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HQ Sony Legacy 180 gram vinyl edition of landmark 1970 album featuring "Black Magic Woman" & "Oye Como Va"

Track Listings

Disc: 1

1 Singing Winds, Crying Beasts
2 Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen
3 Oye Como Va
4 Incident at Neshabur

Disc: 2

1 Se a Cabo
2 Mother''s Daughter
3 Samba Pa Ti
4 Hope You''re Feeling Better
5 El Nicoya

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Lonnie Stoner
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Be warned ,There are a lot of good 5.1 Mix CDs but this is not one of them.
Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2020
Not sure who mixed this but if Carlos Santana heard it he would not be happy with it. The sound quality is Unacceptable. The person in charge of quality control for this should be ashamed of themselves. What a disappointment you could not even hear the keyboard on... See more
Not sure who mixed this but if Carlos Santana heard it he would not be happy with it. The sound quality is Unacceptable.
The person in charge of quality control for this should be ashamed of themselves. What a disappointment you could not even hear the keyboard on
Samba Pa Ti . I was excited when I ordered it and very disappointed when I heard it. It’s not even worth one star.
I don’t normally give bad reviews but this album means a lot to me and I was very heartbroken to hear it mangled in this way.
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L.G. Pioneer
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
At Last ABRAXAS In Quadraphonic
Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2020
THIS IS A REVIEW OF THE DTS 5.1 CD VERSION OF SANTANA''S ABRAXAS ALBUM. Back in 1970 I was one of those stereo guys who bought the latest 4 channel SQ Quadraphonic equipment. One of the first Quad vinyl albums I got was Santana''s ABRAXAS. The 4 channel Quad... See more
THIS IS A REVIEW OF THE DTS 5.1 CD VERSION OF SANTANA''S ABRAXAS ALBUM.

Back in 1970 I was one of those stereo guys who bought the latest 4 channel SQ Quadraphonic equipment. One of the first Quad vinyl albums I got was Santana''s ABRAXAS. The 4 channel Quad re-mix was fantastic. Wind and cymbals swirling around the room. Carlos''s great solos moving from speaker to speaker with the beat. None of that happens in the original regular stereo mix. This entire album was completely re-mixed just for the Quad LP release. I thought I would never hear that great re-mix again.

Then I found this DTS 5.1 CD version of ABRAXAS here on Amazon. I never knew they could do 5.1 discrete channels on a basic CD, but they obviously can. I bought this DTS 5.1 version and played it. Instant memories of 1970 flew through my head as I heard the original 4 channel SQ Quad re-mix from way back then.

This DTS 5.1 CD will play on any DVD or BluRay player. And as long as you connect the player to the amp using a digital HDMI, Coaxial Digital or Fiber Optic cable, any of the DTS 5.1 CD''s will deliver full 5.1 surround channels. An important note... the surround amp must be capable of decoding the DTS soundtrack format from movies. Most of today''s newer Home Theater amp and good brand name surround amps have the Dolby Digital and DTS formats built in. This is due to the high amount of movies on DVD and BluRay that use the DTS encoding exclusively. If you only use the left and right analog audio cables, you will only hear normal 2 channel stereo. You must use a digital audio connection to hear the full DTS 5.1 surround audio.

There are two things I noticed instantly. The old SQ Quad format on vinyl was not a discrete 4 channel separation. It was a passive separation. That was because the rear 2 channels were matrixed on the front regular 2 stereo channels. But this DTS 5.1 CD is 100% discrete. like any 5.1 movie soundtrack. All 4 channels are completely independent from each other. The separation is incredible and easily noticed.

The second thing that I noticed that seemed a bit odd is the missing deep bass that I remember well in the original Quad LP and today in my MP3 download of the album. All of the other frequency response tones are very clean and crisp. But most of the bass is missing. There is a slight amount of bass heard in a few tracks, but most sound flat.

