With Santana's fifteenth studio album Freedom he
moved away from the poppy sound of his previous recordings and returned
to the band's original Latin rock. At that moment the band consisted of
nine members, many of them already working together on other records.
“Songs of Freedom” is the centerpiece of the album, and one of the most
petulant songs in rock history. The funky grooves set everything on
fire, while Buddy Miles sings his texts. The great production and
engineering make this a really fine and versatile record.
gained public attention by appearing at the Woodstock festival in 1969.
The Latin influence has always been an important part in their music,
although the band also created some blues rock and pop classics. Even
after all those years Santana is still actively performing.
The Freedom package includes an insert.
- 180 gram audiophile vinyl
- Featuring guests Buddy Miles, Chester D. Thompson (Frank Zappa, Genesis, Weather Report), and many more