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Nobody could have predicted the success of the star-studded Supernatural in 1999, but it revitalized the career of Santana, plus Clive Davis, who cooked up the whole idea of the comeback in the first place. Given its blockbuster status, a sequel that followed the same blueprint was inevitable, which is exactly what 2002's Shaman is. If anything, there's even less Carlos Santana here, proving that he and Davis are among those that believe that Supernatural was a success because of Rob Thomas and "Smooth," not the typically tasteful, excellent guitar playing. And, no surprise, Thomas has a strong presence here even if he doesn't sing. He writes two songs, flexing his muscles as a neo-soul songwriter (not badly, either, on cuts sung by Musiq and Seal), and providing the template for all the guests here: they want to launch a new stage of their career, finding a wider audience. Outside of Seal (who has a comeback of his own to launch) and Placido Domingo (who does these things because he can), everybody here has hearts to win and something to prove, and they do a mixed job of it. P.O.D. falls on its face with the embarrassing "America," but Chad Kroeger far outshines anything he's done with a surprisingly subtle and soulful "Why Don't You & I," easily better than anything by Nickelback. But this points out the problem on the record -- each song is tailored to the strengths of the lead singer, not the strengths of Santana, who's left with piddly, forgettable instrumental interludes and playing endless lines beneath the vocal melodies. Who can blame him? It's the only chance he really gets to play on this album. On the whole, it holds together no better or no worse than Supernatural -- it's the same record, essentially. True, there wasn't anything as awful as "America" or the foolish aural press release "Since Supernatural," but there was nothing as joyous and wonderful as the Michelle Branch-sung "The Game of Love." Written by the team behind the New Radicals' modern pop classic "You Get What You Give," it's every bit as soaring melodic and irresistible; it may not be Santana -- it sounds even less like Santana than "Smooth" -- but it's perfect pop, the best pop single of 2002, for reasons that have nothing to do with Santana. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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1
Adouma 00:04:15

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Angelique Kidjo, Composer, Lyricist - Jean Hebrail, Composer, Lyricist - Kike Santander, Producer - Andres Munera, Arranger, Keyboards, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Programmer, Recording Engineer - Fernando "Toby" Tobon, Arranger, Bass Guitar, Electric Guitar, Guitar, Mandolin, Producer - Jose Gaviria, Arranger, Keyboards, Producer, Programmer, Recording Engineer - Carlos Santana, Electric Guitar - Tony Lindsay - Andy Vargas - Chester Thompson, Keyboards - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Mike Couzzi, Mixing Engineer - Juan Esteban Aristizabal, Assistant Engineer - Ben Conrad, Assistant Engineer - Andres Silva, Director - Sergio Minski

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

2
Nothing At All 00:04:28

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Musiq, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Santana Featuring Musiq, Associated Performer - Rob Thomas, Composer, Lyricist - Cory Rooney, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Dan Shea, Producer, Programmer - Carlos Santana, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Karl Perazzo, Congas - René Martínez, Acoustic Guitar - Shelene Thomas - René Toledo, Acoustic Guitar - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Peter Wade Keusch, Engineer, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Jose Sanchez, Recording Engineer - Ben Conrad, Assistant Engineer - Bruce Swedien, Mixing Engineer - Dan Bucchi, Assistant Engineer - Greg Price, Assistant Engineer - Justin Lieberman, Engineer

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

3
The Game of Love (Main / Radio Mix) 00:04:14

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Michelle Branch, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Santana feat. Michelle Branch, Associated Performer - Alex Ander, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Rick Nowels, Acoustic Guitar, Composer, Keyboards, Lyricist, Producer - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Chris Garcia, Recording Engineer - Randy Wine, Recording Engineer - Greg Collins, Recording Engineer - Michael Rosen, Recording Engineer - Manny Marroquin, Mixing Engineer - Kieron Menzies, Assistant Engineer - Alan Veucosovic, Assistant Engineer - Scott Holderby, Assistant Engineer - Ben Conrad, Assistant Engineer - Tone, Engineer - Kirstin Johnson - Robert Cappadona - Wayne Rodrigues, Drum Programmer - Carlos Santana, Arranger, Electric Guitar - Chester Thompson, Organ, Piano - Benny Rietveld, Bass Guitar - Brian Collier, Drums - Karl Perazzo, Percussion - Raul Rekow, Congas - Bill Ortiz, Arranger, Trumpet - Julius Melendez, Trumpet - Jeff Cressman, Arranger, Trombone - Marty Wehner, Trombone - Andy Vargas - Tony Lindsay - Niki Harris - Siedah Garrett - Rusty Anderson, Electric Guitar - Louis Conte, Percussion

