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Supernatural album for sale by Santana was released Jun 15, 1999 on the Arista label. Personnel: Carlos Santana (vocals, guitar, congas, percussion); Everlast (vocals, guitar); Dave Matthews, Rob Thomas, Lauryn Hill, Cee-Lo, The Product G&B, Fher, Eagle Eye Cherry (vocals); Eric Clapton, Francis Dunnery, Al Anderson, Sergio Vallin, JB Eckl (guitar); Danny Wolinski (flute, saxophone); KC Porter (accordion, programming, background vocals); Mic Gillette, Jose Abel Figueroa (trumpet, trombone); Marvin McFadden, Javier Melendez, William Ortiz (trumpet); Jeff Cressman, Steve Turre, Ramon Flores (trombone); Alex Gonzales (drums, background vocals); Billy Johnson, Carter Beauford, Horatio Hernandez, Rodney Holmes, Greg Bissonette, Jimmy Keegan (drums); Karl Perazzo (congas, timbales, percussion, background vocals); Raul Rekow (congas). ...See Full Description
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Like others, i bought this album for 'smooth' five years ago. may like it now. 'maria maria' good song.
By santana (england)
||As the name implies...Super&Natural|
A very inspiring piece of work!
The man lets his soul speak through his guitar.... unbelievable! It's as though his solos are improvised.
By zlider (Malta, Med Sea.)
||Surpisingly cohesive CD from Santana|
Normally, I'm wary when artists have so many guests on an album, but this CD is a pleasant surprise. This CD is home to some of Santana's best guitar playing in years.
By a reviewer (Charlotte, NC)
This is one of the best albums he has ever made. Keep it up santana!!
By Ivonne (Houston, Tx)
||The Sales Figures Tell It All|
There's a good reason so many people have purchased "Supernatural". With a little something for everybody, the bottom line is that when you strip music down to the basics, this is all-out, straight-forward rock music played by one of the all-time greats, and the result is true perfection.
By Dizzy (Spring Valley, New York)
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Supernatural songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1110523|
|Release Date||Jun 15, 1999|
|Recording Time||69 minutes|
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|Red Hot Chili Peppers|
Californication CD (1999)
Supernatural album for sale "Scar Tissue" won the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Rock Song. CALIFORNICATION was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album. "Scar Tissue" was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.
"Californication" was nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal and for Best Rock Song.
CALIFORNICATION finds The Red Hot Chili Peppers once again in the more straightforward punk-funk mode of BLOOD SUGAR SEX MAGIK. This return to their original sound also marks the return of prodigal son John Frusciante, who takes over for his replacement, Dave Navarro. The Chili Peppers fill CALIFORNICATION with material shaped by personal and professional turmoil, resulting in a somewhat more sensitive approach than one might expected from a band whose hard-core following are skate-punks and drunken frat-boys. Songs such as "Otherside," "Scar Tissue" and "This Velvet Glove" overflow with background harmonies, while Frusciante's unadorned guitar provides support for Anthony Kiedis' emotive singing and broken-hearted lyrics.
The title track is one of the most impressive songs this quartet has written--It tells a tale of wandering souls who've lost their way searching for the American Dream in California. This sensitive showing does nothing to undermine the Chili Pepper's trademark aggressive musical style. If anything, their playing has gotten tighter--as evidenced by the chicken-scratch funk of "Get On Top" and the scat-sung approach of "I Like Dirt." The most impressive anomaly on CALIFORNICATION is "Savior," an ethereal track that finds Frusciante playing with a tone reminiscent of early Peter Green.
Certified 4 x platinum by the RIAA featuring 'Californication'. 1999 release produced by Rick Rubin.
Engineers include: Jim Scott, John Sorenson, Greg Fidelman.
Personnel: Anthony Kiedis (vocals); Flea , John Frusciante (guitar); Patrick Warren (organ); Greg Kurstin (keyboards); Chad Smith (drums).
Audio Mixers: Chris Holmes ; Jim Scott .
Recording information: Ocean Way Recording.
Photographer: Sonya Koskoff.
Red Hot Chili Peppers: Anthony Kiedis (vocals); John Frusciante (guitar); Flea (bass); Chad Smith (drums).
Additional personnel: Patrick Warren (Chamberlin organ); Greg Kurstin (keyboards).
Brand New Day CD (1999)
Supernatural songs BRAND NEW DAY won the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Pop Album. "Brand New Day" won the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Performance.
