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Caravanserai, released in October 1972, marked a major turning point in Santana's career as it was a sharp departure from his critically acclaimed first three albums. 1971 marked the departure of original bassist David Brown who was replaced by Doug Rauch and Tom Rutley. Keyboardist Gregg Rolie, who was having a falling-out with Santana, was replaced by Tom Coster on a few songs.

The sound contrasted greatly with Santana's trademark fusion of salsa, rock, and jazz, and concentrated mostly on… read more



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  • Avatar for Sydward
    Found this in a bargain bin outside a tie-dye shop in Yellow Springs for a dollar or two. Liked the cover art, and figured I couldn't go wrong with Santana. I was right!
  • Avatar for VultureNation
    One of the greatest albums that I've listened to.
  • Avatar for TiagoVentura
    super masterpiece
  • Avatar for clarisseau
    Santana’s Masterpiece…. IMHO.
  • Avatar for FritzDeMers
    Super album!
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  • Avatar for Robert161989
    what a shitty comparison. Great album. All the Love of the Universe!
  • Avatar for barrospablito
    Best of. Fusion > Latin Rock. Indeed.
  • Avatar for fravog
    My favorite ALBUM !!!
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