Ah, Sweet Dancer

Album: Shape Shifter (2012)
  • Carlos Santana first heard this song in a taxicab in Germany. He tracked it down in a local record store and began performing it regularly on tour before recording it as the closing number for his 2012 Shapeshifter album.
  • The recording features solos from both Carlos and his son, musician Salvador Santana, who plays piano.

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