Illuminations Alice Coltrane Carlos Santana, pbs american eagle
1 /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/passenger-2.2.15/lib/phusionpassenger/spawnmanager.rb 253 in spawnrailsapplication' . Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd. The album starts off with some simple chanting, but what you get after is lot of orchestrated passages with Alice Coltrane giving some nice harp playing (it's to be pointed out, not just by me, that Alice Coltrane was one of the few musicians in jazz to incorporate a harp) and Carlos Santana his trademark guitar playing. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Much of this seems more in the Third Stream vein. This 1970s album-related article is a stub. This album has surprisingly little Latin influences, mainly on "Angel of Sunlight" itself, but a lot of the percussion came from tablas, rather than congas and timbales, although the congas do appear as the intensity increases and the sitars (or perhaps tambouras) disappear.Mainstream Santana fans (who mostly enjoy the band for the hits, be it from the first three albums, or latter-day fans who came to Santana circa 1999 when "Smooth" with Rob Thomas became a huge hit) will probably have a hard time relating to this album. 0 /usr/local/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/passenger-2.2.15/lib/phusionpassenger/railz/applicationspawner.rb 227 in start' . Jazz musicians Jules Broussard, Jack DeJohnette and Dave Holland also contributed to the record, on saxophone, flute, drums and bass. I didn't go expecting an extension of the Santana sound because I realize this was a project outside the scope of the regular Santana releases.