Hear rock legend Carlos Santana's reasoning for why technology has killed some forms of musical creativity, what gadget he can't live without and why he calls himself a "computer geek."
CNET's Kara Tsuboi interviews rock legend Carlos Santana about how technology may erode musical creativity, why he agrees with Metallica's view on copyright protection, and the gadget he can't live without.
Carlos Santana's kid Salvador grows up and steps out of pop's shadow with a driving mash of Latin and funk. Download a free MP3 of "Summer's Day" courtesy of CNET Download Music.
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