This image released by Univision Communications Inc. shows Carlos Santana, left, and Juanes, performing during the Univision upfront presentation on Tuesday, May 13, 2014 in New York. (AP Photo/Univision Communications Inc., Phillip Angert)
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NEW YORK: Try to speak with Carlos Santana about his new album and he'll want to talk about another topic: changing the world.It features Juanes, Gloria Estefan and Miguel, and Santana said it wasn't hard finding "Cinderella or Cinderfella" to guest on the songs, which he calls "glass slippers".In an interview with The Associated Press, Santana, 66, had advice for Jay Z, and talked about his tour with Rod Stewart, which kicks off Friday in Albany, New York.Santana: I feel really, really honored to gain people's trust.AP: How did your tour with Rod Stewart come about?Santana: I can say it the way Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock would say it, 'Both of us love to play spiritual music to touch all hearts'. Santana: I'd like to see Metallica and Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock to broaden the wings.
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