Album: "All That I Am"
Released: October 31st
Carlos Santana is one of the few musicians to whom the word legend can truly apply. In a career that has spanned more than four decades, this worldwide superstar has sold over 100 million albums and won numerous grammys; including a record-breaking 9 for his phenomenally successful album 'Supernatural' (25 million copies sold).
As with 'Supernatural' this highly anticipated new album features collaborations with a selection of today's hottest artists from all genres, proving that Santana remains an artist at the peak of his creativity, who is more relevant than ever to the current music scene.
"All That I Am" features collaborations with Steven Tyler, Big Boi / Mary J. Blige, Joss Stone / Sean Paul, Anthony Hamilton, Robert Randolph, Kirk Hammett, Will I Am, Michelle Branch and the Wreckres, and many more... each of them bringing a new layer to the iconic music that is synonymous to Santana. In addition to delivering guitar wizardry throughout, Carlos Santana co-produced 'All That I Am' with industry legend, Arista/J Records founder Clive Davis, who also produced the multi-platinum and award winning albums Supernatural and Shaman.
Santana's first single will be stand-out track "Just Feel Better,". This track merges Santana's powerful musicianship with the legendary voice of Steven Tyler.
His Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame status; recent "Legend Award" at the World Music Awards and defining sound that only he can create ensures that "All That I Am"; his 38th album; will follow the path of past success.
Ever since Santana's electrifying performance at the original Woodstock in 1969, Carlos has been a globally renowned artist who continues to evolve and grow with every new endeavour. 'All That I Am' builds on the legacy of one of the most extraordinary creative and personal journeys in music.
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