The Game of Love (Santana song)

The Game of Love (Santana song)

Infobox Single
Name = The Game of Love


Artist = Santana featuring Michelle Branch
from Album = Shaman
B-side = "Come to My World", "Curacion"
Released = October 22, 2002
Format = CD, 7"
Recorded =
Genre = Pop, Southern rock
Length = 4:04
Label = Maverick
Writer = Gregg Alexander, Rick Nowels
Producer = Clive Davis, Carlos Santana
Chronology = Santana singles
Last single = "Maria Maria" (2000)
This single = "The Game of Love" (2002)
Next single = "Nothing at All" (2003)
Misc = Extra chronology 2
Artist = Michelle Branch singles
Type = singles
Last single = "All You Wanted" (2002)
This single = "The Game of Love" (2002)
Next single = "Goodbye to You" (2003)

"The Game of Love" is a song composed by Gregg Alexander and Rick Nowels, and is on the album "Shaman" by Carlos Santana. The vocal performance of the song is by Michelle Branch. The song was launched as single in 2002, and won a Grammy Award for "Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals", as well as peaking at #5 in on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart.

The music video depicts Santana and Branch in an alley with couples around them, each expressing their love for one another. The director was Paul Fedor.

Tina Turner originally recorded the track for Santana, however this version remained unreleased until October 16, 2007, where it featured on "Ultimate Santana", with the Michelle Branch version also appearing on the effort.

The version with Michelle Branch is on the game Karaoke Revolution Party.

Track listing

# "The Game of Love" [radio mix] - Michelle Branch, Santana
# "Come to My World" - Santana
# "Curacion" (Sunlight on Water) - Santana
# "The Game of Love" [multimedia track] - Michelle Branch, Santana

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