Santana videography

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Santana discography

Santana in Munich on 21 January 2000
Releases
Music videos 13
Concert tour videos 10
Box sets 1

The videography of Santana and his band Santana, a Mexican-American rock guitarist, currently consists of 10 concert tour videos, 13 video singles and 1 box set.

Over a career spanning forty years, Santana has been seen as exemplifying latin rock, whilst diversifying into other genres. Santana sold in the following years more than 100 million album copies to date.[1] His best-selling album so far is Supernatural, which sold over 27 million copies worldwide. Rolling Stone named Santana number 15 on their list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time in 2003.[2] He has won 10 Grammy Awards and 3 Latin Grammy Awards.

Videos[edit]

Video singles[edit]

Year Music video Director(s) Notes
1990 "The Healer"
1999 "Smooth" Marcus Raboy
"Maria Maria"
"Put Your Lights On" Marcus Raboy
2000 "Corazón Espinado"
2002 "The Game of Love" Promotion-only video.
"Nothing at All" Marc Webb
"Why Don't You & I"
2005 "I'm Feeling You"
"Just Feel Better"
2006 "Cry Baby Cry" Chris Robinson
2007 "Into the Night"
2010 "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"

Concert tour videos[edit]

Year Video details Notes
1970 Woodstock II
  • Released: ???
  • Studio: ???
  • Format: ???
1971 Soul to Soul
1991 Viva Santana!
  • Released: July 1, 1991
  • Studio: Sony
  • Format: DVD, VHS
  • A compilation of live tracks, which contains the first twenty years, concentrating on the late 1960s, 1970s and early 1980s and also includes previously unreleased tracks. Not to be confused with the compilation "Viva Santana!".
1993 Sacred Fire
  • Released: November 2, 1993
  • Studio: Polygram, Island Videos
  • Format: CD, VHS, DVD, Cassette, Laserdisc
1999 Lightdance
  • Released: December 7, 1999
  • Studio: Image
  • Format: DVD, Laserdisc
  • This live compilation featured songs (all by "Santana"): Bella, Europa, Blues Latino, Aqua Marine, Samba Pa Ti, Ji-Go-Lo-Ba (Jingo), Dance Sister Dance.
2000 Influences
  • Released: October 20, 2000
  • Studio: Warner Bros.
  • Format: DVD, VHS
Supernatural Live
  • Released: September 12, 2000
  • Studio: Arista Records
  • Format: DVD, VHS
  • A stage performance by "Santana" and guests with behind-the-scenes footage, music videos, a mini documentary and more.
2002 Adventures In Rhythm From Afro-Cuban to Rock
  • Released: December 2, 2002
  • Studio: Warner Bros.
  • Format: DVD, VHS
  • This DVD showcases the Santana rhythm section, starring "Raul Rekow" and "Karl Perazzo" on congas, timbales, and other percussion instruments.
2005 A&E Live By Request
  • Released: November 14, 2005
  • Studio: Arista Europe
  • Format: DVD
??? Session Latina
  • Released: ???
  • Studio: ???
  • Format: ???

Box sets[edit]

Year Video details Notes
2006 Blues at Montreux
  • Released: October 17, 2006
  • Studio: Eagle Rock
  • Format: DVD

Video singles certifications[edit]

Year Single Certifications
(sales thresholds)
Album
1999 "Nothing at All"

US: Gold [3]

Shaman

Concert tour videos certifications[edit]

Year Concert tour video Certifications
(sales thresholds)
1991 "Viva Santana!"

US: Gold[4]

1993 "Sacred Fire"

US: Platinum[4]
ARG: Platinum[5]

2000 "Supernatural Live"

US: 3 × Multi-Platinum [4]
AUS: 6 × Platinum[6]

2003 "A & E Live By Request"

US: Platinum [4]
AUS: 2 × Platinum[6]

Box sets certifications[edit]

Year Box set Certifications
(sales thresholds)
2008 "Blues at Montreux"

US: Gold [7]

Guest Appearances[edit]

Year Album Director
1993 "Live"[8][9] Edwin Harper[10]
1995 "Sworn to the Drum: A Tribute to Francisco Aguabella"[8] Les Blank[11]
2000 "One Night Only"[8][12] unknown
2001 "Paco de Lucía-Light and Shade: A Portrait"[8] Michael Meert[13]
2003 "Cry"[8] unknown
2004 "Trey Anastasio with Special Guest Carlos Santana"[8] unknown
"World Music Portraits"[8][14] unknown
"Crossroads Guitar Festival"[8] unknown
"Miles Electric: A Different Kind of Blue"[8] Murray Lerner [15]
2007 "Carlos Santana and Wayne Shorter"[8] unknown

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