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- Released: October 22, 2002
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: Arista
Entertainment Weekly - 10/25/02, pp.73-4"...Ultimately, the real angel on Santana's shoulder is his guitar..." - Rating: B-
Mojo (Publisher) - 1/03, p.97"...[The] old time Latin rockers sway seductively. The R&B connections work..."
- 2.Nothing at All - (featuring Musiq (Soulchild))
- 3.Game of Love, The - (featuring Michelle Branch)
- 4.You Are My Kind - (featuring Seal)
- 5.Amor, (Sexo) - (featuring Macy Gray)
- 6.Foo Foo - (Spanish)
- 7.Victory Is Won
- 8.Since Supernatural - (featuring Melky Jean / Governor Washington)
- 9.America - (featuring P.O.D.)
- 10.Sideways - (featuring Citizen Cope)
- 11.Why Don't You & I - (featuring Chad Kroeger)
- 12.Feels Like Fire - (featuring Dido)
- 13.Aye Aye Aye
- 14.Hoy Es Adi¢s - (Spanish, featuring Alejandro Lerner)
- 15.One of These Days - (featuring Ozomatli)
- 16.Novus - (featuring Pl cido Domingo)
Personnel includes: Carlos Santana (vocals, acoustic 12-stirng, nylon string & electric guitars, keyboards, timbales, rainstick); Rene Martinez (acoustic guitar); Musiq, Michelle Branch, Seal, Macy Gray, Chad Kroeger, Andy Vargas, JB Eckl, Alejandro Lerner, Placido Domingo, Dido, Melkie Jean, Governor Washington (vocals); Fernando "Toby" Tobon (electric guitar, cuatro, mandolin, bass, backgrond vocals); Ulises Bella (saxophone); Asdru Sierra (trumpet); Arturo Velasco (trombone); Jose Gaviria (keyboards, background vocals); Chester Thompson, Andres Munera (keyboards); John Ginty (organ, keyboards); Me'Shell Ndegeocello, Benny Reitveld (bass); Rodney Blade, Michael Shrieve (drums); Karl Perazzo (congas, percussion); Dan Shea (programming); Kike Santander, Cori Rooney, Shelene Thomas, Ozomalti, Ola Taylor, Pauline Taylor (background vocals).
P.O.D: Sonny (vocals); Marco (guitar); Traa (bass); Wuv (drums).
"The Game Of Love" (w/ Michelle Branch) won the 2003 Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals.
Composer: Klaus Derendorf .
Personnel: Carlos Santana (vocals, guitar, acoustic 12-string guitar, electric guitar, nylon-string guitar, keyboards, rainsticks, timbales, background vocals); JB Eckl (vocals, keyboards, drum programming, background vocals); Clarence Greenwood (vocals, keyboards); Michelle Branch (vocals, background vocals); Dido, Dido Armstrong, Musiq, Alejandro Lerner, Macy Gray, Andy Vargas, Pl cido Domingo, Tony Lindsay, Tony Lindsey, Seal, Chad Kroeger (vocals); Ren‚ Mart¡nez (guitar, acoustic guitar); Mats Berntoft, Ed Adair, Tim Pierce, Sebastian Nylund, Henrik Jonback (guitar); Rene Toledo (acoustic guitar, steel guitar); Rick Nowels (acoustic guitar, keyboards, background vocals); Manny L¢pez (acoustic guitar); Fernando Tobon (electric guitar, cuatro, mandolin, background vocals); Dave Randall, Rusty Anderson (electric guitar); Joseph Edelberg, David Schoenbrun, Joseph H‚rbert, Carla Picchi, Emily Onderdonk, Paul Ehrlich, Deborah Price, Jeremy Cohen , Joseph H‚bert, Marika Hughes (strings); Ed Calle (saxophone); Ulises Bella (tenor saxophone); Asdrubal Sierra (trumpet, background vocals); Julius Melendez, Bill Ortiz (trumpet); Jeff Cressman, Marty Wehner, Arturo Velasco (trombone); Chester Thompson (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, organ, keyboards); Paquito Echevarria (piano); KC Porter (electric piano, keyboards, drum programming, background vocals); John Ginty (organ, keyboards); Lester Mendez (keyboards, percussion, programming); Jos‚ Gaviria (keyboards, programming, background vocals); Andr‚s M£nera (keyboards, programming); Mark Bates, Sister Bliss (keyboards); Karl Perazzo (drums, congas, timbales, percussion, background vocals); David Crockett (drums, percussion); Brian Collier, Dennis Chambers, Wuv, Michael Shrieve (drums); Shango Dely (congas, shekere); Raul Rekow (congas, background vocals); Jiro Yamaguchi (talking drum, tabla); Juan Cristobal Losada, Luis Conte, Bashiri Johnson , Jody Linscott (percussion); Dan Shea, Jeeve (programming); Wayne Rodrigues (drum programming); Andreas Allen (turntables); Corey Rooney, Nikki Harris, Dawn Beckman, Kike Santander, Niki Haris, Ozomatli, Pauline Taylor, Shelene Thomas, Siedah Garrett, Sy Smith, Jeanette Olsson (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Chris Lord-Alge; Manny Marroquin; Andr‚s M£nera; Peter Wade; David Bianco; David Frazer; David Thoener; Jeeve ; Jeff Poe; Jim Gaines; Mike Couzzi; Andy Grassi; Ash Howes; Steve Fontano; Bill Malina; Bruce Swedien.
Recording information: Cello Studios, Hollywood, CA; Cubejam, Miami, FL; Eckl Park, LA, CA; Electric Lady Studios, New York, NY; Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, CA; Maitreya's Music Room, Seattle, WA; Metropolis, London, England; MT Studios, Miami, FL; Music Grinder Studios, LA, CA; O Henry Studios, Burbank, CA; Platinum Sound studios, New York, NY; Santana Studios, San Rafael, CA; Sarm West, London, England; Signature Sound, CA; Sparky Dark, CA; Studio Four, PA; Studio G, Miami, FL; The Big Space, Santa Monica, CA; The Gallery, Miami, FL; The Hit Factory, New York, NY; TRG Studios, Burbank, CA; Wallyworld, San Rafael, CA; Where's My Cut Studio, Hollywood, CA; Worldbeat Recording, Calabasas, CA.
Photographer: Kwaku Alston.
Arrangers: Carlos Santana; Andr‚s M£nera; Jos‚ Gaviria; Lester Mendez; Fernando Tobon.
On Santana's second Arista album, SHAMAN, the formula that turned SUPERNATURAL into a multi-platinum comeback machine is employed again with equally positive results. Carlos and his returning band of semi-regulars play backup to a revolving door of hit-making lead singers. Consequently, the album is a mixed, multi-format bag of great singles, each of which feature lots of Carlos's distinctive lead guitar (placed appropriately high in the mix).
This time out there's even more variety. Apparently not satisfied with simply crossing over, album co-producer Clive Davis ambitiously brokered an album that attempts to snare record buyers of every conceivable type. To this end, SHAMAN includes not only Latin, R&B, rap, and rock tracks, but also features grunge, classical and Nu Metal. Amazingly, the record is much more cohesive than would seem possible, sounding utterly contemporary and radio-ready throughout. Regardless of its disparate elements, SHAMAN is one thing for sure: a stunning pop record.
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