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Carlos Santana, Mahavishnu John McLaughlin - Love Devotion Surrender Album
Carlos Santana, Mahavishnu John McLaughlin - Love Devotion Surrender Album
Performer: Carlos Santana, Mahavishnu John McLaughlin
Title: Love Devotion Surrender
Label: CBS/Sony
Country: Japan
Released: 1973
Style: Fusion, Jazz-Rock
Cat: SOPL 200, SOPL-200
Rating: 4.0/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2424 mb | MP3 size: 1359 mb | WMA size: 2206 mb
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Tracklist

1The Life Divine
Written-By – Mahavishnu John McLaughlin
9:32
2Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord
Arranged By – Santana, McLaughlinWritten-By – Traditional
16:09
3Meditation
Written-By – Mahavishnu John McLaughlin
2:22
4Naima
Written-By – John Coltrane
3:10
5A Love Supreme
Written-By – John Coltrane
7:52

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KC 32034Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin - Love Devotion Surrender ‎(LP, Album, San)ColumbiaKC 32034US1973
S 69037Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin - Love Devotion Surrender ‎(LP, Album, Gat)CBSS 69037Turkey1973
S-DAS 2171Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin - Love Devotion Surrender ‎(LP, Album, Gat)DateS-DAS 2171South Africa1973
69037Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin - Love Devotion Surrender ‎(LP, Album)CBS69037Italy1973
S69037Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin - Love Devotion Surrender ‎(LP, Album)SuzyS69037Yugoslavia1976

Credits

  • BassDoug Rauch
  • CongasArmando Peraza
  • Design [Album], Photography By [Cover]Ashok
  • DrumsBilly Cobham, Don Alias, Jan Hammer
  • EngineerGlen Kolotkin
  • GuitarCarlos Santana
  • Guitar, PianoMahavishnu John McLaughlin
  • Liner NotesSri Chinmoy
  • OrganKhalid Yasin (Larry Young)
  • PercussionJames (Mingo) Lewis
  • Photography By [Other]Pranavananda
  • ProducerCarlos Santana, Mahavishnu John McLaughlin

Notes

Comes with fold out insert.

Back cover:
CBS・ソニーレコード株式会社 Ⓟ 1973 CBS, Inc.
CBS/SONY Records Inc. (Tokyo Japan)
® Columbia Broadcasting System, INC. SONY ® Sony Corp. ¥2,000

Insert:
Manufactured by CBS/Sony Records Inc. (Tokyo Japan)

Disc labels:
CBS/Sony Records Inc. Tokyo Japan
Ⓟ 1973 CBS, Inc.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A [Stamped]): SOPL-200A1 1 A 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B [Stamped]): SOPL-200B1 1 B 3
  • Other (Price): ¥2,000

Companies

  • Manufactured By – CBS/Sony Records Inc.

Album

Love Devotion Surrender is an album released in 1973 by guitarists Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin, with the backing of their respective bands, Santana and The Mahavishnu Orchestra. The album was inspired by the teachings of Sri Chinmoy and intended as a tribute to John Coltrane. It contains two Coltrane compositions, two McLaughlin songs, and a traditional gospel song arranged by Santana and McLaughlin. It was certified Gold in 1973. Love Devotion Surrender is an album released in 1973 by guitarists Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin, with the backing of their respective bands, Devotion Surrender - John McLaughlin, Mahavishnu Orchestra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. To hear this recording in the context of not only Carlos Santana's development as a guitarist, but as the logical extension of the music of John Coltrane and Miles Davis influencing rock musicians - McLaughlin, of course, was a former Davis sideman - this extension makes perfect sense in the post-Sonic Youth, post-rock era. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. Released in 1973, Carlos Santana continued his exploration into Jazz. Partnering with John McLaughlin, combining both Santana's and McLaughlin's bands to create a hybrid sound different from his earlier music. That said, this is a very good album as long as you're open to a more jazz influenced sound. As always, Santana's fretwork is perfection a worthy addition to my music library. Complétez votre collection Carlos Santana & Mahavishnu John McLaughlin. Album 1971 7 Songs. A Love Supreme with Mahavishnu Orchestra. Naima with Mahavishnu Orchestra. 7 Songs, 49 Minutes. Released: 31 Dec 1971. 1973, 2003 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. Listen free to Carlos Santana & John McLaughlin Love Devotion Surrender. A hopelessly misunderstood record in its time by Santana fans - they were still reeling from the radical direction shift toward jazz on Caravanserai and praying it was an aberration - it was greeted by Santana devotees with hostility, contrasted with kindness from major-league critics like Robert Palmer. A hopelessly misunderstood record in its time by Santana fans they were still reeling from the radical direction shift toward jazz on Caravanserai and praying it was an aberration it was greeted by Santana devotees with. Love Devotion Surrender is, unsurprisingly, a maelstrom of guitar work. Both leaders bring parts of their respective bands to the sessions, unleashing a powerful set of songs that are either Coltrane interpretations Niama and Pt 1: Acknowledgement, retitled A Love Supreme here or attempts to incorporate some of his approach to music. The combination of Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin, together with members of both men's respective bands, producing an album revisiting the music of John Coltrane proves to be less than the sum of its parts. According to Paul Stumps McLaughlin biography Go Ahead John , John McLaughlin and Carlos Santana met together in 1971. During that encounter, McLaughlin introduced Santana to his guru. To paraphrase from Walter Koloskys 2002 review of the album, McLaughlin persuaded Clive Davis to let the collaboration happen. Incidentally, the personnel of Mahavishnu Orchestra save for Jerry Goodman and Rick Laird and Santana came together at California to craft the album we know today. Neither the featuring guitarists sang on this album, leaving chanting vocal duties to Cuban percussionist Armando Peraz

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