Santana Jeff Beck and Steve Lukather Japan 86
Jeff Beck (guitar); Carlos Santana (guitar); Steve Lukather (guitar); Buddy Miles (vocals); Graham Lear (drums); Alphonso Johnson (bass); Chester Thompson (keyboards); Orestes Vilato (timbales); Armando Peraza (percussion); Tom Coster (keyboards); Paul Rekow (percussion); Jan Hammer (keyboards); Simon Phillips (drums); Doug Wimbish (bass); Jimmy Hall (vocals).
British guitarist JEFF BECK has safely secured his spot in rock history. His unique style has been described as a combination of Jimmy Page's innovation, Eric Clapton's taste, and Jimi Hendrix's vision. Johnny Carson asked Eddie van Halen in his Tonight Show: "What is it like to be the greatest guitarist on Earth?" Eddie's answer: "Go ask STEVE LUKATHER." CARLOS SANTANA is arguably the one guitarist whose play even untrained listeners can easily recognize. He's a wizard on the guitar, a global star and one of the musicians whose names are synonymous with the bands they form, other band members come in second at best. Since he started his brilliant career in the 1960s, Santana has combined Mexican mariachi and other Latin rhythms with blues, jazz, and rock 'n' roll. He's also considered one of the early protagonists of "world music." At the 1986 Nagano Open Air, the three guitar heroes jammed with the touring band of Jeff Beck, who was promoting his album "Jeff Beck's Guitar Shop" in Japan at the time.
Recorded at Karuizawa Prince Hotel's Open Air, Nagano, Japan, June 1, 1986.
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