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Power Of Peace is a new album from Carlos Santana and The Isley Brothers. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Santana And The Isley Brothers Come Together For 'Power Of Peace'

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Power of Peace is the tile of the new album from Santana and The Isley Brothers Maryanne Bilham/Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Making 'Power Of Peace' With The Isley Brothers Checks One Off Santana's Bucket List

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The Isley Brothers & Carlos Santana's Power Of Peace comes out July 28. Maryanne Bilham/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Isley Brothers & Carlos Santana, 'Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)'

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This week's episode of Alt.Latino offers songs for recovery and healing. Bianca Polak/Flickr hide caption

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Alt.Latino's Post-Election Meditation: Music For Healing

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Santana's original lineup reunites for Santana IV, out April 15. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Carlos Santana Breaks Down His Band's Trailblazing Sound

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Carlos Santana visits NPR for an interview about his new memoir The Universal Tone: Bringing My Story to Light. Maggie Starbard/NPR hide caption

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Carlos Santana: 'I Am A Reflection Of Your Light'

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Carlos Santana uses music to reflect on his career in this week's episode of Alt.Latino. Frank Micelotta/Getty Images hide caption

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In Music, Carlos Santana Seeks The Divine

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Carlos Santana with bassist David Brown performing at Woodstock. Tucker Ransom/Getty Images hide caption

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'Oye Como Va'

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"Las Ciudades" by Chavela Vargas

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