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Santana - King Biscuit Flower Hour Album

Santana - King Biscuit Flower Hour Album
Performer: Santana
Title: King Biscuit Flower Hour
Country: US
Style:Public Broadcast, Classic Rock
Released: 1988
Label: DIR Radio Network
MP3 album szie: 1339 mb
FLAC album size: 2628 mb

Tracklist

1SantanaSoul Sacrifice
2SantanaTime Waits For No One
3Bill MinkinIncue
4Bill MinkinOpen
5Santanaincident At Neshabur
6Bill MinkinOutcue: "...theatre near you."
7No Artist1kc tone for setting level and balance0:40
8No ArtistCommercials
9Bill MinkinOutcue: "...Marine Corps."
10No ArtistPromo bed0:32
11SantanaGypsy Queen
12SantanaSavor
13SantanaGive And Take
14SantanaBlack Magic Woman
15SantanaOye Como Va
16Track 2 (35:08)
17Track 3(22:52)
18Bill MinkinEnd Of Show1:38
19Bill MinkinPromo0:37

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneSantana King Biscuit Flower Hour ‎(CD, Transcription)DIR Radio NetworknoneUS1989
noneSantana King Biscuit Flower Hour ‎(CD, Transcription)DIR Radio NetworknoneUS1991
015, RD 015Santana The King Biscuit Flower Hour ‎(LP, Transcription)DIR Radio Network, DIR Radio Network015, RD 015Italy1988
noneSantana King Biscuit Flower Hour ‎(CD, Transcription)DIR Radio NetworknoneUS1989

Credits

  • Executive-ProducerBob Meyrowitz
  • Hosted ByBill Minkin

Notes

King Biscuit Flower Hour broadcast featuring Santana live at the Rynearson Stadium, Ypsilanti, Michigan, May 25th 1975. A show called Summer Celebration also with Peter Frampton's Camel and Lynyrd Skynyrd as guests.

Distributed by the DIR Radio Network, air date October 2, 1988.

CD contained in generic DIR Radio Network papersleeve, with cue sheet.

On disc: For radio play only (not for sale).

Worth noting the track 'Time Waits For No One' has never been released officially in any form, studio or live.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): MADE BY DISCOVERY SYSTEMS - AN AMERICAN COMPANY 3R70100B

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – DIR Broadcasting
  • Copyright (c) – DIR Broadcasting
  • Made By – Discovery Systems
  • Recorded At – Rynearson Stadium

Short intro

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