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September 15, 2005

Santana's New Album


When Carlos Santana collaborates, big things tend to happen. That might be why Outkast's Big Boi, Mary J. Blige and Black Eyed Pea Will.I.Am are among the many artists who signed on for the guitar great's latest album.

All That I Am, due November 1, features Big Boi and Blige on a track called "My Man" and Will on "I Am Somebody." Other guests include Bo Bice on "Brown Skin Girl," Sean Paul and Joss Stone on "Cry Baby Cry," Aerosmith's Steven Tyler on "Just Feel Better," Anthony Hamilton on "Twisted," Los Lonely Boys on "I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love" and guitar virtuosos Robert Randolph and Metallica's Kirk Hammett on the aptly titled "Trinity," according to Santana's publicist.


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