Santana and Buddy Guy

While early genres like Delta blues and Chicago blues solidified to form the core of the traditional blues repertoire, musicians still continue to bring their own experiences and spirit to blues music. New blues genres developed in the ’70s and ’80s, such “Latin Blues,” which added Latin American rhythms and interpretations Let’s end the week by reveling at Latin blues guitarist  Carlos Santana shring his Latin jazz spirit with blues icon Buddy Guy. Enjoy!

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