Fleetwood Mac Live At The Boston Tea Party 1970
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Carlos Santana -- Black Magic Woman:: Lyrics :: I got a Black Magic Woman. I got a Black Magic Woman. Yes, I got a Black Magic Woman, She's got me so blind I can't see; But she's a Black Magic Woman and she's trying to make a devil out of me. Don't turn your back on me, baby. Don't turn your back on me, baby. Yes, don't turn your back on me, baby, Don't mess around with your tricks; Don't turn your back on me, baby, 'cause you might just wake up my magic sticks. You got your spell on me, baby. You got your spell on me, baby. Yes, you got your spell on me, baby, Turnin' my heart into stone; I need you so bad, Magic Woman I can't leave you alone.
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Album: Halloween Cocktail Party http://amzn.to/2C6YFmv Peter Green Cover, Lyrics: I got a Black Magic Woman I got a Black Magic Woman Yes, I got a Black Magic Woman She's got me so blind I can't see But she's a Black Magic Woman and she's trying to make a devil out of me Don't turn your back on me, baby Don't turn your back on me, baby Yes, don't turn your back on me, baby Don't mess around with your tricks Don't turn your back on me, baby 'cause you might just wake up my magic sticks You got your spell on me, baby You got your spell on me, baby Yes, you got your spell on me, baby Turnin' my heart into stone I need you so bad Magic Woman I can't leave you alone From All That Jazz to Cabaret, songstress Janice Hagan presents sultry renditions of some of the most famous songs ever written for the stage. Don on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dondraperstunes/ Don on Tumblr: http://donstumbs.tumblr.com/ Don on G+: https://plus.google.com/+DonsTunesOfficial
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Peter Green`s Fleetwood Mac - Black magic woman 1968......live version.........Black Magic Woman" is a song written by Peter Green that first appeared as a Fleetwood Mac single in various countries in 1968, subsequently appearing on the 1969 Fleetwood Mac compilation albums English Rose (US) and The Pious Bird of Good Omen (UK). In 1970, it became a classic hit by Santana, as sung by Gregg Rolie, reaching #4 in the U.S. and Canadian charts, after appearing on their Abraxas album, becoming more closely associated with Santana than Fleetwood Mac. In 2005 the song was covered by ex-Thin Lizzy guitarist Snowy White on his album The Way It Is. In 1996, the song was also covered by Gary Hoey on his album Bug Alley.
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http://khmermusic.thecoleranch.com This is Cambodian legend Sinn Sisamouth's 1971 version of the rock and roll classic "Black Magic Woman", written by Peter Green of Fleetwood Mac in 1968 and made famous internationally by Santana two years later. This Chab Tét production comes from Chanchaya Records C7131, which also features the song Chnang Jah Bai Chgnagn (Old Pot, Tasty Rice) by Ros Sereysothea. _
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A big hit (1970) by Carlos Santana, on a piece written by British guitarist Peter Green, in my arrangement for classical guitar. http://www.chitarrarte.it Un grande successo (1970) di Carlos Santana, su un brano scritto dal chitarrista inglese Peter Green, in un mio arrangiamento per chitarra classica.
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"Black Magic Woman" is a song written by Peter Green that first appeared as a Fleetwood Mac single in various countries in 1968 In 1970, it became a classic hit by Santana, reaching No. 4 in the U.S. and Canadian charts, after appearing on their Abraxas album.
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Black Magic Woman by Fleetwood Mac. How to play lead guitar parts over verses 1 and 2. Learn to play in the great blues style of Peter Green From the Secret Guitar Teacher Site. Click to take a free tour: http://www.secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/ssb.php?lp_id=1433 Video script: Peter Green is one of the best blues lead guitar players to emulate for those starting out learning lead guitar. His great secret was to play very simple licks, but with exquisite feel and timing. So let's look at each lick that he played over the first couple of verses of the original Fleetwood Mac recording of this song. Over the intro we have the high sounding chord. If you are doing this in a band there's no harm in both rhythm and lead guitar playing this together. Then at the end of the first line of vocals he plays this little run...at slow tempo... Then at the end of the third line he plays this little lick... slowed down... This is best practiced nice and slow and deliberate to begin with to get the sequence of technique right and nail the timing. Then by repeatedly listening to the original lick and immediately trying to copy it you will gradually home in on the exact way of playing it. At the end of the first verse there's a lead lick played, I think by the rhythm guitar. It goes something like this...at half tempo... But if you take that on as lead guitarist you may struggle to get back in time to the intro chord as this is quite a long way for your fretting hand to travel in almost no time at all. Here's an alternative version of the same basic idea, but played an octave higher. Up to you which one of those you opt for. At the end of the first line of the second verse he plays this lick ...at half tempo... And he plays this nice simple follow-up at the end of the next line which I think he uses a touch of palm muting on. He then adds this three-note Dm chord at the start of the next bar. Followed by this little hammer-on from fret 10 to 13 on the second string. And finally this little run at the end of the line. Finally, here's a quick of me playing all these licks along with the record so you can see and hear how they all fit in. I 'll leave you to work on those licks and next week we'll take a look at the solo from this song.
