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In the Afro-Brazilian composition Stone Flower, Santana channeled Tom Jobim and added his unmistakeable musical stylings. This was one of Santana's early forays into Brazilian music though the classic Samba Pa Ti fused samba rhythms with Latin melodies. Jobim was a major influence for significant jazz artists and Santana continues to mine this inspiration. If you are interested, here's a link to Jobim's version http://youtu.be/2PIPt7Wgsuk

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