BRAND NEW DAY continues Sting's sophisticated approach toward pop music as he once again collaborates with ace musicians on material that knows no cultural or stylistic boundaries. Not surprisingly, the tantric guru chooses love as the theme for this eclectic collection of songs.
Sting's cross-cultural forays range from a collaboration with Algerian singing sensation Cheb Mami on the Ofra Haza-meets-William Orbit "Desert Rose" to the bossa nova-influenced "Big Lie Small World." There's a jazz patina throughout--guest trumpeter Chris Botti emulates Miles Davis on the coffee-house hip-bop of "Perfect Love...Gone Wrong" and long-time friend Branford Marsalis adds mournful clarinet to the sumptuous string arrangements of the noirish "Tomorrow We'll See," a song about a weary prostitute straight out of a Raymond Chandler novel. Although the upbeat yet moody title track cheerfully rings with Stevie Wonder's bubbly harmonica, Sting's restlessness on "Fill Her Up" truly stands out. The track starts out as a country song (a la "I'm So Happy I Can't Stop Crying") in 9/8 time only to eventually reveal an ambient gospel chorus.
Principally recorded at Il Palagio, Italy and Mega Studios, Paris, France.
Personnel: Sting (vocals, guitar, bass); Cheb Mami, James Taylor, Ste (vocals); Dominic Miller (guitar); B.J. Cole (pedal steel guitar); Katherine Tickell (fiddle, Northumbrian pipes); Gavin Wright, Moulay Ahmed, Koulder Berkan, Salem Bnouni, Sameh Catalan (strings); Branford Marsalis (clarinet); Stevie Wonder (harmonica); Chris Botti (trumpet); Jason Robello (piano, Clavinet); Dave Hartley, Don Blackman (Hammond B-3 organ); Kipper (keyboards, drum programming); Manu Katche, Vinnie Colaiuta (drums); Minu Cinelu (percussion); Joe Mendez, Janice Pendarvis, Althea Rodgers, Marlon Saunders, Veneese Thomas, Darryl Tookes, Ken Williams, Tawatha Agee, Dennis Collins (background vocals); Ettamri Mustapha.
Mirrorball CD (1999) Top Seller
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MIRRORBALL was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Pop Album. "I Will Remember You" was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. "Possession" was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.
"I Will Remember You won the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. MIRRORBALL was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Pop Album. "Possession" was nominated for the 2000 Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.
Though not marketed overtly as a live album, MIRRORBALL sports periodic crowd noises along with an astonishingly clean sound. It also explores aspects of the Sarah McLachlan phenomenon--the frank, confessional singer/songwriter style of music that has made her so popular and the excess of commercialism that irritates her detractors to no end.
The performances on MIRRORBALL are dynamic and inspired, especially in the guitar work of David Sinclair and Sean Ashby. The percussion anchors things nicely, and McLachlan's voice soars over the proceedings. The track list includes fan favorites like the crossover hit "Building a Mystery," the Grammy-nominated "Aida," an insistent "Sweet Surrender" that exploits McLachlan's range to good effect, and the last track, a heartfelt version of the piano-driven "Angel," originally from the SURFACING album. MIRRORBALL, while unlikely to win her new fans, is a great document for McLachlan's legions of admirers.
Personnel: Sarah McLachlan (vocals, guitar, piano); Sean Ashby, David Sinclair (vocals, guitar); Vince Jones (vocals, keyboards); Ashwin Sood (vocals, drums, percussion); Brian Minato (bass).
Personnel: David Sinclair , Sean Ashby (vocals, guitar); Vince Jones (vocals, keyboards); Ashwin Sood (vocals, drums, percussion); Camille Henderson (vocals).
Audio Mixer: Tom Lord-Alge.
Photographer: Al Robb.
Two Against Nature CD (2000)
Supernatural songs TWO AGAINST NATURE won the 2001 Grammy Award for Album Of The Year, won the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album, won the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album and "Cousin Dupree" won the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.
In the 20 years that elapsed between 1980's GAUCHO and its follow-up, Steely Dan linchpins Donald Fagen and Walter Becker dabbled in solo projects, toured with the Rock & Soul Revue, and spent most of the '90s gearing up for the band's long-awaited eighth studio album, TWO AGAINST NATURE. Only nine songs long, TWO AGAINST NATURE is a clear example of quality over quantity. As has been the modus operandi throughout Steely Dan's existence, Fagen and Becker gathered an impressive backup crew of jazz players with impeccable chops to season the proceedings.
