From December 1971 to April 1972, Carlos Santana and several other members of Santana toured with drummer/vocalist Buddy Miles, a former member of the Electric Flag and Jimi Hendrix's Band of Gypsys. The resulting live album contained both Santana hits ("Evil Ways") and Buddy Miles hits ("Changes"), plus a 25-minute, side-long jam titled "Free Form Funkafide Filth." It was not, perhaps, the live album Santana fans had been waiting for, but at this point in its career, the band could do no wrong. The album went into the Top Ten and sold a million copies.
by William Ruhlmann
1. Marbles (John McLaughlin) - 4:19
2. Lava (Buddy Miles) - 2:14
3. Evil Ways (Clarence A. Henry) - 6:35
4. Faith Interlude (Buddy Miles, Carlos Santana) - 2:13
5. Them Changes (Buddy Miles) - 5:52
6. Free Form Funkafide Filth (Leon Thomas, Buddy Miles, Carlos Santana, Greg Errico, Ron Johnson) - 24:51
*Buddy Miles - Vocals, Drums, Percussion, Congas
*Carlos Santana - Guitar, Vocals
*Neal Schon - Guitar
*Bob Hogins - Organ, Electric Piano
*Ron Johnson - Bass Guitar
*Greg Errico - Drums
*Richard Clark - Drums, Percussion, Congas
*Coke Escovedo - Drums, Percussion, Timbales
*Mike Carabello - Percussion, Congas
*Mingo Lewis - Percussion
*Victor Pantoja - Percussion, Congas
*Hadley Caliman - Flute, Saxophone
*Luis Gasca - Trumpet
1972 Santana - Caravanserai (2011 MFSL Ultradisc)
1967 Electric Flag - The Trip (2011 remaster)
1968-69 Electric Flag - An American Music Band / A Long Time Comin
1968-74 The Electric Flag - Live
Thanks Marios, one of the first lp bought when I was a boy...
Thanks for sharing Marios, great album and perfect rip.
And again, thank you very much for your work - I appreciate it.
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Yeah, i find it in google
thanks for your work
Thank you very much for the 2005 version. To my ears, it's the best one
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