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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.
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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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
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.
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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what can I say "it's Santana" .. I will now repeat this several times so I have used enough wordage to send this, wait a second this might be enough to do the trick.Published on Feb. 13 2014 by Amazon Customer
I've heard so many people rave about this album, so I bought it. It's primo Santana! Some of his best music.Published on Nov. 30 2011 by Deb from TX
This has to be the best CD ever. I listen to it ALL the time & never tire of it. Brilliant work!Published on June 26 2004
One of the best albums I have EVER heard, probably the best that I own. No matter how long its been since I last heard it, I can put it in my CD player and get right back into the... Read morePublished on March 1 2004 by Mikey Likey
I've been a Santana fan ever since I was turned on to them in 1984 and consider Carlos & Co (and the various permutations of the band) one of my all-time favorite atrists. Read morePublished on Feb. 8 2004 by J. Miele
This album is like an ice cold glass of lemonade on a warm summer day, absolutely refreshing. There is not one song on this album that I did not like, which is very rare. Read morePublished on Feb. 2 2004 by VaNessa
If you want classic Santana, this ain't it. Some of the reviews complain about that, but hey folks, time moves on! Read morePublished on Jan. 21 2004 by D. Kolton
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