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Let There Be Light / Spririts Dancing in the Flesh (7:23) 2. Gypsy Woman (4:23) 3. It's a Jungle Out There (4:33) 4. Soweto (Africa Libre) (5:07) 5. Choose (4:14) 6. Peace on Earth.
Mother Earth. Third Stone From the Sun (4:23) 7.
Full Moon (4:33) 8. Who's That Lady (4:14) 9.
Adobe Lightroom Cracked Apk Market. Jin-Go-Lo-Ba (4:52) 10. Goodness and Mercy (4:32) Total Time: 48:19 Line-up/Musicians Lead Vocals, Narrator – Tramaine Hawkins Bass – Alphonso Johnson, Keith Jones,Benny Rietveld Lead Vocals – Stephen King,Bobby Womack,Alex Ligertwood Choir – Charisse Dancy, Darryl Williams, De Anna Brown, Kevin Swan Butler, Lovetta Brown, Lynice Pinkard, Marjo Keller, Sandra Hunter Producer, Keyboards – Chester Thompson Vocals – Walter A.
Redmond Drums – Walfredo Reyes Congas – Armando Peraza Keyboards – Devon Bernardoni Choir [Director] – Edwin M. Bass – Benny Rietveld Backing Vocals – Jim Gilstrap, Kevin Dorsey, Oren Waters, Phillip Ingram Saxophone [Soprano & Tenor] – Wayne Shorter Guitar – Vernon Reid Timbales, Vocals – Orestes Vilato Guitar,Narrator,Tambourine, Vocals [Group Chant],Backing Vocals – Carlos Santana About this release CBS – 466913 1 (Netherlands/Greece) Thanks to for the updates SANTANA MP3, Free Download/Stream. I jumped aboard the Santana bandwagon the minute I heard their debut album in the summer of ’69 and stayed on until fall of ’73 when they laid the unconscionable “Welcome” egg on the passengers, revealing themselves as mortal and capable of stupidly tripping on their bellbottoms. While they did make some amends a year later (with the uneven but decent “Barboletta” LP) for me the thrill was gone and I stopped buying their records on blind faith. In fact, it wasn’t until a few years ago when I picked up a used vinyl copy of the double disc set from ’77, “Moonflower,” that I deliberately sampled anything from the group released between the mid 70s up through 99’s “Supernatural.” That’s 11 studio albums from a band I like that I totally ignored for decades (which shows you how much I love and cherish their first four classic records). It’s not that I thought all that much less of them; I just chose to spend my music budget elsewhere for 24 years.