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DescriptionSantana Amigos BPI (British) Silver Album Award (CBS 40-86005, 1976). The first Santana album featuring vocalist Greg Walker, and the last with original bass player David Brown, Amigos featured the hit "Let it Shine" and was the band's first album to hit the Billboard top ten since 1972's Caravanserai. According to the plaque beneath the silver disc, the award was presented to record producer David Rubinson to "Recognise the Sale, in the United Kingdom, of More Than £100,000 Worth of the CBS Long Playing Record Album 'Amigos' / 1976". Framed in silver to 16.25" x 20.25". Fine condition.
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