Shaman

~ Release by Santana (see all versions of this release, 8 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Adouma
miscellaneous support:
Sergio Minski (task: production coordinator) and Andres Silva (task: executive director for Santander Productions)
programming:
José Gaviria and Andres Munera
assistant engineer:
Ben Conrad and Juan Esteban Aristizábal (Juan Esteban Aristizábal Vásquez)
engineer:
Jim Gaines, José Gaviria and Andres Munera
producer:
Fernando “Toby” Tobón, Jose Gaviria, Kike Santander and Andres Munera
mixer:
Mike Couzzi and Andres Munera
bass guitar [bass], cuatro, electric guitar and mandolin:
Fernando “Toby” Tobón
electric guitar [electric lead guitar]:
Carlos Santana
keyboard [keyboards]:
José Gaviria, Andres Munera and Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
background vocals:
José Gaviria, Kike Santander and Fernando Tobón
lead vocals:
Tony Lindsay
vocals:
Andy Vargas
arranger:
Fernando “Toby” Tobón, José Gaviria and Andres Munera
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
produced for:
Santander Productions
mixed at:
Santander Studios in Miami, Florida, United States
engineered at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States, MT Studios in Miami, Florida, United States and Studio G (Miami, FL) in Miami, Florida, United States
recording of:
Adouma
writer:
Jean Hébrail and Angélique Kidjo
publisher:
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996)
Santana4:15
2Nothing at All
programming:
Dan Shea
additional assistant engineer:
Greg Price (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Ben Conrad
engineer:
Jim Gaines, Peter Wade Keusch and Jose Sanchez
producer:
Cori Rooney and Dan Shea
assistant mixer:
Dan Bucchi
mixer:
Peter Wade and Bruce Swedien
editor:
Peter Wade Keusch and Justin Lieberman
acoustic guitar:
René Martinez (guitarist, technician, engineer)
acoustic guitar [acoustic steel string guitar]:
René Toledo
congas:
Karl Perazzo
electric guitar [electric lead guitar] and nylon guitar [acoustic nylon strings guitar]:
Carlos Santana
background vocals:
Cori Rooney and Shelene Thomas
lead vocals:
Musiq
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
produced for:
Cori Rooney Entertainment and Dan Shea Productions
mixed at:
The Hit Factory in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
engineered at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States and The Hit Factory in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Nothing at All
writer:
Cori Rooney and Rob Thomas (Matchbox Twenty)
publisher:
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Cori Tiffani Publishing and Sony/ATV Songs LLC
Santana featuring Musiq34:29
3The Game of Love
miscellaneous support:
Robert Cappadona (task: project coordinator for Alex Ander & Rick Nowels) and Kirstin Johnson (task: project coordinator for Alex Ander & Rick Nowels)
drum machine programming:
Wayne Rodrigues
additional engineer:
Ben Conrad, Scott Holderby, Kieron Menzies and Alan Veucasovic
engineer:
Greg Collins (engineer), Jim Gaines, Chris Garcia (recording engineer, bass player), Michael Rosen (US metal producer/engineer) and Randy Wine
producer:
Alex Ander and Rick Nowels
mixer:
Manny Marroquin
editor:
Tone (engineer, real name Josh Weaver)
acoustic guitar and keyboard [keyboards]:
Rick Nowels
additional electric guitar:
Rusty Anderson
additional percussion:
Luis Conte (percussionist)
bass guitar [bass]:
Benny Rietveld (Bass guitar player)
congas:
Raul Rekow
drums (drum set):
Brian Collier
electric guitar [electric lead guitar]:
Carlos Santana
organ and piano:
Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
percussion:
Karl Perazzo
trombone:
Jeff Cressman and Marty Wehner (trombonist)
trumpet:
Julius Meléndez and Bill Ortiz
additional vocals:
Tony Lindsay and Andy Vargas
background vocals:
Michelle Branch, Siedah Garrett, Niki Harris (US dancer and pop dancer) and Rick Nowels
background vocals [backing vocals]:
Michelle Branch, Siedah Garrett, Niki Haris (US dancer and pop dancer) and Rick Nowels
lead vocals:
Michelle Branch
horn arranger:
Jeff Cressman, Bill Ortiz and Carlos Santana
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and RCA Records (not for release label use! for the imprint, please use “RCA” instead) (in 2002)
