Jose Feliciano - 10 To 23 mp3 flac
Complete your Jose Feliciano collection. Jose Feliciano – 10 To 23. Genre: Rock, Latin, Pop, Folk, World, & Country. Style: Soft Rock, Vocal, Folk. 10 To 23 (LP, Album).
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Artist name is José Feliciano on back cover and spine vs. Jose Feliciano on labels. Title and portrait of José Feliciano on front cover are embossed.
Arranged By – Al Capps (tracks: A1 to B2, B4, B5), Perry Botkin Jr. (tracks: B3). Arranged By – José Feliciano. Engineer – Rick Ruggieri. Graphics – Dick Hendler. Photography By – Malcolm Parkhurst. Producer – Rick Jarrad. Recorded By – Mickey Crofford. Vocals, Congas, Twelve-String Guitar, Guitar – José Feliciano.
10 To 23 is a jazz related pop/art song/folk music album recording by JOSÉ FELICIANO released in 1969 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette.
The album opens up with an archival recording of a very young (10 years old) Feliciano performing a Mariachi number. It's scratchy, funky and completely charming. The rest of the album features some of the finer pop songs of the day and show Feliciano to be one of the great interpreters of his time. The instrumental of "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" will pull at your heartstrings, and the theme from "A Thomas Crown Affair," "The Windmills Of Your Mind" is equally impressive
Is 10 To 23 the best album by José Feliciano? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. 10 To 23 by José Feliciano (1969) Overall rank: 39,413th. Accolades: Top albums of 1969 ( 428th ). Top albums of the 1960s ( 2,229th ). Best albums of all time ( 39,413th ).
José Feliciano - Vocals, Congas, Twelve-String Guitar, Guitar. Coming off the awesome and well-deserved success of "Light My Fire" Jose Feliciano was give more free reign and a larger budget to work with at . Records, and he uses it to his full advantage here on 10 To 23. The album opens up with an archival recording of a very young (10 years old) Feliciano performing a Mariachi number. The rest of the album features some of the finer pop songs of the day and show Feliciano to be one of the great interpreters of his time
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|A2||First Of May||3:55|
|A3||The Windmills Of Your Mind||3:50|
|A4||By The Time I Get To Phoenix||3:11|
|A5||Miss Otis Regrets||3:47|
|A6||Little Red Rooster||5:25|
|B1||She's A Woman||5:12|
Featuring – Perry Botkin Jr.
|B4||Gotta Get A Message To You||3:09|
- Recorded At – RCA Victor's Music Center Of The World
- Manufactured By – RCA Limited
- Arranged By [Strings, Brass, Woodwinds] – Al Capps
- Arranged By [Vocals, Guitar] – José Feliciano
- Congas, Guitar [12 And 6 String] – José Feliciano
- Design [Graphic Consultant] – Dick Hendler
- Engineer [Technician] – Rick Ruggieri
- Mixed By – Mickey Crofford
- Photography By [Liner Photo] – Malcolm Parkhurst
- Producer – Rick Jarrad*
- Vocals – José Feliciano
NotesThanks to: José Feliciano, vocal, twelve-string, si-string guitar and conga, Hal Blaine, Ray Brown, Victor Feldman, Jim Gordon, Milt Holland, Jim Horn, Larry Knechtel, Gayle Levant, Mike Melvoin, Earl Palmer
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped): XPRS-0211-2 TG
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped): XPRS-0212 TG
|LSP-4185||Jose Feliciano*||10 To 23 (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LSP-4185||US||1969|
|LSP-4185||José Feliciano||10 TO 23 (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LSP-4185||Israel||1969|
|LSP-4185||José Feliciano||10 To 23 (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LSP-4185||Spain||1969|
|LSP-4185||Jose Feliciano*||10 To 23 (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||LSP-4185||South Korea||1969|
|AFL1-4185||Jose Feliciano*||10 To 23 (LP, Album, RP)||RCA Victor||AFL1-4185||New Zealand||1969|