, “Smooth” featuring Matchbox Twenty singer Rob Thomas, was a number one success worldwide and topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 12 weeks. The next, “Maria Maria”, featuring the Product G&B, was number one in the US for 10 weeks. Supernatural has sold an estimated 30 million copies worldwide.

In 2000, the album was the subject of nine Grammy Awards including Album of the Year, making Santana the first Hispanic to do so, and Best Rock Album, tying the record held by Michael Jackson for the most number of awards in a single night. Davis won Album of the Year. Santana also won three Latin Grammy Awards including Record of the Year.

1. “(Da Le) Yaleo” 5:51
2. “Love of My Life” (featuring Dave Matthews and Carter Beauford) 5:48
3. “Put Your Lights On” (featuring Everlast) 4:47
4. “Africa Bamba” 4:40
5. “Smooth” (featuring Rob Thomas) 4:56
6. “Do You Like the Way” (featuring Lauryn Hill and CeeLo Green) 5:52
7. “Maria Maria” (featuring Sincere (David McRae) and Money Harm (Marvin Moore-Hough) as the Product G&B) 4:21
8. “Migra” 5:24
9. “Corazón Espinado” (featuring Maná) 4:32
10. “Wishing It Was” (featuring Eagle-Eye Cherry) 4:59
11. “El Farol” 4:49
12. “Primavera” 5:17
13. “The Calling” (featuring Eric Clapton) 12:27

“Bacalao con Pan” — 5:08
“Angel Love (Come for Me)” — 4:42
“Rain Down on Me” — 4:01
Featuring Dave Matthews and Carter Beauford
“Corazon Espinado (Spanish Dance Remix)” — 8:49
“One Fine Morning” (Lighthouse Cover) — 5:19
“Exodus/Get Up Stand Up (Bob Marley cover)” — 6:09
“Ya Yo Me Cure” — 4:17
“Maria Maria (Pumpin’ Dolls Club Mix)” — 8:39
“Smooth (Instrumental)” — 4:56
“The Calling Jam” — 4:30
“Olympic Festival” — 6:10