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Thanks for watching my video! My name's Ayla Tesler-Mabe, and I'm a 15 year old guitarist from Canada. Here’s my interpretation of Santana’s Black Magic Woman (originally written by the fantastic Peter Green). All filming, editing, recording, and playing by me, but of course all rights go to the original artists. Though I certainly won’t stop making covers because they’re a lot of fun to do, I’m shifting my focus more to writing original material instead, and will hopefully have something to share with you all soon. I love Santana!! If you’re interested, here are the links to my website and other social media: Website- https://www.aylateslermabe.com/ Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/aylateslermabe/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/AylaTeslerMabe/ For those wondering what gear I’m using: Guitar- Gibson ES-390 Amp- Fender Blues Junior Pedals- Aleks K Production Honey Moon Sweet Overdrive (an amazing local company that graciously lent me this pedal http://www.alekskproduction.com/), Boss DD-7 Digital Delay
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http://www.miguelmontalban.com http://www.facebook.com/miguelmontalbanmusic Miguel Montalban Guitarist performing Black magic woman (Peter Green, Santana) Live Version. Archive 2016
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http://bit.ly/learntoplay_petergreen_dvd Extract from the DVD Learn To Play Peter Green. For more info click this link - http://bit.ly/learntoplay_petergreen_dvd Learn to play like Peter Green on guitar! Learn every riff and solo note for note! Michael Casswell gives you guitar lessons on how to play Oh Well (part 1) how to play Albatross how to play Green Manalishi How to play Black Magic Woman How to play Man Of The World! For more infomation or to place and order head to http://bit.ly/learntoplay_petergreen_dvd
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My somewhat gentle piano version of this 1968 blues-rock number, first recorded by Fleetwood Mac (which Peter Green founded), and later by Santana and others. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Played by Phillip Sear http://www.psear.co.uk Email: [email protected] http://www.psear.co.uk (Email: [email protected] ) Upcoming live events: https://events.time.ly/hsr9pfk YouTube community tab: https://is.gd/SV4II9 Played by Phillip Sear http://www.psear.co.uk (Email: [email protected] ) Upcoming live events: https://events.time.ly/hsr9pfk YouTube community tab: https://is.gd/SV4II9 Played by Phillip Sear http://www.psear.co.uk (Email: [email protected] ) Upcoming live events: https://events.time.ly/hsr9pfk YouTube community tab: https://is.gd/SV4II9 Played by Phillip Sear http://www.psear.co.uk (Email: [email protected] ) Upcoming live events: https://events.time.ly/hsr9pfk YouTube community tab: https://is.gd/SV4II9
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CBS 1722. Recorded with stereo gear on background photo.
