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Supernatural [Import]

SantanaAudio CD
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,141 customer reviews)

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Delivered with a level of passion and soul equal to the legendary sonic charge of his guitar, the sound of Carlos Santana is one of the world's best-known musical signatures. For more than four decades—from Santana's earliest days as a groundbreaking Afro-Latin-blues-rock fusion outfit in San Francisco—Carlos has been the visionary force behind artistry that transcends ... Read more in Amazon's Santana Store

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  • Audio CD (June 15, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: June 15, 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Bmg/Arista
  • ASIN: B00000J7J4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,141 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,564 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. (Da Le) Yaleo
2. Love Of My Life (Featuring Dave Matthews)
3. Put Your Lights On ( Featuring Everlast)
4. Africa Bamba
5. Smooth (Featuring Rob Thomas)
6. Do You Like The Way (Featuring Lauryn Hill & CEE LO)
7. Maria Maria (Featuring The Product G&B, Produced by Wyclef)
8. Migra
9. Corazon Espinado (Featuring Mana)
10. Wishing It Was (Featuring Eagle Eye Cherry)
11. El Farol
12. Primavera
13. The Calling (Featuring Eric Clapton)

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The Arista debut of Carlos Santana and band gives fans of the soulful guitar vet two albums in one, but it's a decidedly good-news, bad-news proposition. First, there's a fine collection of late-'90s-model Santana--tastefully tooled songs driven by Latin jazz and Afro-Cuban rhythms ("[Da Le] Taleo," "Africa Bamba," "Migra," "Primavera," and the emotionally charged instrumental "El Farol") that allow Carlos plenty of elbowroom for his passionate soloing. Then there's the collection of tracks featuring a lineup of de rigueur alternative and hip-hop stars, including Dave Matthews, Everlast, Rob Thomas, Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean, and Eagle Eye Cherry. To their credit, Matthews ("Love of My Life") and Eagle Eye Cherry ("Wishing It Was") muster enough chemistry to make the fusion work. But the rest of the collaborations feel like an unnecessary stretch to reach out to a younger demographic that El Jefe has little trouble attracting on his own terms. --Jerry McCulley

Product Description

Includes (Da Le) Yalleo with Dave Matthews; Love Of My Life with Everlast; Put Your Lights On; Africa Bamba; Smooth with Rob Thomas; Do You Like The Way with Lauryn Hill; Maria, Maria; Migra with Mana; Corazon Espinado; Wishing It Was with Eagle-Eye Cherry; El Farol; The Calling with Eric Clapton. 13 tracks.

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285 of 301 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Really a darn good album December 8, 1999
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Format:Audio CD
Okay, I've read something like 400 of these reviews so I thought I'd speak up. I've been a Santana fan since the early '70's. My personal preference is for Santana's old jazz/rock fusion albums, (e.g., "Illuminations"[1974], "Borboletta"[1974], "Lotus"[1974], and the impossible to categorize, "Oneness"[1979]). But "Supernatural"[1999] is definitely Santana's best pop/rock album in at least 12 years ("Freedom"[1987]) and maybe 28 years ("Santana III"[1971]). I felt the band's last studio album, "Milagro"[1992], was too diffuse and self-indulgent to achieve greatness (despite some fabulous individual tracks).
I like almost every track on "Supernatural." The Latin rock tracks include "(Da le)Yaleo," "African Bamba," "Migra," "Corazon Espinado"(featuring Mana), and "Primavera"; in my opinion, any one of the last 3 of these is worth the price of the CD. I'd never heard of Lauryn Hill before I bought this album, but I really love "Do You Like the Way"--I didn't much care for it at first listen, but it grew on me. "El Farol" is a sweet, passionate sort of light jazz guitar solo with typical blazing crescendo. "The Calling" w/Eric Clapton is decent, but not great--though both guitarists manage to put out (all-too-brief) moments of sheer wonder. I don't care much for either "Maria, Maria" w/Product G&B, or "Wishing It Was" w/Eagle-Eye Cherry. The pop tunes, "Love of My Life" (featuring Dave Matthews) and "Smooth" (featuring Rob Thomas) are really great tracks.
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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars An ok "Carlos" Cd, but a poor "Santana" one. December 24, 1999
Format:Audio CD
I've read many of the reviews of "Supernatural" and i've yet to see anyone mention something that is obvious to any longtime Santana fan, that is that this is a "Carlos" album and NOT a "Santana" album, regardless of what the cover says.
Carlos has always had his career split into two parts, one as a member and leader of the "Santana" band and one as a solo artist. The albums released using just the name "Santana" have always implied that they are ones with the entire Santana band (and nobody else) playing and singing the music, and although Carlos has changed the lineups in his band many times throughout the years, his band albums always have a distinct sound. In the past, whenever he would want to take a break and do something a little different and play with people outside of his band (such as John McLaughlin, John Coltrane, Herbie Hancock, The Fabulous Thuderbirds etc.) he would always label those projects as "Carlos Santana" albums. Carlos Santana's career has totalled 31 official albums, 24 being "Santana" albums and 7 being "Carlos Santana" albums, (Supernatural should have been the 8th Carlos solo project and not the 24th Santana album) so that makes the ratio around 3/1 in favour of "band" albums over solo projects.
Now, here's why i think the cd was deliberately mislabelled. You see, Carlos reunited with his original producer, Clive Davis for this cd, and in doing so he also switced record labels, leaving his short lived stay at Polydor to join Clive's "Arista" records. Arista would obviously want a "Santana" album to be Carlos's first release with them because the Carlos solo projects, while usually praised by critics, have never sold well.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Ideal for the newly-converted Santana fan August 18, 2000
Format:Audio CD
Supernatural is without a doubt Santana on the crest of a wave, culling the cream of the music world's singers and incorporating catchy rhythms and of course mind-blowing guitar-playing from Carlos himself. Nearly all the songs here are perfect; the only divots are the lightweight and repetitive AFRICA MAMBA and the ultra-bluesy/latino instrumental EL FAROL. The first three tracks are sheer class, with (DA LE) YALEO employed as a flamboyant mood-setter and featuring a tremendous conga solo from musician Raul Rekow, LOVE OF MY LIFE sung by Dave Matthews, who has the best voice, in my opinion, of all the singers on the album, a gentle ballad that develops into a fast-paced rock song, and PUT YOUR LIGHTS ON written and sung by Everlast, another acoustically perfect slowish track that includes all the same a rock portion halfway through. After AFRICA MAMBA comes the sublime SMOOTH, the worldwide best-seller that needs no introduction as Supernatural's most famous song, and illustrating Rob Thomas' excellent song-writing and vocal talents. Another of my favourites is MIGRA, a fast-paced song with a thumping rhythm and a distinct African flavour to it. It is on this track that Santana excels himself the most, on the guitar as well as on the lyrics that he co-invented with Tony Lindsay. The album also comprises its fair share of slow songs, such as the mostly instrumental PRIMAVERA and the best-seller MARIA MARIA. Oh, and here I'll take the opportunity to make a stand against Wyclef Jean. Great producer he may be in tandem with Jerry Wonder Duplessis, but I wish he would stop intervening in perfectly songs with his mindless and slurred comments. Read more ›
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