Offered for sale is an original Dutch pressing of Milagro by Santana.
When first released, this album was not available on vinyl in the United States.
About this copy: This copy of Milagro is a 1992 Dutch pressing on the Polydor label.
The cover is M-. The custom inner sleeve is M- with no splits.
The disc is VG+ with a couple of light scuffs on each side, probably from the paper inner sleeve. It’s a clean disc that has had relatively little play.
A nice copy of Santana album that’s hard to find on vinyl.
Background: Released in 1992, Milagro was the seventeenth album by Santana.
The album reached #102 on the U.S. album chart and did not chart in the UK.
Allmusic.com gave Milagro a 3 star review:
Santana signed to Polydor in 1991 after 22 years with Columbia Records. On this label debut album, the band has been altered by official addition of frequent sideman Raul Rekow and Karl Perazzols, replacement of longtime percussionist Armando Peraza. But this septet is still led by Carlos Santana and keyboardist Chester Thompson, with Alex Ligertwood singing. The record has a somewhat elegiac tone, beginning with a stage introduction by the late promoter Bill Graham, who was Santana’s mentor and unofficial manager, being dedicated to Graham and Miles Davis, who also had died since the last album, and featuring an excerpt from a speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., solos taken from Davis and John Coltrane, and music written by Bob Marley, Coltrane, and Gil Evans.
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|Country of origin:||Netherlands|
|Year of Release:||1992|