It is still worth every penny to have this old favorite Quad mix of ABRAXAS back in my library. What I do not understand is, if DTS can encode 5.1 discrete audio channels on a basic CD that plays in any CD, DVD, and BluRay player, then why doesn''t the recording studios make all CD''s a 4.0 or 5.1 surround mix. It seems to work very well. What are they waiting for?
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Mark BarryTop Contributor: Folk Rock
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
“…Is That You?” - Abraxas by SANTANA (2008 Mobile Fidelity ULTRADIC DISC II Audiophile CD Remaster)
Reviewed in the United States on August 19, 2014
There is a long line of classic Rock albums given multiple CD reissues with each issue claiming to be sonically better than the last - and Santana''s 2nd album "Abraxas" from 1970 is no different. To my knowledge this is reissue number 4 - a 1980''s basic version best... See more
There is a long line of classic Rock albums given multiple CD reissues with each issue claiming to be sonically better than the last - and Santana''s 2nd album "Abraxas" from 1970 is no different. To my knowledge this is reissue number 4 - a 1980''s basic version best forgotten, a 1991 Mobile Fidelity ULTRADISC II audiophile CD remaster (UDCD 552), followed by a 2003 Song Legacy CD with 3 bonus live tracks and a proper Vic Anesini Remaster - and now this - a second MOFI "Original Master Recording" audiophile CD in 2008 using their GAIN 2 SYSTEM transfer. Here are the naked lady details...

US released April 2008 on Mobile Fidelity UDCD 775 (use Barcode 821797077569 in the search bar to locate the right issue) - their Santana''s "Abraxas" comes in over-sized hard-card repro packaging that mimics the September 1970 original US LP - gatefold sleeve and all (37:30 minutes). It was originally released September 1970 in the USA on Columbia KC 30130 and November 1970 in the UK on CBS Records S 64087 (in a single sleeve without a poster - American originals had a beautiful black and white foldout poster of the six-piece band that is unfortunately AWOL in this repro). This Mobile Fidelity CD is a 24-Carat Gold Audiophile issue - itself housed in a protective gauze sleeve within a black and gold gatefold card inner that gives detailed information about their ULTRADISC II range and their patented GAIN 2 SYSTEM of remastering from the first generation Original Master Tape. It''s a limited edition and numbered on the rear in gold (up to 10,000).

Mobile Fidelity used to only use ''lift-lock'' jewel cases with barely any reference to the original packaging - but in the last six or seven years - most of their ULTRADISC II releases now come in these aesthetically pleasing card repro sleeves that at least give some recognition of the original artwork. It has to be said MOFI''s improved efforts still don''t really hold a candle against the superlative Japanese reissues on SHM-CD, SACD and now Platinum SHM-CD (they seem to have card repros down to a very fine art). The most obvious thing about this new issue is that you can barely read the album title on the famous and striking MATI painting that adorns the cover. The wordless colour photo that spread across the inner gatefold of original American LPs is here (with some new wording on it) but what would it have taken to reproduce the lovely poster as a separate foldout inlay? Instead we get a pointless gatefold colour repro of the album artwork again (albeit ''without'' the album title and with more readable songwriting credits).

ROB LoVERDE and SHAWN R. BRITTON carried out the remaster at Mobile''s studios in Sebastopol, California using their GAIN 2 SYSTEM. According to the Net and discussion forums the big news is (although it doesn''t say this anywhere on the packaging) that a mastertape has been found that precedes all others and apparently has for the first time the ''right'' STEREO channel separation on it (left and right) - whereas all previous issues (including their own) used the old ''wrong'' version with the channels arse-about-face. Certainly the sonic results are impressive - especially in the dense bottom end of Bass and Percussion.

The opening piano, high hat and percussion tinkles rattling out of "Singing Winds, Crying Beasts" (written by the band''s Conga player Mike Carabello) is newly clear and when the rhythm section kicks in - the bass and congas are fabulous. It segues into the double cover version of "Black Magic Woman" (Peter Green''s Fleetwood Mac) and "Gypsy Queen" (a Gabor Szabo song). The vocals are great and that big guitar break half way through is now muscular as it assaults your speakers. The funky single "Oye Coma Va" (a Tito Puente song) is sonically probably best on here - second only to that great shagging song "Samba Pa Ti". "Samba..." is hissy but still full of extraordinary presence (millions of babies ahoy).

