: Shaman

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by: Santana

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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0078221473729
Format: Import
Item Dimensions: 5042522525
Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Sony Music Canada Inc.
MPN: 50914M008-CDI
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publisher: Sony Music Canada Inc.
Release Date: October 22, 2002
Running Time: 76 minutes
Studio: Sony Music Canada Inc.

Disc 1:
  1. Adouma - Santana
  2. Nothing At All - Santana Featuring Musiq
  3. The Game of Love - Santana feat. Michelle Branch
  4. You Are My Kind - Santana Featuring Seal
  5. Amoré (Sexo) - Santana Featuring Macy Gray
  6. Foo Foo - Santana
  7. Victory Is Won - Santana
  8. Since Supernatural - Santana Featuring Melkie Jean & Govner Washington
  9. America - Santana Featuring P.O.D.
  10. Sideways - Santana Featuring Citizen Cope
  11. Why Don't You & I - Santana feat. Chad Kroeger
  12. Feels Like Fire - Santana Featuring Dido
  13. Aye Aye Aye - Santana
  14. Hoy Es Adios - Santana Featuring Alejandro Lerner
  15. One Of These Days - Santana Featuring Ozomatli
  16. Novus - Santana Featuring Placido Domingo
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Santana ~ Shaman
How could Carlos Santana hope to follow the massive comeback album Supernatural? The solution he settled upon was to once again pull in as many guest artists as possible. Shaman features a slew of stars, but, despite their presence, the instrumental "Victory Is Won" is the standout track here, as Santana blazes through an exhibition of his patented fusion of Latin and rock. In contrast, the sugary pop single "The Game of Love," sung by Michelle Branch, illustrates the lack of consistency that mars the album. Only Ozomatli and Macy Gray seem to totally get Santana. That said, his cover of Angelique Kidjo's "Adouma" is storming, and Santana stands strong when he ventures into world-music territory ("Foo Foo," "Aye, Aye"). However, if the celebrated guitarist had concentrated a little more on who he is and not on who he believes people would like him to be, he'd have made a better album. --Jake Barnes

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