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Alt.Latino

In Music, Carlos Santana Seeks The Divine

The guitarist says he sees music as a "positive thought that creates a million positive vibrations."

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Music Articles

'Oye Como Va'

Tito Puente's song reached its widest audience when it was released by Santana, helping solidify their place in history as one of the fathers of Latin rock.

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