mixed at:
Larrabee Sound North in Universal City, California, United States
engineered at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States and The Big Space in Santa Monica, California, United States
music videos:
The Game of Love (music video) by Santana featuring Michelle Branch
recording of:
The Game of Love
writer:
Alex Ander and Rick Nowels
publisher:
EMI–April Music, Inc., Future Furniture Music, Keepin’ It Real, How ’Bout You? and Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
Santana featuring Michelle Branch44:14
4You Are My Kind
miscellaneous support:
Becky Scott (task: production coordinator)
programming:
Havana Hustlers and Lester Mendez
assistant engineer:
Scott Holderby, Elias Ponce and Phil Tyreman
engineer:
Jim Gaines, Lester Mendez and Dan Vickers
producer:
Lester Mendez
mixer:
Manny Marroquin
editor:
Justin Lieberman
additional acoustic guitar:
Manny López
electric guitar [electric lead guitar] and rainstick [rain stick]:
Carlos Santana
Hammond organ [Hammond B3] and Rhodes piano [Fender Rhodes]:
Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Lester Mendez
percussion:
Karl Perazzo
lead vocals:
Seal (English-born singer and songwriter)
arranger:
Lester Mendez
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
mixed at:
Larrabee Studios North in Universal City, California, United States
engineered at:
CubeJam in Miami, Florida, United States, Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States and SARM West in Notting Hill, Kensington and Chelsea, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom
recording of:
You Are My Kind
lyricist and composer:
Rob Thomas (Matchbox Twenty)
publisher:
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships)
Santana featuring Seal4:20
5Amoré (Sexo)
miscellaneous support:
Becky Scott (task: production coordinator)
programming:
Havana Hustlers and Lester Mendez
assistant engineer:
Jon Bellec, Patrick Woodward, Elias Ponce and Christine Sirois
engineer:
Jim Gaines, Juan Losada and Lester Mendez
producer:
Dallas Austin and Lester Mendez
assistant mixer:
Bill Malina
mixer:
Manny Marroquin
editor:
Larry Phillabaum and Rick Sheppard (engineer)
electric guitar [electric lead guitar] and nylon guitar [acoustic nylon strings guitar]:
Carlos Santana
percussion:
Juan Losada, Lester Mendez and Karl Perazzo
piano [acoustic piano]:
Paquito Hechavarría
trombone [trombones] and trumpet:
Jesus “Chuchie” Jorge
background vocals:
Dawn Beckman and Sy Smith
lead vocals:
Macy Gray
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
produced for:
DARP, Inc.
mixed at:
Larrabee Studios North in Universal City, California, United States
engineered at:
CubeJam in Miami, Florida, United States, Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States, O Henry Studios in Burbank, California, United States and The Hit Factory in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
samples:
Estamos chao by Eddie Palmieri
recording of:
Amoré (Sexo)
writer:
Dallas Austin, Macy Gray, Lester Mendez and Javier Vazquez
publisher:
Apollinaire Music, Cyptron Music, EMI Longitude Music, EMI–Blackwood Music Inc., Mel Boopie’s Cocktail Lounge and Music and Zomba Songs Inc.
Santana featuring Macy Gray3:52
6Foo Foo
additional assistant engineer:
Michael Anderson (engineer)
additional engineer:
Stephen Hart (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Ben Conrad and Michael Rosen (US metal producer/engineer)
engineer and mixer:
Jim Gaines
producer:
Carlos Santana
assistant mixer:
Steve Fontano
editor:
Tone (engineer, real name Josh Weaver)
bass guitar [bass]:
Benny Rietveld (Bass guitar player)
congas:
Raul Rekow
drums (drum set):
Dennis Chambers
electric guitar [electric lead guitar] and nylon guitar [acoustic nylon strings guitar]:
Carlos Santana
keyboard [keyboards]:
Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
percussion:
Karl Perazzo
trombone:
Jeff Cressman
trumpet:
Bill Ortiz
vocals:
Tony Lindsay, Carlos Santana and Andy Vargas
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
mixed at and engineered at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States
recording of:
Foo Foo
writer:
Yvon Andre, Claude Jean, Hermann Nau, Roger Eugene and Yves Joseph
publisher:
