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1 (Da Le) Yaleo   5:51
2 Love of My Life Santana/Matthews 5:48
3 Put Your Lights On Schrody 4:47
4 Africa Bamba Toure/Toure/Santana 4:40
5 Smooth Shur/Thomas 4:56
6 Do You Like the Way Hill 5:52
7 Maria, Maria Rekow/Jean/Santana/ 4:21
8 Migra Taha/Lindsay/Santan 5:24
9 Corazon Espinado Fher/Olvera 4:32
10 Wishing It Was Cherry 4:59
11 El Farol Porter/Santana 4:49
12 Primavera Alonso/Eckl/Porter/ 5:17
13 The Calling Thompson/Santana/Gr 7:48
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Audio Compact Disc

Label: Arista

Style: Blues-Rock


UPC: 078221908023

Release Date: 06/15/1999

Original Release Date: 06/15/1999

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [(Da Le) Yaleo, Love of My Life, Put Your Lights On, Africa Bamba, Smooth, Do You Like the Way, Maria, Maria, Migra, Corazon Espinado, Wishing It Was, El Farol, Primavera, The Calling]

Stephen Thomas Erlewine

Santana was still a respected rock veteran in 1999, but it had been years since he had a hit, even if he continued to fare well on the concert circuits. Clive Davis, the man who had signed Santana to Columbia in 1968, offered him the opportunity to set up shop at his label, Arista. In the tradition of comebacks and label debuts by veteran artists in the '90s, Supernatural, Santana's first effort for Arista, is designed as a star-studded event. At first listen, there doesn't seem to be a track that doesn't have a guest star, which brings up the primary problem with the album -- despite several interesting or excellent moments, it never develops a consistent voice that holds the album together. The fault doesn't lay with the guest stars or even with Santana, who continues to turn in fine performances. There's just a general directionless feeling to the record, enhanced by several songs that seem like excuses for jams, which, truth be told, isn't all that foreign on latter-day Santana records. Then again, the grooves often play better than the ploys for radio play, but that's not always the case, since Lauryn Hill's "Do You Like the Way" and the Dust Brothers-produced, Eagle-Eye Cherry-sung "Wishing It Was" are as captivating as the Eric Clapton duet, "The Calling." But that just confirms that Supernatural just doesn't have much of a direction, flipping between traditional Santana numbers and polished contemporary collaborations, with both extremes being equally likely to hit or miss. That doesn't quite constitute a triumph, but the peak moments of Supernatural are some of Santana's best music of the '90s, which does make it a successful comeback. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi