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Santana - Marathon/Zebop! flac mp3

Santana - Marathon/Zebop! flac mp3
Album Rock,Latin Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock
Date of release:
November 7, 1994
FLAC vers. size:
1487 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1917 mb
WMA vers. size:
1652 mb
Other formats
4.5 ★

Marathon is the eleventh studio album by Santana. This marked the beginning of the group's commercial slide, in spite of having the Top 40 hit "You Know That I Love You". Alex Ligertwood, who would sing with the group throughout the 1980s, joined the group for this album. Marathon" (Carlos Santana) - 1:28. Lightning in the Sky" (Santana, Chris Solberg) - 3:52. Aqua Marine" (Alan Pasqua, Santana) - 5:35. You Know That I Love You" (Alex Ligertwood, Pasqua, Santana) - 4:26.

Only 9 left in stock (more on the way). All great songs, nothing to dislike, another great album from Santana. I love my LP's, cant wait for HD Vinyl to come out1.

Marathon (Santana album). 1979 studio album by Santana. Zebop! is the twelfth studio album by Santana. The album has had several releases, and several different color backgrounds for the cover have been produced, including pink and red. It featured "Winning," one of Santana's last commercial hits until Supernatural. Track listing - Side on. mage: Santana Zebop Album. Rolling Stone is an American monthly magazine that focuses on popular culture.

Santana is a rock band based around guitarist Carlos Santana and founded in the late 1960s. It first came to public attention after they performed the song "Soul Sacrifice" at the Woodstock Festival in 1969, when their Latin rock provided a contrast to other acts on the bill.

Santana Marathon 30th Anniversary Remaster Friday Music and Factory Sealed. There is a small 1/2 crack in the back of the case-see photo. Condition is Brand New. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Santana 4 LP Lot - Abraxas w/ Poster, Marathon, Shango. All records are in excellent condition except the Self Titled LP has a scuffed label on record. Santana Original Album Classics 5 CD. Marathon.

Santana - original album classics: inner op!/shango/freedom. After the surprising (and cornerstone) album of Marathon, this albumhad me completely worried with its highly unusual (for Santana) artwork which was a little too trendy for me, not to ring a few alarm bells. And from the few I heard on the radio, it was actually confirming my fears. Santana had indeed moved to the 80's also and were trying to survive.


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