Known by Latin music fans across the globe as "El Príncipe de la Canción," José José was a best-selling, award-winning singer and actor. His career spanned more than half a century, during which he sold tens of millions of records. Possessed of a resonant, classically trained tenor voice, Jose's dramatic reading of the song "El Triste" at a music festival in Mexico City in 1970 made him a star across Latin America. Over the next two decades he rode the Top Ten with an array of songs in multiple genres, including rancheras, mariachis, boleros, bossas, pop, rock, and classical. Among his many chart hits are some of the most anthologized from the period and include "De Pueblo en Pueblo," "Hasta Que Vuelvas," "Déjame Conocerte," "Sentimientos," "Paloma," and "Gavilan o Paloma." Between 1971 and 1989 he released more than 25 albums and ...
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