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Light My Fire - The Very Best of José Feliciano / Light My Fire - The Very Best of Jose Feliciano


Download links and information about Light My Fire - The Very Best of José Feliciano / Light My Fire - The Very Best of Jose Feliciano by José Feliciano / Jose Feliciano. This album was released in 1980 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Latin, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 55:30 minutes.

Artist: José Feliciano / Jose Feliciano
Release date: 1980
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Latin, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 16
Duration: 55:30
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No. Title Length
1. California Dreamin' 4:10
2. Hitchcock Railway 3:19
3. Light My Fire 3:37
4. Destiny 2:29
5. In My Life 3:26
6. Hi-Heel Sneakers 3:40
7. Chico and the Man (Main Theme) 2:55
8. The Windmills of Your Mind 3:53
9. She's a Woman 5:14
10. Rain 2:26
11. Marley Purt Drive 3:52
12. Hey! Baby 2:48
13. Yesterday 2:59
14. Sunny 3:34
15. Susie-Q (Digitally Remastered) 5:13
16. The Star Spangled Banner (Live) 1:55



There are numerous José Feliciano best-ofs, but this 16-track compilation does a good job of getting the essentials onto one disc if you're looking for a distillation of his most popular English-language recordings from his commercial prime in the late '60s and early '70s. All of his chart hits are here, as is his theme song for "Chico and the Man," a 1974 recording that's the only song on the CD not originally released between 1968 and 1970. The 24-track Australian compilation And the Sun Will Shine (on the Raven label) actually makes for a more comprehensive overview of the era if you can find it, and has the significant advantage of including "Felice Navidad," which is somehow missing from this 2007 anthology. Still, this does have a few covers not on the Raven collection on which Feliciano puts his distinctive interpretive stamp, including "California Dreamin'" and the Beatles' "In My Life" and "Yesterday." It also has his live, controversial-at-the-time 1968 reworking of "The Star Spangled Banner," which actually made it onto an official RCA single the following year.