Santana - Inner Secrets
Santana - Inner Secrets
Santana - Inner Secrets
Santana - Inner Secrets
Santana - Inner Secrets
Santana - Inner Secrets
Santana - Inner Secrets
Santana - Inner Secrets

Santana - Inner Secrets

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Carlos Santana – guitar, backing vocals  [click here to see more vinyl featuring Carlos Santana]

Greg Walker – lead vocals

Chris Solberg – guitar, backing vocals

Chris Rhyne – keyboards

David Margen – bass

Graham Lear – drums

Armando Peraza – percussion, backing vocals

Raul Rekow – percussion, backing vocals

Pete Escovedo – percussion

Dennis Lambert - clavinet, backing vocals

Mike Boddicker - synthesizer programming


1 LP, Gatefold Cover

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”



Record Press : RTI

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Columbia

Recorded at Western Recorders, Los Angeles, California. July & August, 1978.

Engineered & mixed by Matt Hyde

Produced by Brian Potter, Dennis Lambert

Remastered by Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1978

Reissued in 2014



Side A :

  1. Dealer / Spanish Rose
  2. Well All Right
  3. One Chain (Don't Make No Prison)
  4. Stormy


Side B :

  1. Open Invitation
  2. Wham!
  3. The Facts Of Love
  4. Life Is A Lady / Holiday
  5. Move On


Reviews :

"Since he had joined Santana in 1972, keyboard player Tom Coster had been Carlos Santana's right-hand man, playing, co-writing, co-producing, and generally taking the place of founding member Greg Rolie. But Coster left the band in the spring of 1978, to be replaced by keyboardist/guitarist Chris Solberg and keyboardist Chris Rhyme. Despite the change, the band soldiered on, and with Inner Secrets, they scored three chart singles: the disco-ish "One Chain (Don't Make No Prison)" (#59), "Stormy" (#32), and a cover of Buddy Holly's "Well All Right" (#69), done in the Blind Faith arrangement. (There seems to be a Steve Winwood fixation here. The album also featured a cover of Traffic's "Dealer.") The singles kept the album on the charts longer than any Santana LP since 1971, but it was still a minor disappointment after Moonflower, and in retrospect seems like one of the band's more compromised efforts." AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann


Ratings :

AllMusic : 2 / 5 , Discogs : 3,76 / 5

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