Divine Revelation Music and Zafen Productions
Santana46:29
7Victory Is Won
additional assistant engineer:
Michael Anderson (engineer)
additional engineer:
Stephen Hart (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Ben Conrad
engineer and mixer:
Jim Gaines
producer:
Carlos Santana
editor:
Tone (engineer, real name Josh Weaver)
12 string guitar [acoustic 12-string guitar] and electric guitar:
Carlos Santana
bass guitar [bass]:
Benny Rietveld (Bass guitar player)
drums (drum set):
Dennis Chambers
keyboard [keyboards] and piano [acoustic piano]:
Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and RCA Records (not for release label use! for the imprint, please use “RCA” instead) (in 2002)
mixed at and engineered at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States
recording of:
Victory Is Won
composer:
Carlos Santana
publisher:
Stellabella Music
Santana3.55:20
8Since Supernatural
assistant engineer:
Kevin Myers, Dale Penco, Michael Rosen (US metal producer/engineer) and Evan Rossiter
engineer and mixer:
Andy Grassi
producer:
Wyclef Jean (Haitian rapper, musician and actor) and Jerry “Wonder” Duplessis
editor:
Serge “Sergical” Tsai
electric guitar [electric lead guitar] and nylon guitar [acoustic nylon strings guitar]:
Carlos Santana
keyboard [keyboards]:
Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
percussion:
Karl Perazzo
additional vocals:
Kenny Mohammed “The Human Orchestra” and Dayona Pringle
lead vocals:
Governor Washington (US R&B & hip-hop musician, f/k/a Governor) and Melkie Jean
mixed at:
Platinum Sound Studios in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
engineered at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States and Platinum Sound Studios in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
Since Supernatural
writer:
Jerry Duplessis, Governor Washington (US R&B & hip-hop musician, f/k/a Governor) and Wyclef Jean (Haitian rapper, musician and actor)
publisher:
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), EMI–Blackwood Music Inc., Huss‐Zwingli Publishing Inc., Sony/ATV Tunes LLC and Te‐Bass Music Publishing, Inc.
Santana featuring Melkie Jean & Governor Washington4:32
9America
assistant engineer:
Jon Bellec and Patrick Woodward
engineer:
Jim Gaines, Phil Nicolo and Steve Russell (engineer/producer)
producer:
Howard Benson and P.O.D. (American metal band - Payable on Death)
mixer:
Chris Lord‐Alge
editor:
Jason Lader, Larry Phillabaum and Mike Plotnikoff
bass guitar [bass]:
Traa
drums (drum set):
Wuv
electric guitar [electric lead guitar]:
Carlos Santana
guitar:
Marco
vocals:
Sonny (American singer and rapper)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
mixed at:
Image Studios in Los Angeles, California, United States
engineered at:
Signature Sound in San Diego, California, United States, Sparky Dark in Calabasas, California, United States, Studio Four in Pennsylvania, United States and The Hit Factory in Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
recording of:
America
writer:
Marcos, Sonny (American singer and rapper), Traa and Wuv
publisher:
Famous Music Corp. and Souljah Music
Santana featuring P.O.D.4.54:35
10Sideways
assistant engineer:
Ben Conrad
engineer:
Jim Gaines and Stephen Hart (engineer)
producer:
Clarence Greenwood
mixer:
David Bianco (American engineer and record producer)
editor:
Justin Lieberman and Tone (engineer, real name Josh Weaver)
additional keyboard [keyboards], guitar [rhythm guitar] and lead vocals:
Clarence Greenwood
bass guitar [bass]:
Me’Shell Ndegéocello
drums (drum set):
Rodney Blade
electric guitar [electric lead guitar] and timbales:
Carlos Santana
keyboard [keyboards]:
Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
keyboard [keyboards] and organ:
John Ginty
percussion:
Bashiri Johnson and Karl Perazzo
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
mixed at:
Larrabee Studios North in Universal City, California, United States
engineered at:
Electric Lady Studios in Greenwich Village, New York, New York, United States and Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States
earliest release:
Sideways by Citizen Cope
recording of:
Sideways
lyricist and composer:
Clarence Greenwood (Citizen Cope)
publisher:
Cope Music and EMI–April Music, Inc.
