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  1. 21 de nov. de 2023 · Inner Secrets (1978) This album was the first step in which Santana was moving away from their signature rock sound and moving forward with funk, disco, and pop elements within their music. Although many fans found this album to be a compromising move from the band rather than an artist change, I still find the album very pleasant to ...

  2. 19 de nov. de 2023 · Santana’s 1978 album, Inner Secrets, is seen by many fans and critics alike as one of the most underrated releases in his discography. The tenth studio release was a turning point for Santana. He began moving away from fusion Jazz/Rock towards an Album Oriented Rock direction.

  3. 8 de nov. de 2023 · What The Best Sides Of Inner Secrets Have To Offer Is Not Hard To Hear. The biggest, most immediate staging in the largest acoustic space; The most Tubey Magic, without which you have almost nothing. CDs give you clean and clear. Only the best vintage vinyl pressings offer the kind of Tubey Magic that was on the tapes in 1978

  4. 22 de nov. de 2023 · Delving into the musical realm of Carlos Santana reveals a colorful tapestry of rhythmic fusions, electrifying guitar solos, and transcendent compositions. His enduring influence on the music industry is reflected in a discography packed to the seams with groundbreaking albums that embody the Santana spirit.

  5. 10 de nov. de 2023 · Inner Secrets checks off a number of key boxes for us here at Better Records: It’s a Personal Favorite; It’s a Rock and Pop Demo Disc; It’s an Album We Think Should Be More Popular with Audiophiles; It’s Part of t he Core Collection of Well Recorded Rock & Pop Albums; Further Reading. New to the Blog? Start Here; What Exactly ...

  6. 9 de nov. de 2023 · Expected Release: 15th Dec 2023. £31.99. Preorder. The third Carlos Santana solo album, titled 'Havana Moon', 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.