Carlos Santana & Wayne Shorter Live at the Monteux Jazz Festival DVD in Stores Feb 27th


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Image Entertainment presents the DVD release of Carlos Santana and Wayne Shorter: Live at the Monteux Jazz Festival in stores February 27th. In support of this release I have DVDs available for review and giveaway as well as video clip streams and other assets (press release, box cover, and photos).

It began almost as a lark when Carlos Santana encountered his longtime friend and hero Wayne Shorter on the concert trail in Atlanta, GA, in 1987. Carlos said, “Let's start a rumor that we're putting a band together."

Wayne's eyes got bigger and brighter as he smiled and then responded: “Yeah, Carlos, let's start a rumor."

A few months later the Carlos Santana/Wayne Shorter Band performed its debut concert at The Fillmore in San Francisco, the beginning of a 26-concert tour throughout the U.S. and Europe. The performance of this magnificent band was recorded at Montreux, Switzerland, on July 14, 1988 and includes interviews with Carlos Santana, Wayne Shorter and festival creator Claude Nobs.

Live at the Monteux Jazz Festival Video Streams:

Clip 1 (Concert)
Clip 2 (Interview) with Carlos Santana

DVD Special Features include: Interviews w/Carlos Santana, Wayne Shorter & Claude Nobs

General Info: Audio Format: DTS 5.1

Santana garnered a GRAMMY for the hit “The Game Of Love" from his 2001 album Shaman. Santana has also won three Latin GRAMMY Awards, and in 2004, he received the Latin Recording Academy's prestigious “Person of the Year" honor. His latest album, 2005's All That I Am, continues Carlos' tradition of exciting collaborations with a diverse mix of fellow groundbreaking artists.

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