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All That I Am is led by the single 'I'm Feeling You', which reteams Santana with Michelle Branch, who wrote the song with John Shanks and Kara DioGuardi. Santana also taps some rock heroes on the new disc, with Aerosmith's Steven Tyler contributing vocals to 'Just Feel Better', while Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett appears with pedal steel phenom Robert Randolph on the instrumental track 'Trinity'. American Idol runner-up Bo Bice appears on 'Brown Skin Girl'. Arista. 2005.
Carlos Santana doesn't stop at just new material for his 2005 release All That I Am; the CD hits the streets with a blindingly bright lineup of guest stars: Joss Stone, Mary J. Blige, Will.i.Am, Steven Tyler, Bo Bice, and a batch of others step up, tugging a listener into territory marked less by "Oye Como Va" than by an obsession with VMA-worthy performances. That's not necessarily a bad thing. Songs like "Twisted," with Anthony Hamilton, and "I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love," with Los Lonely Boys, find the original Latin guitar god grooving in a vein similar to the one that caused charts to explode and careers to scrape the stratosphere when he teamed with Rob Thomas for 1999's "Smooth." Other tracks, including opener "Hermes" and the aptly named "El Fuego," sound more authentically Latin--a nod to the faithful. The master comes closest to meeting his match on track nine. If there's an heir to the guitar-hero legend spawned by Santana, Eric Clapton, and others, pedal-steel whiz Robert Randolph makes a powerful case on "Trinity" that he's it. -Tammy La Gorce
With Carlos Santana already achieving newfound popularity while he remain
as great as ever, the immortal rock guitarist and the band of band would deliver
another... Read more
It has been a while now since this albumn has been released, and for anyone who has not spent some time with it, let me say this one is great. Read morePublished on May 6, 2012 by D. Docherty
Santana is good but the CD is crap, its not a proper CD as u expect...
You can't make FLAC file in order to play on your portable music player, if you use the copy feature... Read more
First let me say, I'm a big fan of 70's classic rock. I can't help it- I just love the music from that decade. Read morePublished on November 8, 2008 by B. E Jackson
Santana moves out into a new more hip hop style genre in this fantastic CD.
Favorite song is with Michelle Branch "I'm feeling you"! Read more