Both the Jose "Chepito" Areas songs "Se A Cabo" (the rough translation from Spanish is "its over") and the album finisher "El Nicoya" have fantastic rhythm section definition even as Carlos lets it rip. The more rocky Gregg Rolie songs - "Mother''s Daughter" and "Hope You''re Feeling Better" break up the Latin rhythms nicely - and as the band starts to boogie - the guitars are suitably chunky and the vocals good too.

This is an impressive release - and makes me want to invest in the MOFI reissues of their 1969 debut and especially 1972''s "Caravanserai" with its gorgeous "Song Of The Wind" track.

Worth the few extra quid/bucks? I''d say so...
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Mark
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Classic album, average surround
Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2020
This is a classic Santana album, and I was looking forward to hearing the 5.1 mix (modified Quad mix) It is a little disappointing, and I generally find these modified Quad mixes should just be left as Quad mixes. It seems when they modify them for 5.1 the results are... See more
This is a classic Santana album, and I was looking forward to hearing the 5.1 mix (modified Quad mix)
It is a little disappointing, and I generally find these modified Quad mixes should just be left as Quad mixes. It seems when they modify them for 5.1 the results are rarely great.
If you see this at a decent, cheaper price, it may be worth having, but there are many other surround albums I would recommend before this one.
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D. Dietiker
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great sound (vinyl)
Reviewed in the United States on November 29, 2018
Noticed a previous review about the vinyl version and it being off center. Also noticed it was submitted in 2015. The vinyl version I purchased is from 2016 (currently on amazon) the sound is great. Yes the album artwork is dull and not as sharp as I remember. This is so... See more
Noticed a previous review about the vinyl version and it being off center. Also noticed it was submitted in 2015. The vinyl version I purchased is from 2016 (currently on amazon) the sound is great. Yes the album artwork is dull and not as sharp as I remember. This is so much better sounding than the 8 track version I had back in the day. Sounds as good as my other original albums bought in the early 70s.
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S. Scott
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great Album, but I Wish this Remaster Were Truer to the Original Recording
Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2018
Everyone knows the greatness that is this record. This remastered version of the CD is louder, brighter, and more compressed than the original. I like the original much better. The good news is, if you download the MP3 files with your purchase of the CD, those... See more
Everyone knows the greatness that is this record. This remastered version of the CD is louder, brighter, and more compressed than the original. I like the original much better.

The good news is, if you download the MP3 files with your purchase of the CD, those files are ripped from the original. Too bad they aren''t lossless, but they are high quality and certainly better than nothing.

