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Riz Khan
The soulful sound of Carlos Santana
The musician speaks about his personal philosophy and racial tensions in the US.
Last Modified: 11 Feb 2008 11:21 GMT

Carlos Santana launches the Asia leg of his tour,
Live your light, in Dubai on February 15

On Thursday Riz speaks with guitar legend Carlos Santana, who has been reinventing music for four decades.

His fusions of jazz, salsa, blues and rock influenced an entire generation in the 1970s, and his collaborations with pop artists in the 1990s put him firmly back on the music scene.
 
Santana launches the Asia leg of his tour, Live Your Light, in Dubai on February 15.

He talks to Riz about his personal philosophy, racial tensions in the United States, and who he is planning to vote for in this year's elections.

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This episode of Riz Khan aired on Thursday, February 7, 2008

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