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Santana — Corazon Espinado (feat Mana)
Album: Supernatural
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Total ratings: 386









Released: 1999
Length: 4:26
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Esa mujer me esta matando
Me a espinado el corazon
Por mas que trato de olvidarla

Mi alma no da razon
Mi corazon aplastado
Herido y abandonado
Aber aber tu sabes dime mi amor por favor
Que dolor nos quedo

Chorus:
Ah ah ah corazon espinado
Ah ah ah como me duele el amor

Como duele como duele el corazon
Cuando nostiene entregados
Pero no olvides mujer que algun dia diras
Hay ya yay como me duele el amor

Como me duele el olvido
Como duele el corazon
Como me duele estar vivo
Sin tenerte aun lado amor

Corazon espinado
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 solrac wrote:
hay pendecko, no sabes nada tambien... HombreDeMezcal wrote:
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
Please ¡Mana noooooooooo!
ITS A NIGHTMARE ¡MANA ON RP!
AAAARGH!
-100
Mo more Mana!
Wakatela!

(but Santana its OK)
 

 
I think the reason Maná get a lot of hate here is because they ended up attracting a girlie, teen crowd - and they responded by putting out the kind of corny ballads that those kids like.
 
But when this rock-loving gringo first heard Maná in the 90s (Selva Negra, pies a cabeza) he was sufficiently impressed to buy a couple of CDs - very distinctive and fresh sound, mainly due to the vocalist and drummer.
 
That kind of Maná on RP would be a treat for those who haven't been over-exposed to 'teen Maná'. (Just be thankful there's no Arjona on RP!!)
For those limited (as I am) to English, here is google translate's English:
 
That woman is killing me
My heart has been stung
As much as I try to forget it

My soul does not give reason
My crushed heart
Wounded and abandoned
Aber aber you know tell me my love please
What pain we stayed

Chorus:
Ah ah ah spined heart
Ah ah ah how love hurts

How it hurts like the heart hurts
When you are delivered
But do not forget a woman that you will one day
There is already yay as love hurts

How forgetfulness hurts
How the heart hurts
How it hurts to be alive
Without having you even love side

Thorned heart
Businessgypsy wrote:
The comments on this one crack me up. It's like matter meets antimatter, or a humidifier and a dehumidifier locked in mortal combat. Santana a four note, boring has been? Up close in concert, he shreds the fuck out of that axe like few living artists can. But, I can see that some might not like that - or sex, oxygen, food...


 
Exactamente! He's nothing less than a master of his craft.
 james_of_tucson wrote:

I wonder what you think of BB King... or other guitarists who own a signature sound...


 
I bet you prefer The Grateful Dead.

Carlos for King!
Regardless of the comments pro and con below,...it's Santana, a force in our music for over 40 years and STILL playing the heck out of his heart (and axe).  Rank him right up there with some of the best.   
I don't get it. Is this the same song that he recorded with rob thomas but in spanish or is this a different song that just sounds exactly the same? I know salsa rhythems can sound very similar but come on. Even the licks on this sound derivative.
The comments on this one crack me up. It's like matter meets antimatter, or a humidifier and a dehumidifier locked in mortal combat. Santana a four note, boring has been? Up close in concert, he shreds the fuck out of that axe like few living artists can. But, I can see that some might not like that - or sex, oxygen, food...

Nice and relaxed
Great collaboration!  Amazing Grammy-winning album!
Cheap rock. Mana the worst band in Mexico and Santana playing the same 4 notes he always plays.
 james_of_tucson wrote:

I wonder what you think of BB King... or other guitarists who own a signature sound...

 

{#Clap}
It got me outta my chair, {#Dancingbanana}dancin' cha-cha-cha with my sweetie!  (She knows all the fancy steps — and she adds hula movements, too.)
 markoirl wrote:

Santana - one song pony, everything he does sounds the same ... boring.



 
I wonder what you think of BB King... or other guitarists who own a signature sound...

finally. i wish you played more mana music.
Maná equals shit
hay pendecko, no sabes nada tambien... HombreDeMezcal wrote:
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!
Please ¡Mana noooooooooo!
ITS A NIGHTMARE ¡MANA ON RP!
AAAARGH!
-100
Mo more Mana!
Wakatela!