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Black Magic Woman rhythm guitar part. Arranged for beginners guitar. Fleetwood mac version by Peter Green. From the Secret Guitar Teacher Site. Take a free tour: http://secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/ssb.php?lp_id=1409 Video script: Written by Peter Green, the song Black Magic Woman was a minor hit for Fleetwood Mac in 1968 before being covered a couple of years later, commercially much more successfully, by Santana. Today I am going to go over the chords of the original fleetwood mac version, on the basis that once you have learned these, you will have no difficulty with playing the Santana version, which has a slightly simplified chord sequence. As this is a Beginners lesson I am going to show you the easiest options for the chord shapes. But for intermediate players I have included some alternative shapes on the printout that you can access from the link beneath the video screen. The song intro is a single strum on a very high voicing of the D minor chord played on the top three strings right up at fret 17. If performing this on your own, count yourself in, then strum the chord and let it ring 1234 strum. As it rings keep counting 1 2 3 4 1.. Then start singing after the first beat of bar 2. While you are doing all that make sure your eyes travel back down to the first fret ... so that you are ready to move your hand down and finger the Dm as soon as the opening chord has faded. So here's that whole intro played slowly ...and at full tempo. So that's the first of two slightly tricky bits out of the way. We then keep that Dm going for two bars establishing this basic strumming pattern down down-drag up down down. Then we change to Am for two bars keeping the same strumming pattern going nice and smoothly. Then back to Dm again for two bars...before changing to Gm. Here's a simply four string version of Gm you can use. This is then changed to Gm7 after just one bar. Again for beginners I am recommending this simple 4-string version. Let's just run through what we have got so far at half tempo...and at more or less full speed. Now here's the other tricky bit. It's tricky because these are slightly unusual chord shapes that you may not be used to and because it changes every two beats like this. So that is Dm just hit once for now and then change to C . Hit that once then grab this Bb shape note that this is just on three strings. Normally we like to hear more than just three strings ringing, but as the chord is so fleeting you won't notice that we are only using three strings. Notice the special fingering I recommend - second finger on the D string and the 3rd finger holding down both the G and B strings this 3rd finger also does a good job of muting out the top string which we definitely don't want to sound on a Bb chord. Using this particular fingering for Bb will assist the next change which is to the A7. Then back to Dm. So that tricky, quick bit again ...at half tempo... and at full tempo. Finally the Dm is played for one bar then held from the first beat of the next bar like this. This creates the rhythmic space for the intro to be played again as a way to launch into verse two. After verse two there is a 2-verse solo played over the same sequence as the verse and then we are back into the third verse via the same intro. After that the track plays out over a bass groove that stays on the Dm chord. So that's the rhythm part to the song. The chart and chord diagrams are available from the link below the video screen and as mentioned that includes the barre chord options for more experienced players. In the next lesson we'll take a look at some of Peter Green's great lead guitar licks used on this version of the song.
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Subscribe: ► http://geni.us/subsc ♥ Your Support Appreciated! Help with this and over 1300 more free lessons: http://www.justinguitar.com In this guitar lesson tutorial, we're going to learn how to play the chords and strumming for Black Magic Woman, the massive hit for Santana that was written by Fleetwood Mac (Peter Green on guitar!). Stay tuned for a lesson on Greeny's awesome solo and some tips for playing on a Minor blues. http://www.justinguitar.com See my web site for hundreds more free lessons, loads of songs and detailed courses for beginners and intermediate players getting into blues, jazz, fingerstyle and many lessons on technique, aural training and loads more... And it is all totally free, no bull. No sample lessons, no memberships, no hard sell and spammy emails, no free ebook. Just hundreds and hundreds of great lessons :) To get help with this lesson and get additional notes and tips, use the Lesson ID in the search box at the top of the web site! Hope you enjoy it - if you do please subscribe to my YouTube Channel and come find me on my socials below. Much appreciate the support! • YouTube Lessons https://www.youtube.com/user/JustinSandercoe • YouTube Songs https://www.youtube.com/user/JustinSandercoeSongs • Facebook https://www.facebook.com/justinguitarofficial • Twitter https://twitter.com/justinsandercoe • JustinGuitar Community (forum) https://www.justinguitarcommunity.com .
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To see the ORIGINAL video AND soundtrack click: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccMho_mbeQc Santana plays Black Magic Woman dubbed over video of Alla Kushnir (Liela) as she dances a beautiful and mezmerizing belly dance. The video was filmed at the City festival in Nikolaev, Ukraine 2006, she was Miss Belly Dance of Europe 2008, winner of Ukranian Belly Dance Championship 2007 and 2008 and runner up in a few others. "Black Magic Woman" is a song written by Peter Green that first appeared as a Fleetwood Mac single in various countries in 1968, subsequently appearing on the 1969 Fleetwood Mac compilation albums English Rose (US) and The Pious Bird of Good Omen (UK). It became a classic hit by Santana and sung by Gregg Rolie in 1970, reaching #4 in the U.S. and Canadian charts, after appearing on their Abraxas album, becoming more closely associated with Santana than Fleetwood Mac. Carlos Santana -- Guitar, Vocals, Producer José "Chepito" Areas -- Percussion, Conga, Timbales David Brown -- Bass, Engineer Mike Carabello -- Percussion, Conga Alberto Gianquinto -- Piano Gregg Rolie - Keyboards, Vocals Rico Reyes -- Percussion Steven Saphore -- Tabla Michael Shrieve - drums
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Checkout my original music! Facebook.com/michaelgeorgekopp Soundcloud.com/michaelkopp An acoustic rendition of a classic. Black magic woman by Peter Green also covered by Santana Using the Roland RC-50 loop station for loops, and a not so great 40w ashton bass amp hence the slight flatness of the loop.
