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Jazz Rock/Fusion

3.20 | 205 ratings

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mel from hell
4 stars Progressive in my opinion has to have an open-minded perception about music. O course,this album is not similar with albums like Abraxas or Caravanserai but it should be judged based on the music it contains and not with criteria that 'excommunicate' everything not so progressive. We can say that this effort is more 'pop' than his earliest works but it is at least commendable. The latin element is ubiquitous in 'Supernatural' and it gives a more summer touch.Riffs and solos that stick to your head along with diverse and interesting vocal lines.It is not so jazzy but Santana's playing is enough progressive by its nature. Personally, I enjoyed myself a lot with tracks such as (Da Le) Yaleo,Put Your Lights On,Africa Samba,Smooth, Maria Maria,Corazon Espinado and Primavera. The other songs are nice too but the aforementioned are those that I pick. A latin and very pleasant album. A very good effort for me which surely deserves 4 stars
mel from hell | 4/5 |


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