(but Santana its OK)
 


 no sabes nada... markoirl wrote:

Santana - one song pony, everything he does sounds the same ... boring.



 


me too, solrac... lalalisa25 wrote:
ME GUSTA MANA!!!!
 


MANA is the best. Old rockers from mexico in the mid late 70's. I also have all their music. Thanks RP for putting this music on. They have a ton of music and videos out. serach them....
ME GUSTA MANA!!!!
 TJS wrote:
This track is performed with Mana, who is the best band that Mexico has ever produced. I have all of their CDs and love them all. To add Santana's licks to such already great music is just outstanding. 

Thanks for the info! I was wondering who Mana was. Digging this....{#Dance}
It's like a slow painful death

Santana - one song pony, everything he does sounds the same ... boring.



¡Estupendo! I'd never have guessed that this was Santana as it has so much zip and joie de vivre, so unlike most of the dreamy/sleepy/snoozy/dozy Santana I've heard.
 Strada4Ever wrote:
Corazón espinado0!!!!!!!!

Santana... una leyenda viva de la Guitarra!!!

 
{#Yes}{#High-five}{#Guitarist}{#Music}
 govna wrote:
i liked this song better when he did it with rob thomas.
 
{#Clap}

 Matts wrote:
I like RP, I like Santana, but for heaven's sake take this one out of the playlist.
 
10-4 
Corazón espinado0!!!!!!!!

Santana... una leyenda viva de la Guitarra!!!

 solrac wrote:
besame el culo gabachos
 
me gusta gazpacho

(Oh, and this track is lame.)

