Santana ‎– Corazón

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RCA ‎– 88843-06029-2, Sony Music Latin ‎– 88843-06029-2
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CD-1 Saideira (Spanish Version)
Adapted By [Spanish Version] – Juan Pablo Sorin, Rodrigo F. Leão*Featuring, Written-By, Adapted By [Spanish Version] – Samuel RosaWritten-By – Rodrigo Leão
3:55
CD-2 La Flaca
Featuring – JuanesWritten-By – Pau Donés
4:11
CD-3 Mal Bicho
Featuring – Los Fabulosos CadillacsWritten-By – Flavio Oscar Cianciarulo*
3:38
CD-4 Oye 2014
Featuring – PitbullWritten-By – Armando Christian Perez*, Niles Hollowell-Dhar, Ernest 'Tito' Puente*
3:23
CD-5 Iron Lion Zion
Featuring – ChocQuibTown*, Ziggy MarleyWritten-By – Bob Marley
4:30
CD-6 Una Noche En Nápoles
Featuring – Lila Downs, Niña Pastori, SoledadWritten-By – China F. Forbes*, Thomas Mack Lauderdale*
4:30
CD-7 Besos De Lejos
Featuring – Gloria EstefanWritten-By – Gerard Mendes*, Teofilo Chantre
4:17
CD-8 Margarita
Featuring, Written-By – Romeo Santos
4:01
CD-9 Indy
Featuring – Miguel (67)Written-By – Miguel Pimentel*
3:26
CD-10 Feel It Coming Back
Featuring – Diego Torres (2)Written-By – Rafael Esparza-Ruiz, Yoel Henríquez
4:09
CD-11 Yo Soy La Luz
Written-By – Carlos Santana
4:06
CD-12 I See Your Face
Written-By – Bola Sete
1:19
Bonus Tracks
CD-13 Saideira
Featuring, Written-By – Samuel RosaWritten-By – Rodrigo F. Leão*
3:55
CD-14 Beijo De Longe
Featuring – Gloria EstefanWritten-By – Gerard Mendes*, Teofilo Chantre
4:17
CD-15 Amor Correspondido
Featuring – Diego Torres (2)Written-By – Rafael Esparza-Ruiz, Yoel Henríquez
4:10
DVD-1 The Making Of Corazón
Edited By [Color Correction] – Libor CevelikEdited By [Color Correction], Animation [Opening & Closing] – Ruslan ShakirovEdited By [Color Correction], Producer, Directed By – Lourival RodriguezProducer, Directed By – Ruslan Shakirov

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Santana's first Latin music album with bonus DVD "The Making Of Corazón".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 8843-06029-2 2
  • ASIN: B00JAOK4N0
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): DIDX-1048489 1 A01
  • Mastering SID Code (CD): IFPI L328
  • Mould SID Code (CD): IFPI 5081
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD): DVSS-5984200A1 1 A03
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L332
  • Matrix / Runout: IFPI 0077

Other Versions (5 of 18) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
88843-03571-2 Santana Corazón(CD, Album) RCA, Sony Music Latin 88843-03571-2 US 2014 Sell This Version
88843-03571-2 Santana Corazón(CD, Album, Gat) RCA, Sony Music Latin 88843-03571-2 US 2014 Sell This Version
88843069192 Santana Corazón(CD, Album) RCA, Sony Music Latin, Sony Music 88843069192 Brazil 2014 Sell This Version
88875-00887-2 Santana Corazón(CD, Album + DVD-V, NTSC + Dlx) RCA, Sony Music Latin 88875-00887-2 Colombia 2014 Sell This Version
88843-03571-2, 8 8843-06917 2 Santana Corazón(CD, Album) RCA, Sony Music Latin 88843-03571-2, 8 8843-06917 2 Colombia 2014 Sell This Version

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bermudatriangle888

bermudatriangle888

August 2, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Its not really a true Santana album to me. Its more like an album that is exclusively targeting the Spanish speaking market-in South America/Mexico & in Miami & LA but isn't even good enough for that. I didn't think the music was very strong. I thought it was very ordinary and sounded like a band trying to sound like Santana rather than it actually being Santana. Earlier Santana albums used both English and Spanish which worked well-plus the choice of material on those early Santana albums was very carefully selected which isn't the feeling I get from this CD-it feels more like a series of casual party jams at Carlos's place containing material that has meaning to Carlos Santana and not to so many others. If I had been the one in the record company that decides to release or reject an album from an artist I would have rejected this album wholeheartedly due to its musical ordinariness and heavy use of Spanish and largely very cheesy new artist collaborations. I don't see this album doing well in North American markets at all. It is like middle of the road contemporary Spanish rock music-from Spain-the kind of stuff that never makes it past middle of the road European top 40 radio. It lacks the passion of most of the other Santana material-even recent Santana albums like Shape Shifter which have no vocals at all is light years past this continental plonk. Its music to wash your face to-or make sandwich to-or feed the cat to. I think its not even as good as an Enrico Iglesias album.