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Santana – Santana IV (2016)

Santana – Santana IV (2016)

‘Santana IV’ remind us of what made the Santana band so groundbreaking, influential and appealing back in the day, plus a little bit more.

Salvador Santana, singer-songwriter and keyboardist: Something Else! Interview

Salvador Santana, singer-songwriter and keyboardist: Something Else! Interview

Salvador Santana has grown up to be far more than just the son of Carlos Santana – though that’s a role he clearly relishes nevertheless.

Gregg Rolie remembers Santana breakthrough at Woodstock: ‘We thought of it as just another gig’

Gregg Rolie remembers Santana breakthrough at Woodstock: ‘We thought of it as just another gig’

Woodstock kicked off on August 15, 1969, then grew to truly epic proportions. Santana’s Gregg Rolie says its scope only dawned on him later.

Partial Santana reunion gets under way early: ‘We’re off to a good start’

Partial Santana reunion gets under way early: ‘We’re off to a good start’

After working on nine or so reunion songs, Santana is set to perform a series of dates with former bandmates Gregg Rolie and Neal Schon.

Neal Schon sparked the long-awaited Santana reunion: ‘It’s just going to be magical’

Neal Schon sparked the long-awaited Santana reunion: ‘It’s just going to be magical’

For Neal Schon, the chance to connect again with mentor Carlos Santana has been more than a musical journey. It’s an emotional one, too.

’90 percent of who I am today’: Carlos Santana’s guitar inspiration might surprise you

’90 percent of who I am today’: Carlos Santana’s guitar inspiration might surprise you

In the midst of a long-hoped-for reunion of the classic-era edition of his old band, Carlos Santana is giving credit to drummer Michael Shreive for his role in creating Santana’s signature sound.

‘We cherish you’: Carlos Santana’s emotional reunion with homeless former bandmate

‘We cherish you’: Carlos Santana’s emotional reunion with homeless former bandmate

Carlos Santana has reunited with the original congo player from the Santana Blues Band, after discovering that Marcus “The Magnificent” Malone had fallen on hard times.

Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin – Invitation to Illumination: Live at Montreux (2013)

There’s a sense of homecoming, both in the musical selection and in the easy collaborative verve, about Carlos Santana and John McLaughlin’s Invitation to Illumination: Live at Montreux.

Robert Randolph and the Family Band – Lickety Split (2013)

“I’m the only one who does what I do,” says Robert Randolph matter-of-factly, and anyone even only casually familiar with his music know he’s right.

‘Not too rehashed or too thought out’: Classic-era Santana reunion could arrive as soon as 2014

‘Not too rehashed or too thought out’: Classic-era Santana reunion could arrive as soon as 2014

Neal Schon has his own opinions about how a planned reunion of the early 1970s lineup of Santana should unfold. He wants to return to the loose, improvisational feel of their classic collaboration Santana III.

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