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Black Magic Woman by Fleetwood Mac. Peter Green's Solo taught lick by lick for beginners to play. From the Secret Guitar Teacher Site : Click for a free tour: http://secretguitarteacher.com/youtube/ssb.php?lp_id=1445 Video Script: As a beginner lead guitarist listening to this solo you might be tempted to write it off as too difficult to learn. And to be honest if you attempt to learn it all at once you will probably struggle. However, if we break it up into separate licks and drill each lick with the correct timing before attempting to put it all together at full tempo, learning to play this solo is a fantastic way to get a feel for how to phrase and time blues licks. So here's lick one one. Once you have got the fingering and sequence of notes I suggest playing it 20 to 30 times over until you have nailed the timing really notice where the rhythmic accent falls. Next, well ahead of time you need to jump up to this position at fret 15 to play this lick... And again spend some time repeating that until you are sure of its exact timing. The next four notes are fast...and again, I recommend playing this over and over until you have nailed the timing. At this stage I think it is worth putting those first two lines together. The solo starts immediately after the drum beat that follows the intro chord and the second line comes in on the second beat of the third bar ... Okay, so after playing that 20 times through move on to the next phrase. This is followed by this phrase. So far so good, but now things get a little more technical. This is another good point to stop and consolidate so let's review what we have covered so far. At slow tempo... ...and at more or less full tempo. Ok, assuming you have practiced that a couple of dozen times at least. here's what comes next. Melodically speaking, that lick took us up...the next one takes us back down... This one kind of checks at the same melodic level.. Then it's up to the top strings for the next bit... And I think that's another good point to stop and consolidate. First go back over those last licks a few times. Then knit them in with the rest of the solo so far. Slowly ...and then at full tempo. Ok now into the final strait for this lesson. Nice and easy, but now here's another technical bit. This is very similar to the lick we oplayed in the seventh bar, but this time it is followed by...and we finish this solo verse with this jump down to the bottom strings. So that last line all together. Slow ...and full tempo. And now the whole f the whole solo at half tempo. nd finally for this lesson here it is at full speed played along to the record. I'll leave you to practice that for now. In the next lesson in this series we'll complete the solo by showing you the second verse of it.
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Learn Peter Green's solo on the Boston Tea Party version of Black Magic Woman Don't forget to subscribe for more lessons etc.
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Peter Green and Friends, Wolverhampton, Dec 16 '09. Black Magic Woman
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Santana - Black Magic Woman 1971 Released 1968 (Instrumental) I got a Black Magic Woman. I got a Black Magic Woman. I got a Black Magic Woman, She's got me so blind I can't see; But she's a Black Magic Woman and she's trying to make a devil out of me. Don't turn your back on me, baby. Don't turn your back on me, baby. Yes, don't turn your back on me, baby, Don't mess around with your tricks; Don't turn your back on me, baby, 'cause you might just wake up my magic sticks. (Instrumental) You got your spell on me, baby. You got your spell on me, baby. Yes, you got your spell on me, baby, Turnin' my heart into stone; I need you so bad, Magic Woman I can't leave you alone. (Instrumental)
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Rate & Comment... Abraxas Santana 1970 Got a Black Magic Woman. Got a Black Magic Woman. I got a Black Magic Woman, Got me so blind I can't see; That she's a Black Magic Woman she's trying to make a devil out of me. Don't turn your back on me, baby. Don't turn your back on me, baby. Yes, don't turn your back on me, baby, Stop mess around with your tricks; Don't turn your back on me, baby, You might just wake up my magic sticks. Got your spell on me, baby. Got your spell on me, baby. Yes, you've got your spell on me, baby, Turnin' my heart into stone; I need you so bad, Magic Woman I can't leave you alone.
