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Jorge Sadi

Uruguayan bassist Jorge Sadi consolidated himself among the most prolific regional musicians, getting the possibility to play for prominent Latin artists such as for example María Creuza and Los Iracundos furthermore to joining jazz fusion organizations Latin Enthusiast, Zafhfaroni, Latin rock rings El Pubón Rampante, Los Tontos, candombe act Vendabá, and forming Jorge Sadi Quinteto. Sadi also devoted his time to teach carrying out techniques he discovered while their studies at Boston’s Berklee University of Music and throughout his profession. Jorge Sadi, along with Willy Muñoz and Hugo Machado, co-wrote Un Toque de Candombe, predicated on the original Afro-Uruguyan style.

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