Two verses of guitar solo follow the two sung verses, which are then succeeded by another verse, before moving into a modified version of the "Gypsy Queen" section from the beginning of the song to end the piece. Original Santana keyboardist Gregg Rolie brought the song to the band, and came up with that iconic Hammond organ riff that kicks things off. Michael Shrieve grooved along with the congas and timbales using some licks he'd copped from an obscure B. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Carlos Santana himself says, "I was getting more and more fascinated with how to cross pollinate B.
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Other longer versions have since been released, including one which runs for 8: Fred CateroCarlos Santana.
Santana On 'Black Magic Woman,' A Pioneering Cultural Mashup
Archived from the original on Two verses of guitar solo follow the two sung verses, which are then succeeded by another verse, before moving into a modified version of the "Gypsy Queen" section from the beginning of the song to end the piece. Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube. This story was adapted from a longer interview with Carlos Santana and Michael Shrieve.
This article needs additional citations for verification. The music geek in me has always wondered what inspired Santana's blend of Afro-Carribean rhythms and rock.
Black Magic Woman
Black Magic Woman Lyrics [Verse] 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 womna baby Don't turn your back on me baby Yes, don't turn your back on me baby You're messing around with your tricks Don't turn your back on me baby Because 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 [Outro] Yes, I need you so bad Well, I need ,agic darling Yeah, I need you darling Yes, I want you to love me I want you to love me Whoa, I want you to love me, ah Whoh, yeah Oh, whoa, baby Yes, I need your love Oh, I need your love so bad Yes, I want you to love me.
Inthe song was also covered by Gary Hoey on his album Bug Alley. May 9, 4: Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. January Learn how and when to remove this template message.
For the compilation boack, see Black Magic Woman album. This page was last edited on 21 Julyat Set in the key of D minorthe verse follows a twelve bar chord progression alternating between D minor 7A minor 7and G minor 7and the instrumentation consists of vocalstwo guitars blacck, bass guitar and drums.
Abraxas reached number one on the charts and hit quadruple platinum inpartially thanks to "Black Magic Woman". Init became a hit by Santanaas sung by Gregg Roliereaching No. Archived copy as title link.
Carlos Santana himself says, "I was getting more and more fascinated with how to cross pollinate B. King with Tito Puente.
Black Magic Woman - Wikipedia
Views Read Edit View history. While the song follows the same general structure of Peter Green 's version, also set in common time, in D minor and using the same melody and lyrics, it is considerably different, with a magjc altered chord pattern Dm 7 — Am 7 —Dm 7 —Gm 7 —Dm 7 —Am 7 —Dm 7occasionally mixing between the Dorian and Aeolian modes, especially in the song's intro. Drummer Michael Shrieve says the band moved in to a house together.
Although not as popular as Santana's arrangement two years later, "Black Magic Woman" nevertheless became a fairly popular blues rock hit peaking at No.
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Release Date March 29, Turns out part of it had a lot to do with the hippie ethos of mid 's San Francisco — specifically, communal living.
Original Santana keyboardist Gregg Rolie brought the song to the band, and came up with that iconic Hammond organ riff that kicks things off. Michael Shrieve says that ,agic, the key to his contribution to the Santana sound was a 'less is more' kind of thing.
Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Carlos Santana then added his influences from his musical home base of jazz and blues.