Santana talks about nurturing his spirit, growing as an artist, and Caravanserai : Alt.Latino Felix Contreras and Anamaria Sayre sit down with Carlos Santana to talk about nurturing his spirit, growing as an artist and 50 years of Caravanserai, an iconic album he co-produced with drummer Michael Shrieve.

Carlos Santana: Why 1972's divisive, spiritual 'Caravanserai' wasn't 'career suicide'

Carlos Santana: Why 1972's divisive, spiritual 'Caravanserai' wasn't 'career suicide'

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Felix Contreras and Anamaria Sayre sit down with Carlos Santana to talk about nurturing his spirit, growing as an artist and 50 years of Caravanserai, an iconic album he co-produced with drummer Michael Shrieve.