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José Luis Feliciano (July 3, 1935 – April 17, 2014), better known as Cheo Feliciano, was a Puerto Rican composer and singer of salsa and bolero music.

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Discography

with Joe Cuba Sextet

  • Cha Cha Cha's To Soothe The Savage Beast (1958)
  • Steppin' Out (1962)
  • Hangin' Out (1963)
  • Diggin' the Most (1963)
  • El Alma Del Barrio (1964)
  • We Must Be Doing Something Right (1965)
  • Comin' at You (1965)
  • Bailadores (1965)
  • Red Hot and Cha Cha (1966)

Solo

  • Cheo (1971)
  • La Voz Sensual de Cheo (1972)
  • Felicidades (1973)
  • With a Little Help from My Friend (1973)
  • Looking for Love (1974)
  • The Singer (1976)
  • Mi tierra y yo (1977)
  • Estampas (1979)
  • Sentimiento, tú (1980)
  • Profundo (1982)
  • Regresa el amor (1985)
  • Sabor y sentimiento (1987)
  • Te regalo mi sabor criollo (1987)
  • Como tú lo Pediste (1988)
  • Los Feelings de Cheo (1990)

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  • Cantando (1991)
  • Motivos (1993)
  • Soñar (1996)
  • Un Solo Beso (1996)
  • El Eterno Enamorado (1997)
  • Cheo en Cuba (1997)
  • Pinceladas Navideñas (1998)
  • Una voz... Mil recuerdos (1999)
  • En la Intimidad (2002)
  • Romántico (2004)
  • Navidad más excelente de Cheo Feliciano (2005)
  • Pura salsa (2006)
  • La herencia (2007)
  • A Man And His Music (2009)
  • Historia de la salsa (2009)

Popular singles

  • "A las Seis" (1962),
  • "El Pito" (1967)
  • "Busca lo Tuyo" (1968), Eddie Palmieri
  • "Anacaona" (1971)
  • "Mi Triste Problema" (1971)
  • "Salomé" (1973)
  • "Nabori" (1973)
  • "Mapeye" (1973)
  • "El Ratón" (1974), Fania All Stars
  • "Canta" (1976)
  • "Los Entierros" (1979)
  • "Amada Mía" (1980)
  • "Juan Albañil" (1980)
  • "Sobre Una Tumba Humilde" (1980)
  • "Ritmo Alegre" (1981), Eddie Palmieri
  • "Trizas" (1982)
  • "Yo No Soy Un Ángel" (1991)
  • "Mentiras" (1991)

See also




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