Multi-Dimensional Warrior Import
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On disc one; Carlos reminds us of his spiritual side, the soulful side of Santana. Those looking for Santana's rock roots need to look elsewhere, this is Santana searching for his spiritual soulful side.
On disc two; look for Santana to jam, slow guitar based Jams which accentuate his strengths.
Again do not look for Santana's Greatest hits. This album consists of Santana's strengths, his ability to uplift. To inspire! so kick back and enjoy this music with a glass of your drink of choice
The second CD is one Carlos provides, that does include some of his best instrumentals previously, recorded. So, don't expect much new there simply, great Santana music. The first CD sounds as if they are new productions, and they do sound similar to Carlos Santana's work from the 80's, with Alex Ligertwood (??) singing. Maybe, some are looking for something that's so new, that it doesn't sound like the artist you know, or isn't typical of his style. What can I tell you? You gotta' expect this as no surprise coming from Santana. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
This is the strongest 2 CD set I presently own and I have over 1000 Cd's in my collection.
"BUY THIS NOW!" Thank me later........Randal
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Coming from a Santana fan for many years. Its one of the best!!!Published 13 months ago by denisebrown
This was the best CD made in 100 years you will never find a CD like this again they don't make music like this anymorePublished on April 25, 2014 by Andre Fullard
I first became aware of the "Multi-Dimensional Warrior - Live At The Fillmore" project in late 2009 when I found a video concert on the (then) HDNet (check out [... Read morePublished on September 12, 2013 by RB44
This is a very good compilation -- disk two is all instrumental which is why I bought it and the first song is not my favorite song ... period.Published on September 26, 2010 by RJN
I really think this is Carlos Santana's best work. You can't expect a musician
to play the same style all the time. Read more
'Brothers' was his best record from the 90's. The best tracks were covers (Blues Latino, en Aranjuez con tu amor) but Luz, Amor y Vida, was his very last instrumental masterwork,... Read morePublished on April 10, 2010 by Donovan Igor Urrutia Leos