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2007 single disc anthology that brings the legendary guitarist's best recordings of his Arista Records era together with his greatest classics from the Columbia Records years on a single compact disc. Among the 18 tracks are the chart toppers 'Smooth', 'Maria Maria', 'Black Magic Woman', 'The Game Of Love' (with both Michelle Branch and Tina Turner), 'Oye Como Va' and many more.
2007 single disc anthology that brings the legendary guitarist's best recordings of his Arista Records era together with his greatest classics from the Columbia Records years on a single compact disc. Among the 18 tracks are the chart toppers 'Smooth', 'Maria Maria', 'Black Magic Woman', 'The Game Of Love' (with both Michelle Branch and Tina Turner), 'Oye Como Va' and many more.
886970629324
Various Artists - The Ultimate Santana: His All Time Greatest Hits

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Format: CD
Label: ARI
Catalog: 706293
Rel. Date: 10/16/2007
UPC: 886970629324

The Ultimate Santana: His All Time Greatest Hits
Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD
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2007 single disc anthology that brings the legendary guitarist's best recordings of his Arista Records era together with his greatest classics from the Columbia Records years on a single compact disc. Among the 18 tracks are the chart toppers 'Smooth', 'Maria Maria', 'Black Magic Woman', 'The Game Of Love' (with both Michelle Branch and Tina Turner), 'Oye Como Va' and many more.

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''Ultimate Santana'' is a collection by rock band Santana, combining hits from recent albums ''Supernatural'', ''Shaman'' and ''All That I Am'' with early classics. Amongst the 18 tracks there are three new recordings. This album was made possible when Sony Music Entertainment (parent of Columbia Records) merged with BMG (parent of Arista) to form Sony BMG (Sony later bought BMG's share, subsequently reforming SME).

On November 3, 2007 the album debuted at number eight on the U.S. ''Billboard'' 200 chart, selling about 56,000 copies in its first week. - Wikipedia

        
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