Santana's Greatest Hits is a 1974 compilation album by Santana. It offers highlights from the group's first three albums. It is the band's best-selling compilation album, selling over 7 million copies in the . alone while selling more than 8 million records worldwide. Evil Ways" (Single version) (Clarence "Sonny" Henry) (from Santana, 1969) - 3:00. Jingo" (Babatunde Olatunji) from Santana - 4:22.
Live Carlos Santana & Buddy Miles. Live, Июнь 1972, Sony Music. Santana's Greatest Hits. Compilation, 1974, Columbia Records.
With Santana's Greatest Hits, all the concentration lies on their first three albums, and nothing else. I understand that Carlos Santana wanted to move beyond scoring hit singles starting with Caravanserai, but it would have been nice if some material off that album, and Welcome was included since this comp was released in 1974.
"Robert Christgau: Album: Santana: Santana's Greatest Hits" robertchristgaucom Retrieved 4 September 2011. "Santana: Album Guide" Rolling Stone Retrieved 14 April 2012. "Canadian album certifications – Santana – Santana's Greatest Hits" Music Canada.
Santana - Greatest Hits (1974). 10 - Everybody's everything. More songs by Santana. Hot Lil Reese - What It Do (feat. Fredo Santana) 3 months Classic Rock. Hot Juelz Santana - From Me To U (2003) 6 months Classic Rock. Hot XXXTENTACION - Touch Eem Body (feat. Bass Santana, KinSoul & Reddz SoFly) 6 months Classic Rock. Hot Chief Keef - Bags (Feat. Fredo Santana) 7 months Classic Rock. Hot Juelz Santana - What The Game’s Been Missing! (2005) (re-upload) 7 months Classic Rock. Hot Juelz Santana - From Me To U (2003) 7 months Classic Rock
Santana Greatest Hits from the master guitarist CARLOS SANTANA AND COMPANY. All the great hits are here from the magical first three albums. A great first album if your just getting to know the Magic that is Santana. Oye coma v. lack magic women,evil ways. everybodys everything,everything is coming our way and 5 more classic songs. The Best of Santana Full Album 1998 - YouTube. com/watch?v DdK q3EJ3uY.
Greatest Hits of the '60s. Gary Lewis & The Playboys, Santana, The Fendermen, Joey Dee & The Starliters, Eddie Floyd, Ace Cannon, Jay & The Americans, Wilbert Harrison, Billie Davis, The Bachelors, Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge, Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs.
This list includes everything from Santana’s sophomore release Abraxas to the most recent album Santana IV, which debuted in 2016.