One of the best songs on that album was Corazon Espinado. It's missed on the American market since it's all in Spanish and features Mexican Super Group Mana from Guadalajara. That song is wildly popular in Mexico. If you are in a store and that song comes on, you will see people around the store singing along.
I can't agree more that this was a resurrection of a great artist. It also helped Santana bounce back from cultural missteps he made in Mexico and opened the arms of the people to one of their long lost sons. The music transcends so many cultures, White America, Black America, Latinoamerica and Latinos in the US and beyond. It's rare that one artist can do something that reaches deeply and brings unity through music. And that 's the beauty of art isn't it? I think we need more artists and works like this in this day and age.