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Carlos Santana


Jazz Rock/Fusion

2.36 | 43 ratings

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2 stars After disastrous "Shango", Carlos recorded "Havana Moon" as solo album, with many celebrated guests. It is slightly better than "Shango", if nothing then for the sheer change of style, leaning more towards blues and r'n'b. This album is, again, nothing special but it is pleasant to listen, especially the joyful covers of "Who Do You Love" or the title track. Inclusion of a different, live version of "Tales of Kilimanjaro" (originally appeared on "Zebop!" by Santana band in 1981) makes this record gain an affirmative mark, but you won't miss a thing if you avoid it.
Seyo | 2/5 |


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