Manuel Mijares is an adult contemporary pop singer from Mexico who performs under his last name. Possessed of a resonant, theatrical baritone, he is one of Latin America's most noteworthy performers. After placing three Top Five singles from his 1986 EMI debut Soñador, he rode the Latin album and singles charts to the tune of ten gold, seven platinum, and five diamond certifications and has won countless awards. Mijares has sold more than 20 million records. His biggest recordings -- 1989's Un Hombre Discreto, 2005's Jose Jose tribute Honor a Quien Honor Merece, 2013's Canto por Ti, and the following year's No Se Me Acaba el Alma -- have endeared him to fans across the globe. Further, his songs have appeared as themes and cues in a wide variety of television programs and films including Oliver y Su Pandilla, Beauty and the Beast, and ...
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Solo Lo Mejor: 20 Exitos 2002 Solo Lo Mejor: 20 Exitos
 
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Siempre 1995 Siempre
 
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