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The tracks are: 1. Smooth/Dame Tu Amor (Feat, Rob Thomas), 2. Black Magic Woman, 3. Oye como Va, 4. Maria Maria (Feat, The Product G&B), 5. The Game Of Love (Feat, Michelle Branch), 6. Europa, 7. Soul Sacrifice.
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I purchased the promo CD that Target offered and I was very suprised at how bad this set is. The sound is terrible to start. The first track, "Smooth" is ok, however there should have been a bridge to "Tu Amor" to make it sound logical instead of a gap. Carlos sounds weak on guitar through out - could be the editing.....or lack of. Or...it could be Santana's way of expressing his frustration of being a pawn for the record company. And the brass section......need I say anymore?
I did see a copy of the DVD at the store and the whole package looks cheap. Poor photo's, packing, and overall presentation. Based on it's appearance I would have guessed it was a bootleg rather than an offical release from the record company. Yieks!!
A by track critique:
"Smooth/Tu Amor" - sloppy, over kill on the horns, and no bridge to "Tu Amor" - which makes the whole song sloppy.
"Black Magic Woman" - probably the best track. Sounds like Greg Rolie on vocals?
"Oye Como Va" - the other good track on this set.
"Maria, Maria" too ghetto to be cool. The Product G&B are too busy 'keepin' it real' and cause a big distraction to the song - the crowd seemed to love it, however.
"The Game of Love" - sounds like a rehersal more than anything else. Michelle Branch who is usually good sounds terrible and Carlos.......is he plugged in? I can't seem to hear him.
"Europa" - terrible arrangement. Carlos isn't allowed to shine. I guess the 20 something crowd has never heard this song - on the "Sacred Fire" disc the crowd knows the opening riff and goes wild. At the end of the song the band receives a "golf clap" and rightfully so. Normally this song is usually a show stopper.
"Soul Sacrifice" - terrible arrangement. Over kill on so many levels.
If you want a great live CD, get "Sacred Fire" or "Supernatural".