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Adelino Moreira

Adelino Moreira’s dad, Comendador Serafim Sofia, emigrated from Portugal to Brazil when Adelino was eight a few months old. After twelve months of are jeweler, Serafim delivered seat tickets to his family members sign up for him. An beginner poet and musician in his amusement hours, Serafim was the initial …

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Selma Reis

Selma Reis is a talented singer who’s focused on a private repertory. Her family members had a solid enthusiasm for serestas, that was fundamental for the shaping of her like for music. Reis researched vocal technique in Brazil and France. In 1987 she documented her first recording, Selma Reis (self-employed). …

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Jair Amorim

At 15, his family members moved to Colatina, Ha sido, a larger town where Jair could easily get proper instruction. His high-school research occurred in Petrópolis, RJ, at Colégio São Vicente de Paula. At 13, he had been writing unrecorded variations for worldwide strikes. He was at risk of university …

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Dean Reilly

The bassist Dean Reilly is something of the fixture within the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA scene, a very tasty and unobtrusive player who’s apt to be found burning a number of the city’s better jazz vocalists, such as for example Weslia Whitfield or Sherri Roberts. From the past due ’50s, …

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Claudio Slon

Best Brazilian drummer Claudio Slon performed using the Walter Wanderley Trio and Sergio Mendes’ Brazil ’66 through the ’60s, and appeared in many Brazilian periods overseen by Creed Taylor for the Verve label, including such label spotlights as A PARTICULAR Smile, A PARTICULAR Sadness by Astrud Gilberto, Influx by Antonio …

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John Santos & the Machete Ensemble

b. 1 November l955, SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California, USA. Of blended Puerto Rican and Cape Verdean parentage, Santos grew up in the musical and creative hotbed of San Francisco’s Bay Region. Among the most important exponents of Afro-Latin jazz, he’s a respected instructor, historian and article writer about them …

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Danny Mixon

Danny Mixon is certainly a talented pianist who gained some interest in the 1970s but never broke to gain very much fame. He started playing music in Atlantic Town in 1966. After dealing with Joe Lee Wilson from 1967-70, Mixon performed frequently with Betty Carter from 1971-72. He previously his …

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Fort Apache Band

Group. Topflight Afro-Latin jazz music group led by Jerry Gonzalez who’ve produced some exciting information for Sunnyside and Enja.

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Harold López-Nussa

Cuba’s Harold López-Nussa is a gifted pianist whose immense abilities have present him performing sophisticated post-bop jazz and Cuban and Afro-Latin rhythms. Delivered Harold López-Nussa Torres in Havana in 1983, López-Nussa grew up within a musical family members with parents who had been both music artists. His uncle, Ernán Lopez-Nussa, …

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Fábio Jr.

Fábio Jr. started carrying out in São Paulo as a kid on Television (Bandeirantes) and radio displays. In 1971, he used the stage name Uncle Jack port and later Tag Davis, under which he documented many singles sung in British, having achievement with “DON’T ALLOW Me Try” and “I wish …

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