„Blues was my first love. It was the first thing where I said "Oh man, this is the stuff." It just sounded so raw and honest, gut-bucket honest. From then I started rebelling.“

—  Карлос Сантана, http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0GER/is_2000_Summer/ai_63500762
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