(P) 2002 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
You Are My Kind 00:04:16

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Seal, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Santana Featuring Seal, Associated Performer - Rob Thomas, Composer, Lyricist - Lester Mendez, Arranger, Keyboards, Producer, Programmer, Recording Engineer - Carlos Santana, Electric Guitar, Percussion - Chester Thompson, Guitar, Organ - Karl Perazzo, Percussion - Manny Lopez, Acoustic Guitar - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Dan Vickers, Recording Engineer - Manny Marroquin, Mixing Engineer - Scott Holderby, Assistant Engineer - Elias Ponce, Assistant Engineer - Phil Tyreman, Assistant Engineer - Justin Lieberman, Engineer - Havana Hustlers, Programmer - Becky Scott

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

5
Amoré (Sexo) 00:03:51

Macy Gray, Associated Performer, Composer, Featured Artist, Lyricist - Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Santana Featuring Macy Gray, Associated Performer - Lester Mendez, Composer, Lyricist, Percussion, Producer, Programmer, Recording Engineer - Dallas Austin, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Carlos Santana, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Karl Perazzo, Percussion - Juan Losada, Percussion, Recording Engineer - Jesus "Chuchi" Jorge, Trombone, Trumpet - Paquito Hechevarría, Piano - Dawn Beckman - Sy Smith - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Manny Marroquin, Mixing Engineer - Bill Malina, Mixing Engineer - Elias Ponce, Assistant Engineer - Jon Bellec, Assistant Engineer - Patrick Woodward, Assistant Engineer - Christine Sirois, Assistant Engineer - Rick Sheppard, Engineer - Larry Phillabaum, Engineer - Havana Hustlers, Programmer - Becky Scott

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

6
Foo Foo 00:06:27

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Yvon Andre, Composer, Lyricist - Roger M. Eugene, Composer, Lyricist - Jean-Claude Jean, Composer, Lyricist - Yves Joseph, Composer, Lyricist - Carlos Santana, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Producer - Dennis Chambers, Drums - Chester Thompson, Keyboards - Karl Perazzo, Percussion - Raul Rekow, Congas - Benny Rietveld, Bass Guitar - Tony Lindsay - Andy Vargas - Bill Ortiz, Trumpet - Jeff Cressman, Trombone - Gaines Jim, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Steve Fontano, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Hart, Engineer - Michael Rosen, Assistant Engineer - Ben Conrad, Assistant Engineer - Michael Anderson, Assistant Engineer - Tone, Engineer - Herman Nau, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

7
Victory Is Won 00:05:20

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Carlos Santana, Acoustic Guitar, Composer, Electric Guitar, Lyricist, Producer - Chester Thompson, Keyboards, Piano - Benny Rietveld, Bass Guitar - Dennis Chambers, Drums - Gaines Jim, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Stephen Hart, Engineer - Ben Conrad, Assistant Engineer - Michael Anderson, Assistant Engineer - Tone, Engineer

(P) 2002 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
America 00:04:35

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - P.O.D., Associated Performer, Featured Artist, Producer - Santana Featuring P.O.D., Associated Performer - Sonny, Composer, Lyricist - Marcos, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist - Traa, Bass Guitar, Composer, Lyricist - Wuv, Composer, Drums, Lyricist - Howard Benson, Producer - Carlos Santana, Electric Guitar - Steve Russell, Recording Engineer - Phil Nicolo, Recording Engineer - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Jon Bellec, Assistant Engineer - Patrick Woodward, Assistant Engineer - Chris Lord-Alge, Mixing Engineer - Larry Phillabaum, Engineer - Mike Plotnikoff, Editor - Jason Lader, Editor

