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Corazón (Deluxe Version)

May 6, 2014

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: April 8, 2014
  • Release Date: April 8, 2014
  • Label: Sony Music Latin/RCA Records
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  • Total Length: 57:39
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  • ASIN: B00JK0PI9Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (169 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,571 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

I'm Hispanic and the music sometimes can be very pop music sounding.
Reuben E. Marks Jr.g
I have enjoyed this album started to listen to it on spotify and now I am going to buy it.
Sasidhar G. Betha
Some good selections with a lot of beat but several sleepy tracks that drag it down.
Michael Grosh

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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By ElManShalom on May 21, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Enough of this formula - Santana guest starring on his own album. Since Supernatural and with the exception of the Excellent Shape Shifter and a handful excellent songs over the last 10 years worth of recordings, what we have here is yet another potpourri of artists " leaving their egos " at the door and letting Carlos arrange these songs and over play on many of them.

Ive seen Carlos 67 times in concert - last week he played in Miami. No question he has still got it ! No question his guitar is one of the most unique distinguished uplifting sounds in the world. You can be anywhere and you will instantly recognize him when he comes on the radio. Except for 3 new songs from Corazon, Smooth and Maria Maria everything else in the 2.5 hour concert came from the first 3 Santana albums plus as always a version of A Love Supreme.

If you like formulaic 4 - 5 minute " pop " songs and top forty fodder like " Margarita " you will like this album. For me the best track is clearly " Sadeira " it is shoulders above the rest. The song cooks and sounds like a real Santana group effort. " Oye 2014 " is Pitbull rapping - who would have thought Rap music on a Santana album, " Besos de Lejos " was far better served on the Food for Thought album with Cesaria Evora - that track really had swing ! As for the puerile lyrics on the track " Indy " " i would really like to lay ya way up in the Himalayas " just skip this track altogether ! I wish Carlos would forget about being commercial and being on Dancing with the Stars and get down to playing Santana band music - jazzy world infused, samba afro cuban music. Hey Carlos how about an album with Juan Luis Guerra !!!! Tony Shalom, Miami
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Arthurly on May 22, 2014
Format: Audio CD
Yes, he has done it again. There are obviously two generations of Santana fans - those of us who experienced the golden days over the first dozen or so albums and 'newer' ones who are more used to a mish-mash of guest singers with Carlos in a supporting role. There has been some dire stuff, in particular 'Guitar Heaven'. I thought the latin flavor might see this through, but it's pretty dire, although I don't mind the Estefan tracks. Other reviewers who've seen him recently reckon that live he's still playing brilliantly. A real shame that my all-time favorite is reduced to turning out this pap on record.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Miele on May 15, 2014
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I like this album better than the last couple of Santana albums, which had left me almost thinking that I was done buying Santana albums. Since Supernatural the band has a more polished, modern sound and this might be the best album since that time. The band is tight (Benny Reitveld is a monster on bass) and Carlos' playing is front and center. I could do without the rap vocals and the awful Oye Como Va remake, but the rest of the album is well worth the price.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Alfred N Godinez on June 5, 2014
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I anxiously anticipated the release of this CD for months after hearing a sample of La Flaca.After giving the disc two listens,I understand why La Flaca was previewed,it is the most enjoyable track on this disc.For fans of Carlos' guitar virtuosity,I HIGHLY RECOMMEND purchasing his previous release:Shape Shifter.That CD features Carlos' SWEET guitar leads and solos on every track,and inspires the listener with Carlos' innate spirituality.
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It's a pity the virtuosity and artistic brilliance which once inspired John McLaughlin and Miles Davis, and gave to the world fusion classics such as `Caravanserai', `Welcome' and `Borboletta' is now reduced to this.

`Corazon' deploys the guest-star format adopted by so many artists in recent years (from Moby to Morcheeba to the late, great John Lee Hooker). The 12 songs each feature a different singer/guest artist: Samuel Rosa; Vincentico; Javany Xavier/Ximena Munoz; Romeo Santos; Ziggy Marley & Gloria Estefan (believe it or not, Gloria's contribution is one of the album's better moments), and others.

None of these songs are very memorable, let alone destined to be `classics'. The overall impression is of low-brow Latin-American pop music, punctuated with occasional moments of messy production and surprisingly harsh sound. `Oye 2014' is particularly excruciating: stick to the original `Oye Como Va', please.

Carlos is well into middle-age with his sharp edge blunted years ago, but his guitar licks remain unmistakable: if you heard any of these songs booming out of an open car window, the ID of the guitarist would be recognisable immediately. Unfortunately without Carlos' name and `brand' attached to this collection, it would be destined for immediate bargain-bin obscurity.

The packaging looks like a garish advertisement for a down-market Mexican restaurant: primary colours festooned with Aztec motifs in a (what looks like hallucinogen-inspired) 1970s pop art style.

Trying to be positive, a few of these numbers may play well in the salsa clubs and make good party music. Also on the plus side, proceeds from sales will go to the Milagro Foundation, Carlos's charity established in 1998 dedicated to the health and education of underprivileged children, so some small good may result from this depressing and unremarkable dross.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By RJ.TEMPEST on May 29, 2014
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First may I say how much it pains me to write this but here goes.
I thought Carlos had hit rock bottom with "Guitar Heaven" but he pulled back some of his credibility with "Shape Shifter," not a brilliant album by any means, but it did have flashes of what he was and is famous for.
His amazing talent (at least in the studio) seems to have gone, now dimmed by whatever dims amazing talent, who am I to say what the reasons are for some of his recent disastrous work ? But this...what is it supposed to be ?

I have been a fan of Carlos and his many incarnations since the very first album when my friends and I would savour (no pun intended) every note, every drum beat, every organ lick...we air guitared with Carlos, we hit imaginary timbales in time with José "Chepito" Areas and Michael Carabello, we played the Hammond B3 on the kitchen table with Gregg... it was SANTANA... !!!

Times and musical tastes change, we all get older, I'm 60 now and still regularly listen to "Caravanserai" and "Supernatural."
Not sure where I'm going with this, except to say I really really wanted to like his new project, I couldn't believe it when I read that the original band were back together (what happened when they regrouped seems to be a mystery) and then...
...Then I heard this and it all fell apart, there are mere moments when I can recognize the mastery of Carlos but mere moments are not enough.
Maybe it's time to hang up the guitar and concentrate on something else, I need to go and listen to "Guajira" and put a damp towel on my head, but before I do that, the Hammond B3 on the kitchen table needs playing.
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