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Black Magic Woman - Peter Green. Final song of a relaxed concert, PG and the band enjoyed it and the crowd sang along. Peter Green and Friends at the Paradiso 21.02.2009. . Peter Green - lead guitar / vocals Mike Dodd - rhythm guitar / vocals Geraint Watkins - piano/organ/ vocals Matt Radford - double bass Andrew Flude - drums / b vocals
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Carlos Santana's "Black Magic Woman" gespielt von der Big Bernstorff Band. Homepage: http://big-bernstorff.de/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigBernstorff Words and Music by PETER GREEN Arranged by JOHN BERRY Übrigens: Unsere CDs 'Lights' und 'Colours' kann man natürlich auch käuflich erwerben ;)
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Hi, This is a play-through lesson for Black Magic Woman by Peter Green and was also reinvigorated by Santana in later years. The video plays through the main chord progression which is pretty much used throughout the whole song, aside form the cool improv sections that Peter Green would love to do. This song is the key of Dminor and all the chords used are Barr chords. Main Chord Progression: D minor | A minor | G minor Turnaround: D minor | C major | Bb major | A Major 7 and then ends back on Dminor with a little lick that runs down the Dminor Pentatonic scale back to the route. Filming Credits go to my student Steve, thanks mate :) Follow me on Twitter: @Andymacnevin
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Ben Haynes' Drum Diary Recorded: 09.11.13 Venue: Chestnut Tree, Nottingham Song: Fleetwood Mac cover - Black Magic Woman I am performing with a band from Nottingham called Sarah Knight And The Blue Stones. The band perform a mix bag of genres including Rock, Progressive, Soul and Blues. Check them out at www.sarahknightandthebluestones.com Thanks Ben
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Black Magic Woman as played by Santana (1970) (composed by Peter Green in 1968) Arranged for guitar by David van Ooijen (2016) You can stay up-to-date by 'liking' my page on Facebook: http://facebook.com/meesterdavidgitaar Scores and Tabs on my website: http://meesterdavidgitaar.wordpress.com
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Charlie Musselwhite Blues Band (Black Magic Woman (P.Green) Charlie Musselwhite And Eric Bibb - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7nQlS5BrDmk
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Black Magic Woman - Santana - Paul Green School Of Rock Bucks County Guitar Gods Show at The Well, Feasterville Pa, January 29 & 30, 2010
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Guitarist Carlos Santana, keyboardist/vocalist Gregg Rolie, guitarist Neal Schon, percussionist Mike Carabello and drummer Michael Shrieve perform an updated version of Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen (written by Fleetwood Mac's Peter Green) with riffs from Jimi Hendrix's Third Stone From The Sun (5:00) followed by Oye Como Va (6:24). Santana IV live at the House of Blues played the same song sequence as the 1970 Santana second album Abraxas. The quintet got together for the first time since the early Seventies. The Santana IV album reunited most of the surviving members from the 1971 Santana III lineup of the band for a live concert at the House of Blues in Las Vegas, NV on March 21, 2016. Joining these core members were later Santana members Karl Perazzo on percussion, Benny Rietveld on bass and Dave Matthews on keyboards. Enjoy Carlos Santana and Neil Schon together again with their respective bands Santana and Journey live in a later concert at the Los Angeles Forum in 2016. They played Santana III's No One To Depend On among others at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLWptyRPuZHuF3MiqWAnQx9q_Tg8sQu4NW
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Words & Music by Peter A Green just a solo on a strumming rythm guitar behind...
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Black Magic Woman" (1968) Peter Green – guitar, vocals, six string bass Danny Kirwan – guitar John McVie – bass guitar Mick Fleetwood – drums, gong, maracas, claves Jeremy Spencer – vocals, slide guitar, piano Lyrics; Got a black magic woman I got a black magic woman Yes, I got a black magic woman Got me so blind I can't see But she's a black magic woman And she's tryin' to make a devil out of me Don't turn your back on me baby Don't turn your back on me baby Yes, don't turn your back on me baby You're messin' around with your tricks Don't turn your back on me baby 'Cause you might just break up my magic stick You got your spell on me baby You got your spell on me baby Yes, you got your spell on me baby You're turning my heart into stone I need you so bad, magic woman, I can't leave you alone Yes, I need you so bad Well, I need you darling Yeah, I need you darling Yes, I want you love me I want you love me Whoa, I want you love me, ah Whoh, yeah Oh, whoa, baby Yes, I need your love Oh, I need your love so bad I want you love me Songwriters PETER GREEN Thanks For Watching...
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Black Magic Women, the biggest hit from Abraxas. Originally written by Peter Green that first appeared in 1968 as a Fleetwood Mac single. Santana's version, recorded in 1970, is a medley with Gábor Szabó's 1966 "Gypsy Queen", a mix of jazz, Hungarian folk and Latin rhythms sung by . Abraxas went quadruple platinum in 1986 and Black Magic Woman/ Gypsy Queen's originality and curious blend of blues, rock, jazz, 3/2 afro-Cuban son clave, and "Latin" polyrhythms definitly played a large part in it's success. Santana's arrangement added conga, timbales and other percussion, in addition to organ and piano, to make complex polyrhythms that give the song a "voodoo" feel distinct from the original.
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