SANTANA's 'Just Feel Better' Video Featuring STEVEN TYLER Posted Online

Carlos Santana's video for the song "Just Feel Better", featuring a guest appearance by AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler, is available for viewing at Yahoo! Music. The clip was shot on October 25 in Boston.

When promo samplers of Santana's new album, "All That I Am", first appeared back in April, the AOR single "Just Feel Better" had PUDDLE OF MUDD's Wes Scantlin on lead vocals. On the finished album, however, it's Steven Tyler in the driving seat. So what gives?

"Both singers were incredible, but Steven took it to a supernatural level," Santana told the U.K.'s Independent. "A person of his age usually loses some of his top range, but Steven hasn't at all. I did send a letter of apology and some flowers to Wes Scantlin...."

Santana's "All That I Am" album, which also features a guest appearance by METALLICA guitarist Kirk Hammett, was released on November 1 via Arista.


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