Monday, 12 December 2005

CD Review

I like Carlos Santana's work :} I began to like his work after his album

SHAMAN

& my two favorite songs in "SHAMAN" were ::

The Game Of Love (Featuring Michelle Branch)
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&

Why Don't You & I (Featuring Chad Kroeger from Nickelback)
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Since then I added Santana to my favorite artists list :> & now his latest album is out with the title of (all that I am)



It might be odd if I said I liked Santana but not the guitar solo songs! They are a bit too strong?! For my ears, I always go for the songs that have words in them,, still I like his loud attitude that takes you to South American, as in his first track in this album (Hermes) shows exactly what I mean, below is the list of my favorite songs in this album ::

Hermes
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I'm Feeling You
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I Don't wan Lose Your Love
No listening link found in Amazon.com! Sorry :}

Da Tu Amor
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All in all I rate the Album with 8/10



7 comments:

Purgatory said...

I do not like the new stuff much, his vintage stuff are much better.

3baid said...

Michelle Branch mixes great with his music. :]

Q80-Chill Girl said...

Yeah ur a vintage guy @!@,, me hip me young me leo me evil? ;p

no seriouslly! i would like to hear some of his old stuff @!@ will try to digg'em up :} & then i shall give you my verdict "as if ur wating for it LOL!"

Q80-Chill Girl said...

3baid

I TOTALLY AGREEEEEEEEE

its just so relaxing :D ,, btw enta fahmni :D:D u can get my taste

Tarek said...

I did start to like Santana from his Album Supernatural, it's his best...his song smooth, on that album, is the most heard song ever. YOU SHOULD LISTEN TO THE WHOLE ALBUM .... SUPER.
I agree with the comments that his later work is not as good as that one.

Q80-Chill Girl said...

Tarek

:} will try to get "supernatural" to check it out, thx fo the recomendation

Sara Shuaibi said...

You must agree Michelle Branch rocks!