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Cheo Feliciano - The Singer - Pacheco - Vaya - Latin - LP

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Cheo Feliciano - The Singer

Label: Vaya
Cat #: JMV48
Year: 1976
Genre: Latin

Condition: Mint, cover still in shrink

Arrangements by latin soul legend Sonny Bravo, Louie Ramierez and Bobby Valentin. Cheo with Pacheco, Barry Rogers and Roberto Roena.

A1 Canta
A2 Salsaludando
A3 Incomparable
A4 Domitila

B5 No Vuelvo Mas
B6 felicitaciones
B7 Es Muy Facil
B8 Enamorado
B9 Poco A Poco

Feliciano was raised and educated in the city of Ponce, which is located in the southern part of Puerto Rico. As a child, he was nicknamed "Cheo" by his family - a name which means José and is a term normally only used by close friends and family. However, the name stuck and became part of his everyday name (using the nickname avoids confusion with José Feliciano, another major Puerto Rican singer to whom he is not related). At a young age he was influenced by the bolero music of the Trio Los Panchos. When he was only eight years old he formed his first group with his friends and named it "El Combo Las Latas". They were so poor that their musical instruments were made out of cans. Feliciano attended the Free School of Music in Ponce after finishing his primary education where he studied and became a percussionist.

Cheo Feliciano currently resides in Puerto Rico and continues to record boleros. He is also the anti-drugs spokesperson for the Government of Puerto Rico.

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 09 July, 2008.

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