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José Montserrate Feliciano García (born September 10, 1945), better known simply as José Feliciano, is a Puerto Rican (American) virtuoso guitarist, singer and composer known for many international hits, including his rendition of the Doors' "Light My Fire" and the best-selling Christmas single "Feliz Navidad".

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Discography

English/international

  • 1964 - The Voice and Guitar of José Feliciano
  • 1966 - A Bag Full of Soul
  • 1966 - Fantastic Feliciano
  • 1968 - Feliciano!
  • 1968 - Souled
  • 1969 - Feliciano/10 To 23
  • 1969 - Alive Alive O!
  • 1970 - Fireworks
  • 1970 - Feliz Navidad
  • 1971 - Encore!
  • 1971 - Che sarà
  • 1971 - That the Spirit Needs
  • 1971 - Another Record
  • 1972 - Sings
  • 1972 - Memphis Menu
  • 1973 - Compartments
  • 1973 - Peter Stuyvesant presents José Feliciano in concert with the London Symphony Orchestra
  • 1974 - For My Love, Mother Music
  • 1974 - And The Feeling's Good
  • 1975 - Affirmation
  • 1975 - Just Wanna Rock'n'Roll
  • 1976 - Angela
  • 1977 - Sweet Soul Music
  • 1981 - José Feliciano
  • 1983 - Romance in the Night
  • 1989 - I'm Never Gonna Change
  • 1990 - Steppin' Out (Optimism Records)
  • 1994 - Goin' Krazy' (MJM Records) (12" Dance Remix Single recorded under the pseudonym JR)
  • 1996 - Present Tense
  • 1996 - On Second Thought
  • 2006 - Six-String Lady (the instrumental album)
  • 2007 - The Genius of José Feliciano
  • 2008 - Soundtrax of My Life
  • 2009 - The Paris Concert (live)
  • 2009 - American Classics (only for digital download)
  • 2009 - Djangoisms (only for digital download)
  • 2011 - The Genius of José Feliciano, Vol.2
  • 2012 - The King, Jose Feliciano tribute to Elvis Presley

Spanish

  • 1966 El Sentimiento La Voz y la Guitarra
  • 1966 La Copa Rota
  • 1967 Sombra
  • 1967 Mas Éxitos de José
  • 1968 Felicidades Con Lo Mejor de José Feliciano
  • 1968 Sin Luz
  • 1970 ¡El Fantástico!
  • 1971 En Mi Soledad - No Llores Más
  • 1971 José Feliciano Dos Cruces
  • 1971 José Feliciano January 71
  • 1971 José Feliciano Canta Otra
  • 1982 Escenas de Amor
  • 1983 Me Enamoré
  • 1984 Como Tú Quieres
  • 1985 Ya Soy Tuyo
  • 1986 Te Amaré
  • 1987 Tu Inmenso Amor
  • 1990 Niña
  • 1992 Latin Street '92
  • 1996 Americano
  • 1998 Señor Bolero
  • 2003 Señor Bolero 2
  • 2003 Guitarra Mía Tribute
  • 2005 A México, Con Amor
  • 2006 José Feliciano y amigos
  • 2007 Señor Bachata
  • 2008 Con Mexico en el corazon
  • 2009 José Feliciano en vivo

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