Suave!
Thank you thank you! love this!!!! Mwah!
I like RP, I like Santana, but for heaven's sake take this one out of the playlist.
I don't particularly like this one, but it reminds me my wedding party, so for me is a 10 :biggrin:
DeadEvan wrote:
I just really dont like Santana. The man can definately play guitar......but why doesnt he play it, instead of pretending all music is just an interuption to his non-stop mini guitar solo's?
Definitely kinda true, dude. :high-five:
govna wrote:
i liked this song better when he did it with rob thomas.
:mrgreen:
93vx800 wrote:
Isn't this really Mana featuring Santana? Anyone know who wrote the ditty? Bill, Mana has lots of great songs out there! Check them out!
If I recall correctly, Carlos wrote all the music and gave demos to his "co-stars" who then either asked a ton of "What would you like?" or just went with the flow, and jotted down what they felt went well with how the music made them feel.
I just really dont like Santana. The man can definately play guitar......but why doesnt he play it, instead of pretending all music is just an interuption to his non-stop mini guitar solo's?
nice song but jesus, is "MANA" def. a highly commercial band .. oh well
I like it because it's slow enough for a Gringo like me to understand the words :biggrin:
i liked this song better when he did it with rob thomas.
Please, can't he do anything else?...you could seamlessly merge nearly every song he's done and not notice.
besame el culo gabachos
Of course I like it!
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Please ¡Mana noooooooooo! ITS A NIGHTMARE ¡MANA ON RP! AAAARGH! :frustrated: -100 Mo more Mana! Wakatela!:puke: (but Santana its OK)
Isn't this really Mana featuring Santana? Anyone know who wrote the ditty? Bill, Mana has lots of great songs out there! Check them out!
Si señorrrr!!! Opa iii!!!
Bill - Maná is a group, not a singer. https://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&token=&sql=11:3zfyxqe5ldje
MOST excellent - always makes me move
Kolrabi wrote:
God, I love Santana when they perform in Spanish. :clap: :clap: :clap:
This track is performed with Mana, who is the best band that Mexico has ever produced. I have all of their CDs and love them all. To add Santana's licks to such already great music is just outstanding.
triviagal wrote:
More like "heart of thorns".
Or ''spiny ticker''
AC wrote:
Mmmmmmm....have to respectfully disagree. See, I saw the old Santana Blues Band back in the days when he really did only know two or three guitar licks. Watched him try to jam with Jerry Garcia, John Cippolina and Jorma Kaukonen one night and just get left in the dust. I give him all props for working harder than almost anybody else in the business to learn his craft and improve his mid-level talent to a point where he's a top quality player. Pretty spiritual guy, too.
Eric said that ''When it comes to spirituality (among guitarists) Santana is No. 1.''
Man, you have to be a sad, dried up, pitiful soul not to be able to groove down to Santana.
Suck city.
Don\'t knock it; it beats that Michele Branch song.
BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! :evil:
Esto es muy, muy bueno!! Muchas gracias !! :bounce: :bounce:
This is definately a rump-shaker! :moon:
Originally Posted by TreborG2: ... while some of his guitar work is inspirational on its own... there have been far too many Santana songs that sound similar.
Mmmmmmm....have to respectfully disagree. See, I saw the old Santana Blues Band back in the days when he really did only know two or three guitar licks. Watched him try to jam with Jerry Garcia, John Cippolina and Jorma Kaukonen one night and just get left in the dust. I give him all props for working harder than almost anybody else in the business to learn his craft and improve his mid-level talent to a point where he's a top quality player. Pretty spiritual guy, too.
More I hear this track, the better I like.....
I am just getting so tired of Santana....
God, I love Santana when they perform in Spanish. :clap: :clap: :clap:
Originally Posted by Soimnotthemack: same as smooth.. horrible :evil:
It does sound a lot like Smooth.
Esta cancion me duele mucho. Por favor, no mas! :frustrated:
Originally Posted by Gs_Girl: Oh, my achin' heart! I feel the pain! :cry: (Great song! :moon: )
You GO girl! I'm with you. :clap:
Oh, my achin\' heart! I feel the pain! :cry: (Great song! :moon: )
:D ... :notworthy: ... :moon: ... :clap: :moon: :moon: :moon: :moon: :moon: :moon: :moon: :moon: (BOOTY SHAKIN)
:clap:
Yuck... anything featuring Maná is just too much for me. :evil:
Nice tune, but sounds a lot like Guajira to me.
Originally Posted by ce: I would think "a heart that has been stung" (pierced/thorned/whatever), in other words, the ol' "broken heart". :cry: (I'm still learning Spanish though, and the dictionary's not helping much) I first heard Maná on Holiday in Ecuador, where they're quite big. A bit too sweet and teenage for my taste, but not bad at all. Good combination with Santana. :clap:
Espinado meaning : full of spines (like the crown of Jesus Christ)
Originally Posted by triviagal: More like "heart of thorns".
I would think "a heart that has been stung" (pierced/thorned/whatever), in other words, the ol' "broken heart". :cry: (I'm still learning Spanish though, and the dictionary's not helping much) I first heard Maná on Holiday in Ecuador, where they're quite big. A bit too sweet and teenage for my taste, but not bad at all. Good combination with Santana. :clap:
I first heard Mana while I was at a pizzaria in Buenos Aires. We struggled with broken Spanish to ask the server who we were listening to and then ran out to buy one of their CDs. Would love to hear more Mana on RP!!
Originally Posted by Antigone: What does the title mean? Is it Hopeful Heart?
More like "heart of thorns".
very very nice...perfect Margarita mixture
same as smooth.. horrible :evil:
What does the title mean? Is it Hopeful Heart?
Originally Posted by sky: TreborG2 - you have not yet listened closely enough or enough times. Plain and Simple.
I think it's a valid complaint. Musically, this is identical to Smoothe. So much so that I have to think it must be intentional.
OK, I guess I\'ve just heard too much Santana over the years. It was good to see him have a big commercial success; the strange thing is that there\'s just WAY too much guitar on this album. He starts to run out of ideas after awhile. Amazing how distortion can cover a multitude of guitaristic sins.
TreborG2 - you have not yet listened closely enough or enough times. Plain and Simple.
Sorry.. :( not the biggest Santana fan... while some of his guitar work is inspirational on its own... there have been far too many Santana songs that sound similar. The words change, the languages they are sung in vary.. but the underlaying music.. until a guitar riff comes along sound too similar some times.