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8 thoughts on “ No One To Depend On - Santana - Sacred Fire, Live In Mexico (VHS)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the DVD release of Sacred Fire, Live In Mexico on Discogs/5(17).
  2. temppostaiteenmillmehangmoperlinato.xyzinfo: SANTANA - SACRED FIRE. LIVE IN MEXICO ⓈⒺⒶⓁⒺⒹ BRAND NEW: Movies & TV/5().
  3. Recorded live in Mexico City, May 22 & 23, Original release date Running time: 97 min.4/5(1).
  4. No one to depend on. Wings of grace. Black magic woman. Gypsy queen. Oye como va. Samba pa ti. Guajira. Open invitation. Make somebody happy. Toussaint L'overture. Soul sacrifice. Don't try this at home. Europa. Ji-go-lo-ba. Sacred fire Live in Mexico: Responsibility: produced by Carlos Santana and Chester Thompson ; directed by Peter Nydrle.
  5. Sacred Fire: Santana Live in South America is a nice recording of an early 90's Santana concert. The sound quality is first-rate. The musicians, while very good, are no match for the Santana band of the late 60's and early 70's. Of course, Carlos Santana's fiery guitar still has the power to carry the show/5(64).
  6. En ese sentido, este Sacred Fire se señalaba como un exclente live, con lo mejor del Santana setetero, junto con versiones más fieras de temas actuales. De hecho, para muchos criticos, éste es el único disco salvable de todo ese largo período. Escucharlo ha sido una enorme decepción, porque no aparece por ningún lado esa mezcla ni esa Reviews:
  7. Sacred Fire: Live in South America is an album by Santana, released in This album is dedicated to the life of Cesar Chavez. "Live in South America" is not correct, since Mexico does not belong to South America.. There is also a video of this album, by the similar name of Sacred Fire: Live in Mexico, featuring additional songs not featured on the temppostaiteenmillmehangmoperlinato.xyzinfo: Latin rock, Chicano rock, jazz rock.
  8. Sacred Fire: Santana Live in South America is a nice recording of an early 90's Santana concert. The sound quality is first-rate. The musicians, while very good, are no match for the Santana band of the late 60's and early 70's. Of course, Carlos Santana's fiery guitar still has the power to carry the show/5(47).

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