Santana featuring Citizen Cope4:42
11Why Don’t You & I
miscellaneous support:
Becky Scott (task: production coordinator)
programming:
Havana Hustlers and Lester Mendez
assistant engineer:
Ben Conrad, Scott Holderby and Robert Read
engineer:
Jim Gaines, Juan Christobal Losada, Bill Malina and Lester Mendez
producer:
Lester Mendez
mixer:
Manny Marroquin
editor:
Christopher Forrest
additional guitar [guitars]:
Tim Pierce and R.J.
electric bass guitar [chorus bass]:
Lee Sklar
electric guitar [electric lead guitar] and keyboard [keyboards]:
Carlos Santana
Hammond organ [Hammond B3]:
Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
keyboard [keyboards]:
Lester Mendez
percussion:
Karl Perazzo
saxophone:
Ed Calle
trombone and trumpet:
Jesus “Chuchi” Jorge
lead vocals:
Chad Kroeger
horn arranger:
Lester Mendez
arranger:
Lester Mendez
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
mixed at:
Larrabee Studios North in Universal City, California, United States
engineered at:
Cello Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States, CubeJam in Miami, Florida, United States, Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States and The Gallery in Miami, Florida, United States
recording of:
Why Don't You & I
lyricist and composer:
Chad Kroeger
publisher:
Anaesthetic Publishing and Warner–Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (publisher; do NOT use as release label)
Santana featuring Chad Kroeger4:34
12Feels Like Fire
recording engineer:
Phill Brown (UK engineer) (lead vocals)
assistant engineer:
Ben Conrad
engineer:
David Frazer (engineer), Jim Gaines and Grippa
producer:
Dido Armstrong (English singer‐songwriter) and Rollo Armstrong (Rollo Armstrong of Faithless)
mixer:
Ash Howes (British mixer, writer and musician)
editor:
Christopher Forrest and Justin Lieberman
acoustic guitar:
Martin McCory
additional electric guitar:
Dave Randall (UK guitarist, member of Slovo)
electric guitar [electric lead guitar]:
Carlos Santana
keyboard [keyboards]:
Mark Bates (member of the band Dusted), Sister Bliss and Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
percussion:
Jody Linscott
background vocals:
Ola Taylor and Pauline Taylor
lead vocals:
Dido (English singer‐songwriter)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
mixed at:
Metropolis (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom
engineered at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States and Metropolis (London) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom
recording of:
Feels Like Fire
writer:
Dido Armstrong (English singer‐songwriter), Pnut and Rollo Armstrong
publisher:
BMG Music Publishing Ltd., BMG Songs Inc., Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships), Warner Chapell Music Ltd (1996–2019) and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
Santana featuring Dido2.54:40
13Aye Aye Aye
assistant engineer:
Ben Conrad, Scott Holderby and Michael Rosen (US metal producer/engineer)
engineer:
Jim Gaines, Eddie Kramer (engineer) and Michael Rosen (US metal producer/engineer)
producer:
Carlos Santana and Michael Shrieve
mixer:
Jim Gaines
editor:
Tone (engineer, real name Josh Weaver)
bass guitar [bass]:
Benny Rietveld (Bass guitar player)
congas:
Raul Rekow
drums (drum set):
Michael Shrieve
drums (drum set) and percussion:
Karl Perazzo
electric guitar [electric lead guitar] and nylon guitar [acoustic nylon strings guitar]:
Carlos Santana
keyboard [keyboards]:
Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
background vocals:
Karl Perazzo, Raul Rekow and Carlos Santana
lead vocals:
Andy Vargas
sampler [horn loops] arranger:
Michael Shrieve
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
mixed at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States
engineered at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States and Maitreya’s Music Room in Seattle, Washington, United States
recording of:
Aye Aye Aye
writer:
Karl Perazzo, Raul Rekow, Carlos Santana and Michael Shrieve
publisher:
Maitreya Music and Stellabella Music
Santana4:46
14Hoy es adios
programming:
Jeeve (Jean-Yves “Jeeve” Ducornet)
assistant engineer:
Scott Holderby
engineer:
Jeeve (Jean-Yves “Jeeve” Ducornet) and Michael Rosen (US metal producer/engineer)
producer and mixer:
Klaus Derendorf and Jeeve (Jean-Yves “Jeeve” Ducornet)
editor:
Tone (engineer, real name Josh Weaver)
electric guitar [electric lead guitar] and nylon guitar [acoustic nylon strings guitar]:
Carlos Santana
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Klaus Derendorf and Jeeve (Jean-Yves “Jeeve” Ducornet)
lead vocals:
Alejandro Lerner
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
mixed at:
