This week we turn our attention to Santana. I have a bunch of fond memories of seeing the band in the very early nineties, one night in particular deciding to go at the absolute last minute and being treated to a spectacular performance under a starry summer sky. But to be fair, as much as Santana can offer up soul satisfying sets, they can also dish out some cheesier fare as well, especially since the pop star collaboration days started in the late nineties.
With that in mind here’s a big dose of the former, not the latter: the closing, greatest hits filled set from Carlos Santana’s twentieth anniversary gig, complete with a full band intro from Bill Graham, a monster Soul Sacrifice, and rhythm, rhythm, rhythm. As always, enjoy!