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Santana plays Black Magic Woman dubbed over video of Alla Kushnir (Liela) as she dances a beautiful and mezmerizing belly dance. The video was filmed at the City festival in Nikolaev, Ukraine 2006, she was Miss Belly Dance of Europe 2008, winner of Ukranian Belly Dance Championship 2007 and 2008 and runner up in a few others. "Black Magic Woman" is a song written by Peter Green that first appeared as a Fleetwood Mac single in various countries in 1968, subsequently appearing on the 1969 Fleetwood Mac compilation albums English Rose (US) and The Pious Bird of Good Omen (UK). It became a classic hit by Santana and sung by Gregg Rolie in 1970, reaching #4 in the U.S. and Canadian charts, after appearing on their Abraxas album, becoming more closely associated with Santana than Fleetwood Mac.
Carlos Santana -- Guitar, Vocals, Producer
José "Chepito" Areas -- Percussion, Conga, Timbales
David Brown -- Bass, Engineer
Mike Carabello -- Percussion, Conga
Alberto Gianquinto -- Piano
Gregg Rolie - Keyboards, Vocals
Rico Reyes -- Percussion
Steven Saphore -- Tabla
Michael Shrieve - drums
putting it down in the local talant show in 2010, without talking her close off! I do love her! Oh bless her for her evil temptress ways! Mah baby! I told her, " with a lil'.more work, effort, and dedication, she become somebody or something one day, if you try hard enough! Who are knows? God bless her! Nethier the less, I do love me lady!
The internet is a sea of valuable information of all accumulated human knowledge where we can delve into any subject known to man and learn every single detail about it without leaving our bedrooms. If used properly, we can all become nuclear physicists and create a Utopia of quantum power where the monetary system becomes void because we do have all the knowledge and technology as humans to satisfy all our human needs while preserving the planet’s natural resources and without any wars. It’s all there at our fingertips. But you’re idiots. We are all idiots.
As hip-hop remains a staple in our society, we continue to appreciate the artists behind this broad genre of music. While Biggie and Tupac represent the best of hip-hop excellence from both coasts, we also remember these two as humans beings, just like the rest of us. With that comes personality, charm, and, of course, a good sense-of-humor.
Today, with the ever-changing nuances of technology and the Internet, rappers can express themselves and their senses of humor in ways far beyond that their music. Whether it’s a GIF, a tweet, a meme, a Snapchat — there’s never a bad time to insert comedy into any given situation. When it comes to music videos, Lil Dicky sets the bar high with “$ave Dat Money,” which clocks in at over 84 million views and counting. Aside from his undeniable talent behind the mic, LD effortlessly reveals a career in comedy is at his fingertips.