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Supernatural


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  • Audio CD (June 15 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B00000J7J4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  DVD Audio  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,048 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #9,808 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. (Da Le) Yaleo
2. Love Of My Life (Featuring Dave Matthews)
3. Put Your Lights On ( Featuring Everlast)
4. Africa Bamba
5. Smooth (Featuring Rob Thomas)
6. Do You Like The Way (Featuring Lauryn Hill & CEE LO)
7. Maria Maria (Featuring The Product G&B, Produced by Wyclef)
8. Migra
9. Corazon Espinado (Featuring Mana)
10. Wishing It Was (Featuring Eagle Eye Cherry)
11. El Farol
12. Primavera
13. The Calling (Featuring Eric Clapton)

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Includes (Da Le) Yalleo with Dave Matthews; Love Of My Life with Everlast; Put Your Lights On; Africa Bamba; Smooth with Rob Thomas; Do You Like The Way with Lauryn Hill; Maria, Maria; Migra with Mana; Corazon Espinado; Wishing It Was with Eagle-Eye Cherry; El Farol; The Calling with Eric Clapton. 13 tracks.

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The Arista debut of Carlos Santana and band gives fans of the soulful guitar vet two albums in one, but it's a decidedly good-news, bad-news proposition. First, there's a fine collection of late-1990s-model Santana--tastefully tooled songs driven by Latin jazz and Afro-Cuban rhythms ("[Da Le] Taleo", "Africa Bamba", "Migra", "Primavera" and the emotionally charged instrumental "El Farol") that allow Carlos plenty of elbowroom for his passionate soloing. Then there's the collection of tracks featuring a lineup of de rigueur alternative and hip-hop stars, including Dave Matthews, Everlast, Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Eagle Eye Cherry. To their credit, Matthews ("Love of My Life") and Eagle Eye Cherry ("Wishing It Was") muster enough chemistry to make the fusion work. But the rest of the collaborations feel like an unnecessary stretch to reach out to a younger demographic that El Jefe has little trouble attracting on his own terms. --Jerry McCulley

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mike Chadwick on Jan. 29 2004
Format: Audio CD
Hearing "Smooth" for the first time i didn't knew that it is santana's track.when i heard it thought that he has gone so much commerical.but really "Supernatural" is not a bad album.Eventhough it is far from epic "Abraxas" and it brings a lot of modern r and b flavour, Santana created pleasent music for evenings with friends,for listening in car or for listening whenever you want to.some great guitar parts will even make the "Cheesiness" of Wyclef Jean's appearance go away.
if oyu like Santana and modern pop music then try this one.if all pop songs would sound like that i would be in sevent heaven
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By Michael Kerner on Feb. 2 2003
Format: Audio CD
It is not that often where in life you can get a second chance to shine on stage all over again in the music industry. In the case of the late 1990's, it happened to two legendary artists, Cher and Santana. For Santana, the comeback would be a milestone in his entire life. It wasn't that easy to sell at first, with a name like "Mumbo Jumbo", but with a name change to Supernatural, it became a memory worth the wait in gold.
The 1999 album, Supernatural features acclaimed duets with some of the biggest acts in the music industry, like Rob Thomas of the group Matchbox 20, Eric Clapton, Everlast, and Dave Matthews. Although the songs are mostly in a foreign tongue, the acclaimed duets like Put Your Lights on with Everlast, Maria Maria, and Smooth, all became a huge part of Pop culture. Nobody could've ever imagined this in a lifetime, not even the "Corporate Pop" industry of acts like Britney Spears and NSYNC.
While many people think that is was a desperation act for Supernatural with all the artists teaming up with Santana, it became a real legacy to show off in place. It is just kind of sad that a lot of records can't shine like that in a lifetime. Yes, especially a record that has won 9 Grammys.
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At first glance you might think what would Carlos have in common with such a wide field of diverse talent? Carlos could always play with just about anyone. He has shown it throughout the 30 odd years he has been ever present in music. He influenced a whole generation of music and here he shows he has huge ears. There is something here for everyone. There is the signature Santana sound but when he collaborates he meets the other artist halfway as they do him. This one deserves the accolades because it was simply the most musical recording in pop in the last few years. Yes there are production values but there is also a loose jammin' field. Things are not set and polished to a high gloss. Carlos wails on this one but he picks his spot and never at the expense of the pieces. It's great to see Carlos "rediscovered" since he has been such an lost treasure over the years. Yes many have been aware of him. He has his following and has played with the very very best but in this age of hype and bombast. It's nice to see someone who deserves the accolades come to the fore of pop and turn out such a successful recording. "Love of My Life", "Migra", "The Calling", "Wishing It Was", "El Farol", "Do You Like the Way" and "Smooth" are real highpoints. This one is keeper.
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Format: Audio CD
"Supernatural" cannot be simply viewed as Carlos Santana's "comeback album," it is too well-executed and performed for that kind of poor labeling. It is the album that brought Santana back firmly into the spotlight, yes, but is nonetheless a masterpiece, vibrating with musical brilliance and creativity seldom seen in music today. It rightfully won 9 Grammys and scored numerous radio hits including "Smooth" and "Maria Maria." What makes this such a special album is how Santana and his incredible band come together with artists from such diverse musical styles and create beautiful, hypnotic, masterful songs, providing an exploration of every popular music style of the past few decades. The opener is wonderful Latin flavored dance music with a nice jazzy feel in some areas. But the album really picks up steam with the second track, "Love Of My Life," collaborating with Dave Matthews and Dave Matthews Band drummer Carter Beuford, they create one of the album's classic, timeless tracks. It is samba mixed with jazz and classical style and really manages to create atmosphere and mood. Matthews' vocals are milky rich and very cool and jazzy. The next track, "Put Your Lights On" is Santana showing off a darker, heavier side with threatening, deep lyrics and a solo of pure metal virtuosity. "Samba Pa Ti" is a cool taste of Brazilian-styled music and some of Santana's best soloing in the album. And of course, next comes "Smooth," THE song from this CD. It conquered the airwaves in that active summer of 1999 and is still very much played today. It is exhilarating salsa-flavored hard rock featuring the Santana band playing like never before.Read more ›
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Format: Audio CD
Funny what criteria gets awards sometimes. Sometimes it's essentially a long-time service award, like John Wayne's Oscar, or Russell Crowe getting one for "Gladiator", when it supposedly was for his performance the year before. I will admit that I got this mostly because of all the Grammy attention, and then just to hear the hit song.
However, after quite a few plays, this is a very good album. In my opinion, it's not that groundbreaking, even though there are a bunch of outside contributors. No, it's just the band doing what it's been doing every since I've been buying records, and doing it very well. Yes, Santana's music often sounds like a beer commerical, and in this case "Smooth" really sounds like a beer commercial.
But take out the big single, and there's still a lot of good stuff here. One would think that after listening to Carlos Santana's guitarwork for almost thirty years, it would start sounding the same. I didn't have that problem here. There are plenty of songs that stretch out long enough to give his guitar a workout. If you like this, and I did, then this is a very good record. And the beer commercial is pretty good, too.
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