José Alfredo Jiménez was the undisputed ruler of ranchera, the melodramatic and sentimental singing design that started in the metropolitan areas of Mexico through the 1950s and ’60s. Jiménez started his musical profession at age ten when his parents’ loss of life led to his leaving college and beginning a musical group with a pal, Jorge Gabilondo Patiño. In the past due ’40s, Jiménez shaped a trio, Los Relendes, with brothers Enrique and Valentin Ferrusca. The group’s initial break came if they had been hired to be regular performers on Mexican radio place XEW. Furthermore to performing using the trio, Jiménez sang with such top-ranked Mexican performers as Jorge Negrete, Pedro Infante, Pedro Vargas, and Miguel Aceves Mejia. In 1950, Jiménez’s structure “Yo” was documented by Andres Huesca con Sus Costenos. The achievement of the tune led to Jiménez ending up in Mariano Rivera Conde, who booked Los Relendes to execute at his golf club. The trio’s appearance was a significant success, as well as the group became popular with a audience. Following the separation of Los Relendes in 1953, Jiménez continuing to write tunes concerning the joys of taking in tequila as well as the assault of bad associations. His best-known music consist of “Ella,” “Cuatro Caminos,” “La Que Se Fue,” and “Guitteras de Press Noche.” In 1968, Jiménez was identified as having cirrhosis from the liver organ. He died inside a Mexican medical center in November 1973. Vicente Fernandez offers recorded many albums of Jiménez’s compositions.