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In 1968, the young Puerto Rican musician José Feliciano put out his arrangement of Light My Fire, a song Doors had just released a year before, and it put him on the musical map permanently.
His combination of Latin Jazz, Flamenco, Classical, Blues, and soulful singing grabbed music lovers across the country.
This lesson goes into his percussive accompaniment, the jazzy chord shapes, his iconic introduction with a flashy lead lick, and even touches on the syncopated outro a bit.