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The first half of an extensive two-volume set, Las 100 Clásicas, Vol. 1 features such notable José Alfredo Jiménez songs as “Paloma Querida,” “Corrido de Mazatlán,” “Llegó Borracho el Borracho,” “A Punto de Llorar,” and “Se Acabaron las Palabras.” Most casual fans of the singer won't need anything other than this and the second volume.


Born: 09 January 1926 in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, Mexi

Genre: Regional Mexican

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s

José Alfredo Jiménez was the undisputed king of ranchera, the melodramatic and sentimental singing style that originated in the cities of Mexico during the 1950s and '60s. Jiménez began his musical career at the age of ten when his parents' death resulted in his leaving school and starting a musical group with a friend, Jorge Gabilondo Patiño. In the late '40s, Jiménez formed a trio, Los Relendes, with brothers Enrique and Valentin Ferrusca. The group's first break came when they were hired to become...
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