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José Pedro Beledo

José Pedro Beledo
Country
Uruguay
Profile
José Pedro Beledo (professionally known as simply Beledo) is a guitarist and composer born in Uruguay, now resident in New York. He was involved in a number of jazz and fusion groups in South America before relocating to the US. He is also a member of The Avengers.
Website
http://beledo.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (4)
Beledo — Dreamland Mechanism Beledo — Dreamland Mechanism
(Moonjune MJR077, 2016, CD)
Yagull — Kai Yagull — Kai
(Moonjune MJR067, 2015, CD)
SimakDialog — Live at Orion SimakDialog — Live at Orion
(Moonjune MJR068, 2015, 2CD)
Beledo — Montevideo Jazz Dreams Beledo — Montevideo Jazz Dreams
(Gudari Records GuR001, 2007, CD)

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