Santana returns to the superstar collaborative format for his latest album, "All That I Am," due this week via Arista. The disc is led by the single "I'm Feeling You," which reteams Santana with Miche

Santana returns to the superstar collaborative format for his latest album, "All That I Am," due this week via Arista. The disc is led by the single "I'm Feeling You," which reteams Santana with Michelle Branch three years after the Grammy-winning collaboration "The Game of Love."

Mary J. Blige and OutKast's Big Boi appear on "My Man," a cut co-written by Big Boi and Rob Thomas. Los Lonely Boys, who have toured of late with the legendary guitarist, repay the favor by appearing on "I Don't Wanna Lose Your Love."

"My role is to complement," Santana says of his 38th recording. "It's nothing new. I've been doing this since 1968. I am very perceptive; I am a very secure person. So therefore, it's easy for me just to step back and complement."

Santana also taps some rock heroes on the new disc, with Aerosmith's Steven Tyler contributing vocals to "Just Feel Better," while Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett appears with pedal steel phenom Robert Randolph on the instrumental track "Trinity." "American Idol" runner-up Bo Bice appears on "Brown Skin Girl."

"I hope people like it, but I don't do things to show off or compete. I don't compete with any of the albums. It's all about what's in my heart now, and again."

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