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Between this and the equally lengthy first volume, casual fans of José Alfredo Jiménez should have just about every essential song in the singer/songwriter’s catalog. Las 100 Clásicas, Vol. 2 includes “El Caballo Blanco,” “Pedro el Herrero,” “Que Se Me Acabe la Vida,” “Cuando Lloran los Hombres,” and “Cuando el Destino.”

Customer Reviews

Las 100 Clasicas, Vol 1 and 2

I don't know how you can be mexican, latino, hispanic or whatever term you use to label yourself and NOT own these classics!

jose alfredo jimrnez


from the heart to the heart

as a child watching my parents play their albums and watchig the effect these songs had on them or listening to my dad strum his guitar and sing to my mom. as an adult listening to these takes me right back to that time and place but now understanding the passion for these songs as well as in these songs of love, devotion, heartache, and a pain that trancends through his undeniably beautiful voice accompanied by strings and horns. absolutely beautiful. i have an 11yr old who never got a chance to meet my parents but through these songs i am able to introduce her to their memory.
un grito para mis padres!


Born: January 9, 1926 in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato, Mexi

Genre: Regional Mexicano

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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