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Jose Feliciano

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Jose Feliciano: Jose Makes Old Very Avantgarde

Profile and Interview by Ritchie Yorke, New Musical Express, 12 October 1968

IF, AS THE cynics say, there is nothing new in the world, then the mark of the truly creative performer is one who can make ...

'I'm Not Coming Back To Britain Without My Dog' Says 'Light My Fire' Man JOSE FELICIANO

Report and Interview by Alan Walsh, Melody Maker, 26 October 1968

"I LOVE England but I'm never coming there again," said blind singer/guitarist Jose Feliciano. ...

Jose Feliciano Sings the Star-Spangled Banner

Report and Interview by Ritchie Yorke, Rolling Stone, 4 January 1969

JOSE FELICIANO sat stiffly on a wooden stool in the middle of sun-bathed Detroit Stadium, his burgundy suit almost gaudy below the glint of his ...

New albums from Sly & the Family Stone, Quicksilver et al

Review by Peter Jones, Record Mirror, 26 July 1969

New Sly & Family Stone LP begins where other R&B LP's leave off ...

Jose Feliciano, Willie Bobo: Downing Stadium, Randall's Island, New York NY

Live Review by Mike Jahn, The New York Times, 28 July 1969

Jose Feliciano Gives A Bilingual Concert On Randall's Island ...

José Feliciano: 10 To 23 (R.C.A. Victor 8044); Nilsson: Harry (R.C.A. Victor 8046)

Review by Mark Williams, International Times, 5 December 1969

R.C.A. VICTOR, whoever he may be, has just issued these two albums which both employ pictures of the recording stars in question at a very ...

Grateful Dead, Traffic, Black Sabbath, Jose Feliciano et al: Hollywood Music Festival, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire

Live Review by Richard Green, New Musical Express, 30 May 1970


'The Star Spangled Banner'

Comment by Dave Marsh, Vox, November 1990

WHEN SINEAD O'Connor refused to allow 'The Star Spangled Banner' to be performed at her late August concert at the Garden State Arts Center in ...

Jose Feliciano

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001

b. 10 September 1945, Lares, Puerto Rico ...


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