See if you can find an earlier release. You won''t regret it.
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pabloran1965
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Invite like-minded individuals, bring an ounce and this is a party!
Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2021
I must have heard oy como va thousands of times since 1970 lol but on vinyl? Wow! A classic that can be put out there today and smash! The album cover art is spot on to accompany the beautiful sounds (Samba Pa Ti!!) of this album. Vinyl is making a comeback (just look... See more
I must have heard oy como va thousands of times since 1970 lol but on vinyl? Wow! A classic that can be put out there today and smash! The album cover art is spot on to accompany the beautiful sounds (Samba Pa Ti!!) of this album. Vinyl is making a comeback (just look at the crazy prices!!) but some music like this album deserves the extra dip in your wallet.
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Thomas J Miller
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I missed you ABRAXAS
Reviewed in the United States on June 23, 2019
Another trip back in time. Another vinyl album sold in a Garage sale--Man! That was a mistake! I really enjoy the talent of all the musicians in Santana music. Fantastic rythms and sound--I blast all my new Santana albums to get as close as I can to the music. I have a... See more
Another trip back in time. Another vinyl album sold in a Garage sale--Man! That was a mistake! I really enjoy the talent of all the musicians in Santana music. Fantastic rythms and sound--I blast all my new Santana albums to get as close as I can to the music. I have a Pioneer home sound system that can blow you away.
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Lawrence Stringer
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I shouldn''t have needed to buy this CD
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 1, 2019
OK, there is absolutely nothing wrong with any Santana music in my book so all the stars awarded by me are in relation to this lovely CD, remastered and with added bonus tracks. I also have the album on vinyl but don''t really like playing it due to wear over the years. So...See more
OK, there is absolutely nothing wrong with any Santana music in my book so all the stars awarded by me are in relation to this lovely CD, remastered and with added bonus tracks. I also have the album on vinyl but don''t really like playing it due to wear over the years. So why not 5 stars ? Well I did have Abraxas on my Amazon music unlimited account and could stream it all over the house and in my car. Reccently however, |Amazon have delered ths is album from their online service without giving a reason. So I went and bought the CD and am considering buying more CDs and cancelling my Amazon music account. Rant over, this is a really great classic album.
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MIKESFITNESS1
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Should have been as the original
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 9, 2018
Yes it is good. However I don''t like the ''extras'' that were added to pack out this cd. They should have left it alone. Would like to see this on bluray. Did you know that the first two or three Santana album had the channels recorded back to front?
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Prince of Persia
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Santana are my favourite band. I first saw them live in 1973 ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 22, 2017
Santana are my favourite band. I first saw them live in 1973 and saw them again, for the 7th time, last year. I have had all their CDs bar this one as I had almost all the tracks in their live or collection CDs. However when they played Hope You''re Feeling Better last year...See more
Santana are my favourite band. I first saw them live in 1973 and saw them again, for the 7th time, last year. I have had all their CDs bar this one as I had almost all the tracks in their live or collection CDs. However when they played Hope You''re Feeling Better last year (1st time live that I recall), which I did not have, I decided to complete my collection. The first 4 Santana albums are the classic ones. Abraxas was No.2. It has a number of their classics: Samba Pa Ti, Black Magic Woman, Oye Como Va,Incident at Neshabur etc. This CD also has the benefit of having remastered tracks and a couple of live bonus tracks.
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D. Robson
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Beware this is not the 2020 anniversary version
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 10, 2021
Beautiful bright coloured artwork. Plays perfectly with no crackles or surface noise but beware if you specifically want the 50th anniversary version this isn’t it. The one Amazon is selling is the 2017 reissue. According to Discogs the 2020 issue has a hype sticker this...See more
Beautiful bright coloured artwork. Plays perfectly with no crackles or surface noise but beware if you specifically want the 50th anniversary version this isn’t it. The one Amazon is selling is the 2017 reissue. According to Discogs the 2020 issue has a hype sticker this doesn’t and all the id numbers relate to the 2017 version not the 2020. Given the price was reduced I will be keeping this but as another reviewer says. Amazon needs to change the description of this record.
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Say No More 67
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Monumental album and essential in any music collection.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 15, 2012
This second Santana album should be very high in any list of top albums, whether it''s a list of Jazz/Fusion/Rock/Prog/World/Latin or just best music albums'' list. Since my stereo equipment is far from being high end I won''t refer to the quality of the remaster but for me it...See more
This second Santana album should be very high in any list of top albums, whether it''s a list of Jazz/Fusion/Rock/Prog/World/Latin or just best music albums'' list. Since my stereo equipment is far from being high end I won''t refer to the quality of the remaster but for me it sounds great. Regarding the 3 extra tracks, I find them non-essential and not in the highest recording quality, and certainly wouldn''t buy the disc just for them. The box comes with a nice small booklet containing information about Santana''s first years and the album. The disc itself is painted plain red and not as Max''s juicy image on the Customer Images section. Pity. I wonder if that''s due to some puritans'' complaints. Could have been much nicer. Reminds me of the scene from Life of Brian where the Judean People''s Front (or was it the People''s Front of Judea..) emerge from the sewer in Pilate''s palace.. ;-)) Well, whatever, I''ll have to do with the pleasure for my ears only...
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