Where’s My Cut Studio in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
engineered at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States and Where’s My Cut Studio in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States
recording of:
Hoy es adiós
writer:
Klaus Derendorf, Jean‐Yves Ducornet (Jean-Yves “Jeeve” Ducornet) and Alejandro Lerner
publisher:
Migrant Music (work publisher), Pen Music Group (publisher; do NOT use as release label), The Fly and the Bee Music, Universal Musica Inc. and Where’s My Cut Publishing
Santana featuring Alejandro Lerner4:37
15One of These Days
miscellaneous support:
Sarah Sykes (task: production coordinator)
drum machine programming:
JB Eckl and KC Porter
additional engineer:
Stephen Hart (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Luis Quiñe
engineer:
Jim Gaines, JB Eckl, KC Porter, Luis Quiñe and Sebastian Arocha Morton
producer:
KC Porter
mixer:
Jeff Poe
bass guitar [bass]:
Wil‐Dog Abers
congas, membranophone [Kenya drum] and shekere:
Shangó Dely
electric guitar [electric lead guitar]:
Carlos Santana
electric piano and keyboard [keyboards]:
KC Porter
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Raul Pacheco
guitar [rhythm guitar] and keyboard [keyboards] and background vocals and lead vocals:
JB Eckl
Hammond organ [Hammond B3]:
Sebastian Arocha Morton
tabla and talking drum:
Jiro Yamaguchi
tenor saxophone:
Ulises Bella
trombone:
Arturo Velasco
trumpet:
Asdru Sierra
turntable [turntables]:
Andreas Allen
background vocals:
KC Porter, Ozomatli and Asdru Sierra
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
produced for:
Heliotrope and WorldBeat Productions
mixed at:
WorldBeat Recording in Calabasas, California, United States
engineered at:
Eckl Park in Los Angeles, California, United States, Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States, TRG Studios in Burbank, California, United States and WorldBeat Recording in Calabasas, California, United States
recording of:
One of These Days
writer:
JB Eckl, KC Porter and Carlos Santana
publisher:
Insignia Music Publishing, Jivatma Music, Olinga Music, Stellabella Music, Universal Music (plain logo: “Universal Music”) and Universal Música Unica (Latin artist publishing)
Santana featuring Ozomatli5:52
16Novus
additional engineer:
Stephen Hart (engineer)
assistant engineer:
Ben Conrad
engineer:
Robert Conley, David Frazer (engineer), Jim Gaines, Justin Lieberman and Brian Montgomery
additional producer:
Benny Rietveld (Bass guitar player)
producer:
Walter Afanasieff (lead vocals) and Carlos Santana
mixer:
David Frazer (engineer)
editor:
Robert Conley and Nick Thomas (engineer)
bass guitar [bass]:
Benny Rietveld (Bass guitar player)
congas, percussion and timbales:
Karl Perazzo
electric guitar [electric lead guitar] and nylon guitar [acoustic nylon strings guitar]:
Carlos Santana
keyboard [keyboards]:
Chester Thompson (US keyboardist Chester D. Thompson for Santana & Tower of Power)
strings:
Jeremy Cohen (violinist), Joseph Edelberg, Paul Ehrlich, Marika Hughes, Joseph Herbert, Sarah Knutson, Emily Onderdonk, Carla Picchi, Deborah Price, David Schoenbrun and James Shallenberger
lead vocals:
Plácido Domingo (tenor)
strings arranger:
Benny Rietveld (Bass guitar player)
arranger:
Carlos Santana
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002) and Arista Records, LLC (in 2002)
mixed at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States
engineered at:
Fantasy Studios (Berkeley) in Berkeley, California, United States, Music Grinder Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California, United States, Santana Studios in San Rafael, California, United States and Wallyworld in San Rafael, California, United States
recording of:
Novus
writer:
Walter Afanasieff, Greg DiGiovine, Richie Rome (Richard V. Di Cicco (Producer, arranger, orchestra conductor & songwriter)), Carlos Santana and Gábor Szabó
publisher:
Gabor & Cardigan Music, Richard Rome Music, Sony/ATV Tunes LLC, Stellabella Music, Tony Tutto Music and Wallyworld Music
Santana featuring Plácido Domingo4:12

Credits

Release

printed in:U.S.A.
art direction:Richard Thomas Jennings
photography:Kwaku Alston
executive producer:Antonio "LA" Reid
producer:Clive Davis
Carlos Santana
mastering:Leon Zervos
strings:Marika Hughes
illustration:Rudy Gutierrez
design:Su Suttle
manufactured by and distributed by:Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here)
copyrighted (©) by and phonographic copyright (℗) by:Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (in 2002)
mastered at:Masterdisk in New York, New York, United States
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/393718 [info]
ASIN:US: B00006IR5V [info]