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

9
Sideways 00:04:40

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Citizen Cope, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Santana Featuring Citizen Cope, Associated Performer - Clarence Greenwood (Citizen Cope), Composer, Lyricist - Clarence Greenwood, Guitar, Keyboards, Producer - Carlos Santana, Electric Guitar, Percussion - Karl Perazzo, Percussion - Chester Thompson, Keyboards - Rodney Blade, Drums - Meshell Ndegeocello, Bass Guitar - John Ginty, Keyboards, Organ - Bashiri Johnson, Percussion - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Stephen Hart, Recording Engineer - David Bianco, Mixing Engineer - Ben Conrad, Assistant Engineer - Tone, Engineer - Justin Lieberman, Engineer

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

10
Why Don't You & I 00:04:34

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Chad Kroeger, Associated Performer, Composer, Featured Artist, Lyricist - Santana feat. Chad Kroeger, Associated Performer - Lester Mendez, Arranger, Keyboards, Orchestrator, Producer, Programmer, Recording Engineer - Carlos Santana, Electric Guitar, Keyboards - Chester Thompson, Organ - Karl Perazzo, Percussion - Jesus "Chuchi" Jorge, Trombone, Trumpet - Ed Calle, Saxophone - Tim Pierce, Guitar - R.J., Guitar - Lee Sklar, Bass Guitar - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Juan Christobal Losada, Recording Engineer - Bill Malina, Recording Engineer - David Thoener, Mixing Engineer - Ben Conrad, Assistant Engineer - Scott Holderby, Assistant Engineer - Robert Read, Assistant Engineer - Christopher Forrest, Engineer - Havana Hustlers, Programmer - Becky Scott

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

11
Feels Like Fire 00:04:39

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Dido, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Santana Featuring Dido, Associated Performer - Dido Armstrong, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Rollo Armstrong, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Pnut, Composer, Lyricist - Carlos Santana, Electric Guitar - Chester Thompson, Keyboards - Mark Bates, Keyboards - Sister Bliss, Keyboards - Martin McCory, Acoustic Guitar - Dave Randall, Electric Guitar - Jody Linscott, Percussion - Ola Taylor - Pauline Taylor - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Grippa, Recording Engineer - David Frazer, Recording Engineer - Phill Brown, Recording Engineer - Ash Howes, Mixing Engineer - Ben Conrad, Assistant Engineer - Justin Lieberman, Engineer - Christopher Forrest, Engineer

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

12
Let Me Love You Tonight 00:05:34

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Anders Bagge, Composer, Lyricist - Arnthor Birgisson, Composer, Lyricist - Simon Climie, Composer, Lyricist - BAG, Producer, Programmer, Recording Engineer - ARNTHOR, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Programmer, Recording Engineer - Carlos Santana, Guitar - Chester Thompson, Organ - Karl Perazzo, Percussion - Mats Berntoft, Guitar - Sebastian Nylund, Guitar - Henrik Jonback, Guitar - Jeanette Olsson - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Stephen Hart, Assistant Engineer - Bob Hunt, Engineer

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

13
Aye Aye Aye 00:04:42

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Michael Shrieve, Arranger, Composer, Drums, Lyricist, Producer - Carlos Santana, Acoustic Guitar, Composer, Electric Guitar, Lyricist, Producer - Karl Perazzo, Composer, Drums, Lyricist, Percussion - Raul Rekow, Composer, Congas, Lyricist - Andy Vargas - Chester Thompson, Keyboards - Benny Rietveld, Bass Guitar - Gaines Jim, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Michael Rosen, Assistant Engineer, Recording Engineer - Eddie Kramer, Recording Engineer - Ben Conrad, Assistant Engineer - Scott Holderby, Assistant Engineer - Tone, Engineer

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

14
Hoy Es Adios 00:04:37

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Alejandro Lerner, Associated Performer, Composer, Featured Artist, Lyricist - Santana Featuring Alejandro Lerner, Associated Performer - Klaus Derendorf, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist, Mixing Engineer, Producer - Jeeve, Composer, Engineer, Guitar, Lyricist, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Programmer - Carlos Santana, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Michael Rosen, Recording Engineer - Scott Holderby, Assistant Engineer - Tone, Engineer

