In 1969 at Woodstock, a relatively little-known band from San Francisco, led by a young guitar virtuoso named Carlos Santana, wowed audiences with their new breed of Latin-tinged rock. The festival catapulted Santana's self-titled debut album to the number one spot on the U.S. charts and on to superstardom. However, before Wookdstock, Santana had been playing live around the Bay Area for more than two years, as these recordings a collection of live tracks recorded during that early period 1968/69 at different Bay Area locations, can attest. Featuring Gregg Roli (later of Journey) on organ. Features early versions of classic Santana tracks "Jingo", "Soul Sacrifice" and more.