With both Becker and Fagen hovering around age 50, it's not surprising that most of this rich material deals with the uncertainties of middle age. Themes addressed include the complexities of relationships, whether they involve family ("Cousin Dupree"), a toxic significant other ("Negative Girl"), or an old flame met by chance ("What a Shame About Me"). Throughout, Steely Dan manages to successfully straddle the lines between light jazz, bebop, and the fusion from which the duo has previously borrowed nuances.
Recorded at River Sound, Clinton Sound and Electric Lady, New York, New York; Hyperbolic Sound, Maui, Hawaii.
Engineers include: Phil Burnett, Roger Nichols, Elliot Scheiner.
Personnel: Any Helm (whistling); Dean Parks, Hugh McCracken, Paul Jackson, Jr. , Walter Becker (guitar); Jon Herington (acoustic guitar); Lawrence Feldman (clarinet, saxophone, tenor saxophone); Roger Rosenberg (bass clarinet, baritone saxophone); David Tofani (saxophone); Chris Potter (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Lou Marini (alto saxophone); Michael Leonhart (trumpet, Wurlitzer organ); Michael Hitchcock (trumpet); Jim Pugh (trombone); Donald Fagen (piano, Fender Rhodes piano, organ, Wurlitzer organ); Ted Baker (piano, Fender Rhodes piano); David Schenk, Steve Shapiro (vibraphone); Michael White (drums, snare drum); Ricky Lawson (drums); Leroy Clouden, Sonny Emory, Keith Carlock, Vinnie Colaiuta (snare drum); Daniel Sadownick (timbales, percussion); Will Lee , Gordon Gottlieb (percussion); Cynthia Calhoun, Mike Harvey, Carolyn Leonhart (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Dave Russell ; Roger Nichols .
Recording information: Clinton Sound, New York, NY; Electric Lady, New York, NY; Hyperbolic Sound, Maui, HI; River Sound, New York, NY.
Editor: Jan Folkson.
Photographers: Walter Becker; Jason Fulford.
Arrangers: Donald Fagen; Walter Becker.
Steely Dan: Donald Fagen (vocals, keyboards); Walter Becker (guitar, bass).
Additional personnel: Hugh McCracken, Jon Herington, Dean Parks, Paul Jackson Jr. (guitar); Roger Rosenborg (clarinet, bass clarinet, saxophone); Roger Rosenberg, Lawrence Feldman (clarinet, saxophone); Roy Hitchcock (clarinet); Lou Marini, Chris Potter, Dave Tofani (saxophone); Michael Leonhart (trumpet, Wurlitzer); Jim Pugh (trombone); Ted Baker (piano, Fender Rhodes piano); Steve Shapiro, Dave Shank (vibraphone); Tom Barney (bass); Keith Carlock, Vinnie Colaiuta, Michael White, Ricky Lawson, Sonny Emory, Leroy Clouden (drums); Daniel Sadownick, Gordon Gottlieb (percussion); Amy Helm (whistler); Carolyn Leonhart, Cynthia Calhoun, Michael Harvey (background vocals).
|Dave Matthews Band|
Listener Supported CDs (1999)
Supernatural album for sale LISTENER SUPPORTED represents a full-circle return for the Dave Matthews Band. The Virginia natives turned college radio on its ear when they independently releasing a live album as their debut, helping make their newest live offering all the more apropos. Few bands are as comfortable performing live as the Dave Matthews Band. There's an organic electricity in the air that makes it seem as though anything is possible. Their fusion-meets-acoustic-rock-meets-folk-sound has been so successful due in part to their fiercely loyal fan base, a fact pointed to by this collection's title.
The secret weapon of the Dave Matthew's Band is its rhythm section, possibly the most underrated in the group's genre. Drummer Carter Beauford pours fire into the arrangements, taking the music to new heights, while musical prodigy Stefan Lessard's tight, melodic bass lines create the perfect symmetry. One listen to the outro of "Rapunzel" will surely silence the skeptics. Dave Matthews' vocals on "Crash Into Me" are as raw and honest as it gets. What makes this band so unique is that its live albums are as eagerly anticipated as its studio releases, neither of which receives significant promotion or marketing.
Recorded at Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford, New Jersey on September 11, 1999.
Recording information: Continental Airlines Arena, Eas (09/11/1999).
Dave Matthews Band: Dave Matthews, Boyd Tinsley, Stefan Lessard, Leroi Moore, Carter Beauford.
Additional personnel: Butch Taylor (keyboards); Tawatha Agee, Chinah Bess, Brenda White-King (background vocals).