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

15
One Of These Days 00:05:51

Santana, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Ozomatli, Associated Performer, Featured Artist - Santana Featuring Ozomatli, Associated Performer - JB Eckl, Composer, Drum Programmer, Guitar, Keyboards, Lyricist, Producer, Recording Engineer - Kc Porter, Composer, Drum Programmer, Keyboards, Lyricist, Piano, Producer, Recording Engineer - Carlos Santana, Composer, Electric Guitar, Lyricist - Raul Pacheco, Guitar - Wil-Dog Abers, Bass Guitar - Sebastian Arocha Morton, Organ, Recording Engineer - Shangó Dely, Congas, Drums, Percussion - Jiro Yamaguchi, Drums, Tabla - Andreas Allen, Associated Performer - Ulises Bella, Tenor Saxophone - Asdru Sierra, Trumpet - Arturo Velasco, Trombone - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Luis Quine, Assistant Engineer, Recording Engineer - Jeff Poe, Mixing Engineer - Stephen Hart, Engineer - Sarah Sykes

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

16
Novus 00:04:10

Santana Featuring Placido Domingo, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Associated Performer - Carlos Santana, Acoustic Guitar, Arranger, Composer, Electric Guitar, Lyricist, Producer - Gabor Szabo, Composer, Lyricist - Walter Afanasieff, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Greg DiGiovine, Composer, Lyricist - Richard DiCicco, Composer, Lyricist - Benny Rietveld, Arranger, Bass Guitar - Placido Domingo - Chester Thompson, Keyboards - Karl Perazzo, Associated Performer, Congas, Percussion - Jeremy Cohen, Strings - Joseph Edelberg, Strings - Paul Ehrlich, Strings - Herbert Joseph, Strings - Marika Hughes, Strings - Sarah Knutson, Strings - Emily Onderdonk, Strings - Carla Picchi, Strings - Deborah Price, Strings - David Schoenbrun, Strings - James Schallenberger, Strings - Gaines Jim, Recording Engineer - Brian Montgomery, Recording Engineer - Robert Conley, Engineer, Recording Engineer - Justin Lieberman, Recording Engineer - David Frazer, Mixing Engineer, Recording Engineer - Stephen Hart, Engineer - Ben Conrad, Assistant Engineer - Nick Thomas, Engineer

(P) 2002 Arista Records LLC

Descriptif de l'album

Nobody could have predicted the success of the star-studded Supernatural in 1999, but it revitalized the career of Santana, plus Clive Davis, who cooked up the whole idea of the comeback in the first place. Given its blockbuster status, a sequel that followed the same blueprint was inevitable, which is exactly what 2002's Shaman is. If anything, there's even less Carlos Santana here, proving that he and Davis are among those that believe that Supernatural was a success because of Rob Thomas and "Smooth," not the typically tasteful, excellent guitar playing. And, no surprise, Thomas has a strong presence here even if he doesn't sing. He writes two songs, flexing his muscles as a neo-soul songwriter (not badly, either, on cuts sung by Musiq and Seal), and providing the template for all the guests here: they want to launch a new stage of their career, finding a wider audience. Outside of Seal (who has a comeback of his own to launch) and Placido Domingo (who does these things because he can), everybody here has hearts to win and something to prove, and they do a mixed job of it. P.O.D. falls on its face with the embarrassing "America," but Chad Kroeger far outshines anything he's done with a surprisingly subtle and soulful "Why Don't You & I," easily better than anything by Nickelback. But this points out the problem on the record -- each song is tailored to the strengths of the lead singer, not the strengths of Santana, who's left with piddly, forgettable instrumental interludes and playing endless lines beneath the vocal melodies. Who can blame him? It's the only chance he really gets to play on this album. On the whole, it holds together no better or no worse than Supernatural -- it's the same record, essentially. True, there wasn't anything as awful as "America" or the foolish aural press release "Since Supernatural," but there was nothing as joyous and wonderful as the Michelle Branch-sung "The Game of Love." Written by the team behind the New Radicals' modern pop classic "You Get What You Give," it's every bit as soaring melodic and irresistible; it may not be Santana -- it sounds even less like Santana than "Smooth" -- but it's perfect pop, the best pop single of 2002, for reasons that have nothing to do with Santana. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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