18 Songs, 1 Hour 16 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

You can hear Santana channel his talents into everything from steamy salsa-rock (1970’s classic “Oye Como Va”) to introspective jazz (1976’s “Europa (Earth’s Cry, Heaven’s Smile”) ) to honeyed R&B-pop (the previously-unreleased “Interplanetary Party”). The new winners are “This Boy’s Fire” (a fusion of Latin hip-hop beats, dancing guitar lines and the enticing voice of Jennifer Lopez) and a torrid reworking of “The Game of Love” with Tina Turner singing lead.

EDITORS’ NOTES

You can hear Santana channel his talents into everything from steamy salsa-rock (1970’s classic “Oye Como Va”) to introspective jazz (1976’s “Europa (Earth’s Cry, Heaven’s Smile”) ) to honeyed R&B-pop (the previously-unreleased “Interplanetary Party”). The new winners are “This Boy’s Fire” (a fusion of Latin hip-hop beats, dancing guitar lines and the enticing voice of Jennifer Lopez) and a torrid reworking of “The Game of Love” with Tina Turner singing lead.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
481 Ratings
481 Ratings
JSlani21

Great Album!!!

This album features all of Santana's greatest hits along with some new songs
that are sure to be hits.

If anybody was wondering what artists sing in which songs, here they are.
1. Into the Night - Santana & Chad Kroeger
2. This Boy's Fire - Santana & Jennifer Lopez & Baby Bash
3. Smooth - Santana & Rob Thomas
4. Maria Maria - Santana & The Product G&B
5. Oye Como Va - Santana
6. Black Magic Woman - Santana
7. Evil Ways - Santana
8. Corazon Espinado - Santana & Mana
9. Europa - Santana
10. The Game of Love - Santana & Tina Turner
11. Put Your Lights On - Santana & Everlast
12. Why Don't You & I - Santana & Alex Band of The Calling
13. Everybody's Everything - Santana
14. Just Feel Better - Santana & Steven Tyler
15. Samba Pa' Ti - Santana
16. No One to Depend On - Santana
17. The Game of Love - Santana & Michelle Branch
18. Interplanetary Party - Santana

LudaLupeColdplayU2

Santana is Legend

Santana is a legend no matter how you slice it. All of these songs are incredible, but mostly because they come with Santana's signiture guitar. Santana is the greatest guitar player around, and will always be remembered as great when he retires. Though many have not experienced his greatness, true music fans will always have a place in their heart for Carlos Santana.

Greencube

An Amazing Collection!

This is one of my favs because it has everything you need from Santana.

About Santana

After his peers like Jimi Hendrix and Eric Clapton ushered the blues into the psychedelic era, Mexico-born Carlos Santana emerged from the San Francisco scene to bring a pronounced Latin flavor to the late-’60s rock revolution. And thanks to his revelatory performance at Woodstock, he become the first Hispanic guitar god in the process. With his rich, highly expressive tone serving as his eponymous band’s guiding light, Santana updated mambo standards like “Oye Como Va” into gritty funk workouts while reimagining Fleetwood Mac’s bluesy signature “Black Magic Woman” as a congo-powered Latin-jazz odyssey. Santana burrowed deeper into that spiritual potential on a series of meditative, largely instrumental albums in the ’70s, inspired by the philosophies of Indian guru Sri Chinmoy and the exploratory ethos of John Coltrane; then he reverted to the sleek soft rock of early-’80s mainstays like “Hold On.” This stylistic and pan-cultural fluidity attracted an all-star, genre-spanning guest list—Clapton and Lauryn Hill included—to Santana’s 1999 blockbuster Supernatural. If that album’s Rob Thomas–assisted summer jam “Smooth” reinvented Santana as a 21st-century pop star, his 2014 Spanish-language LP, Corazón, showed that his Latin roots are always in his heart.

ORIGIN
San Francisco, CA
GENRE
Rock
FORMED
1966

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