José Rómulo Sosa Ortiz (born 17 February 1948), known by his stage name José José, is a Mexican singer, musician and occasional actor. Born into a family of musicians and raised in Mexico City, José began his musical career in his early teens playing guitar and singing in serenades. He later joined a jazz and bossa nova trio where he sang and played bass and double bass. José found success as a solo artist in the early 1970s
Romántico (Romantic) is the title of the studio album released by Mexican singer José José in 1981. In this album José José performs classic boleros like "La gloria eres tú", "El reloj" and "Regálame esta noche". The album includes one new song: "Polvo enamorado". El Reloj (Roberto Cantoral). Como Fue (Ernesto Duarte). Cancionero (Álvaro Carrillo). Reina Mía (Saulo Sedano). Regalame Esta Noche (Roberto Cantoral). Polvo Enamorado (Dr. Mauricio González De La Garza). La Gloria Eres Tú (José Antonio Méndez).
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Distancia (Distance) is a 1998 album by José José for BMG. The album went triple-gold. Livi had already worked with the singer 1992 on "40 y 20" and two hit albums, as well as Mujeriego 1996.
Una Noche de Amor, 03:13. No Puedes Mentirme, 04:41.
José Alfredo Jiménez (January 19, 1926 in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato – November 23, 1973 in Mexico City, Mexico) was a Mexican singer-songwriter in the ranchera style whose songs are considered an integral part of Mexico's musical heritage.
Jose Jose - 40 Aniversario Vol. 2. Play album. 40 tracks · 6 July 1999. José José Duetos Volumen 1. 13 tracks · 9 December 2013.
In 1980, José released the album Amor Amor, recorded in Los Angeles. Singles released from it included: "Insaciable amante", "No me digas que te vas", "Amor Amor", and the classic bolero "No me platiques mas". He later recorded the album Romántico. In 1981 Gracias was released. The songs "Me basta" and "Preso" were the main hits from this album. José released the highly successful record Mi Vida in 1982. The album includes a duet with José José on "Lo Pasado, Pasado" and a poem recited by him. Rafael Pérez-Botija was involved in the production of the album.