Santana – Inner Secrets. Selo: Columbia – FC 35600. Formato: Vinyl, LP, Album, Pitman Pressing. Copies included inner picture sleeve. July & August, 1978.
Inner Secrets is a music studio album recording by SANTANA (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1978 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.
Album Name Inner Secrets. 版公司 Columbia Records.
Inner Secrets is the tenth studio album by Santana. It was released in 1978 and marks the start of the phase of Santana's career where he moved away from the fusion of Latin, jazz, rock and blues that marked his previous records and began to move towards an album-oriented rock direction. As such, the album's quality is widely disputed among fans. Stormy" and "One Chain (Don't Make No Prison)" were both hit singles.
Despite the change, the band soldiered on, and with Inner Secrets, they scored three chart singles: the disco-ish "One Chain (Don't Make No Prison)" ( "Stormy" ( and a cover of Buddy Holly's "Well All Right" ( done in the Blind Faith arrangement. There seems to be a Steve Winwood fixation here. The album also featured a cover of Traffic's "Dealer
Album including Album cover. I& sorry! Dear HIGHRESAUDIO Visitor, due to territorial constraints and also different releases dates in each country you currently can& purchase this album. We are updating our release dates twice a week. Thank you for your understanding and patience. On the heels of „Festival came the d „Inner Secrets, with a whole new Santana lineup. Greg Walker is the main man at the microphone this time around on these upbeat, radio-friendly cuts. HighRes-Studio Master files are lossless at various sample rates from 4. kHz up to 384 kHz or 1-bit (. 224 MHz) for DSD. Studio Master: FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec). Widely compatible with Network Streaming players and D/A Converter's (DAC).
Inner Secrets was recorded in the Summer of 1978 and released that Fall. Tom Coster wasn't in the band although he does co produce this with Carlos. New members include: Chris Solberg, Chris Rhyne who took over keyboards from Tom and Armando Peraza. Santana had been heading back to a more mainstream sound since the end of his Jazz era which ended with Borboletta. At the time that Inner Secrets was released, AOR Rock, Funk and Disco were what was in fashion. The band downplays it's Latin and African roots for a more mainstream radio friendly sound . I loved Inner Secrets and have not heard it in twenty years. As soon as I put it on it all came flooding back.