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Samba Pa Ti (Santana)

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“Samba Pa Ti” (‘Samba for You’) is a popular Latin/blues/jazz rock piece by the famous Latin rock band from the US known as Santana. The composition was written in 1970 and was released as part of the band’s 2nd album titled “Abraxas”. The original composition is an instrumental piece lasting 4:45. Later the song was covered by the popular guitarist from Puerto-Rico José Feliciano who added lyrics to it. “Samba Pa Ti” was often used in the media of the UK, particularly for TV ads background, as well as in some TV series including “Cold Case”. The piece is one of the two instrumentals on the album, together with "Incident at Neshabur". Musically, “Samba Pa Ti” consists of two unfinished parts united together and becoming a classical highlight of Santana’s music style, a perfect mix of Latin influences and rock/blues themes. The key of the original composition is G.
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comments Francis T. 05 Jul 2016 09:19

Now as I'm coming back to this tune I realise that it did stand the test of time successfully. I heard Santana perform some 20 years ago I think, at the time when I didn't even know that I would decide to take up guitar one day in the distant future. I read that one day it struck him that the music he played did not reflect who he really was, that's when Samba Pa Ti was composed, a composition that would become Santana's musical reflection and the expression of his original music style. I started playing guitar late in my 50ies and on passing the basic steps I remembered that there were some works that used to excite me when I was younger, Santana's Samba being one of them. I was worried about the challenge it would present but instead was pleasantly happy about the fluency I went with through the sheet music (must brag here). There are no words enough to describe what a magic elevated feeling I experienced playing it.

 
 
   
   
 
 
   
 
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