The best way to describe the album's overall feel is to say it sports a Latin keyboard funk, while employing a wide range of instrumentation in support. The album opens with We Got Somethin', and that's certainly the case. It's got a line of horns punching in the hooks that's catchy as heck. From there, Don't Even Care sports a punchy snyth line that's got a serious Chromeo feel to it. That synth line continues with almost toy-like glee in the next one, Under the Sun. Over it all Salvador lays dome vocals that are direct, catchy, and sing-a-longable. Skip up to the title track, and you'll find some mellow vocoder work flowing, and then to This Day (Belongs to You) and you'll find a cut that's got a Curtis Mayfield vibe going on.
Altogether, Salvador's skills remind me a lot of another experimental keyboarder I wrote about last August, Robert Glasper, and one of his stated influences, Herbie Hancock. Keyboard City has got an unpredictable edge to it that pushes the lines of what you'd expect.
and an older one
Salvador Santana Band - Hella Tight (Del the funky homosapien Remix) : Salvador Santana Band Remixes