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Carlos Santana: Sound of the Heart, Song of the World
Carlos Santana grew up surrounded by music. His father, a beloved mariachi performer, taught his son how to play the violin when he is only six years old. But when Carlos discovered American blues, he was captivated by the raw honesty of the music. Unable to think of anything else, he lost all interest in the violin. Only when Carlos finally received his first guitar, did he find his true musical inspiration.
From his early exposure to mariachi to his successful fusing of rock, blues, jazz, and Latin influences, here is the childhood story of a legendary musician. Book, 40 pages.