99re久久热最新地址一-José José, an elegantly dressed Mexican crooner who moved audiences to tears with melancholic love ballads and was known as the “Prince of Song,” died Sept. 28 at a hospital in South Florida. He was 71.

    偷偷要费观看视频在 线-His death was confirmed by the Mexican artists’ association ANDI. Mr. José announced in 2017 that he had pancreatic cancer.

    超级人碰人摸大公鸡免费视频-Mr. José, whose real name is José Rómulo Sosa Ortiz, climbed to the top of the Latin charts in the 1970s with slow songs such as “El Triste,” or “The Sad Man,” and “Amar y Querer,” or “Love and want.” The power of his voice and his ability to sing technically difficult tunes in a wide register made him a treasured cultural icon in Latin America.

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                    秋霞66手机版-Mr. José’s music also became popular in countries including Japan and Russia.









                    2019香蕉国偷产拍视频-The artist’s voice, a combination of baritone and lyric tenor, captivated audiences while his dressing style of suits accented with bow ties, pocket handkerchiefs and silk scarves was copied at nightclubs across Latin America.

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                    秋霞66手机版-“He wrung out our hearts with his unmistakable voice and left an indelible mark on music for all time,” Latin music star Gloria Estefan said on Instagram.

                    超级人碰人摸大公鸡免费视频-Mr. José was born to a family of musicians in Mexico City on Feb. 17, 1948. His mother, Margarita Ortiz Pensado, was a concert pianist, and his father was a tenor in the National Opera of Mexico.

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                    秋霞66手机版-The singer added a second José to his stage name in honor of his father, who died when Mr. José was 17. The father had abandoned the family when Mr. José was young. “Since I inherited his voice,” Mr. José told the Associated Press in 2005, “this is recognition of that inheritance.”









                    偷偷要费观看视频在 线-Mr. José began his music career singing in cafes before founding a rock group called the Heart Breakers that launched an unsuccessful album in the mid-1960s. His solo career took off with a single called “La Nave del Olvido,” or “The Ship of the Forgotten,” and peaked in the 1980s with albums such as “Secrets,” his best-selling collaboration with Spanish love song composer and producer Manuel Alejandro.

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                    秋霞66手机版-He struggled with Lyme disease, facial paralysis, substance abuse and depression. His problems with alcohol and drugs led to the 1993 dissolution of his 18-year marriage with model Anel Noreña, with whom he had two children, José Joel and Marisol.



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                    2019香蕉国偷产拍视频-Following the separation, Mr. José began sleeping in a taxi on the outskirts of the Mexican capital. Friends intervened and took him to an addiction treatment center in the United States.

                  • 偷偷要费观看视频在 线-The artist married again in 1995, to Sarita Salazar, a Cuban-American he met while in rehab. They had a daughter, Sara. Complete information on survivors was not immediately available.

                    秋霞66手机版-Mr. José was nominated on multiple occasions for a Grammy, but he never obtained the prize. The Latin Recording Academy recognized the singer with a Musical Excellence Prize at the 2004 Latin Grammy awards. That same year, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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                    秋霞66手机版-His vocal troubles made it very difficult for him to sing in his later years. For a 2008 concert with Greek composer and pianist Yanni, it took the by-then scratchy-voiced Mexican singer seven days to prepare “just to attempt to sing,” Yanni recalled in a video posted to Twitter. “That was an act of bravery on his part,” he added.





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                    2019香蕉国偷产拍视频-The death of Mr. José hit hard in Mexico, where President Andrés Manuel López Obrador called him “an extraordinary singer from an era that, with his songs and his romanticism, made a lot of people from my generation cry and be happy.”



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