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8 thoughts on “ The Sensitive Kind - Santana - Zebop! (Cassette, Album) ”

  1. they made Zebop another Top 20 album that even became their first Top Ten solid gold album in four years. Though Santana did manage to give Zebop an overall feel of commercial rock, the songs are performed to unique perfection, while Carlos bring his guitar artistry to the forefront, which have contributed to the album's stunning radio-friendly /5(95).
  2. The Sensitive Kind This song is by Santana and appears on the album Zebop! (). Don't take her for granted, she had a hard time Don't misunderstand her or play with her mind.
  3. Zebop! Is the eleventh studio album by Santana. Frontman Carlos Santana reentered the pop/rock world after his jazz-flavored The Swing of Delight together with Herbie Hancock. Santana does a great job at covering Russ Ballard's "Winning" an including his famous Latino sound on tracks like "E Papa Re" and "American Gypsy".
  4. Listen to your favorite songs from Zebop! by Santana Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  5. Zebop!, an Album by Santana. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. ; 8 Track). Genres: Latin Rock.
  6. Aug 29,  · Two songs from Santana ‘s album  Zebop! made appearances on  Billboard ‘s Hot chart. On this date that year, the second of those two songs, “The Sensitive Kind,” climbed to a peak position of number Today, “The Sensitive Kind” by Santana is the Daily Eighties Flashback. VN:F [_].
  7. Santana - Zebop Album Lyrics; 1. Brightest Star Lyrics: 2. Changes Lyrics: 3. E Papa Re Lyrics: 4. Over And Over Lyrics: 5. Searchin' Lyrics: 6. The Sensitive Kind Lyrics: 7. Winning Lyrics: Santana Lyrics provided by pacrothocounttanwolfdastnetanryazarpay.xyzinfo Do you like this album? Leave a review. In the Know.
  8. ' Tales of Kilimanjaro' has all the normal trademark Santana percussion, ' Sensitive Kind' is almost better than the original and ' Brightest Star' even hints at some laid back ' Samba Pa Ti' type rythms. Highly underrated work and recommended to all Santana fans regardless of those sadly much cursed 80's influenced sounds. A solid four stars/5(9).

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