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Marcos de Ros

Marcos de Ros
Country
Brazil
Profile
Marcos de Ros is a Brazilian guitarist who has recorded as a solo artist, with his own band called De Ros, and with the band Akashic.
Website
http://marcosderos.wix.com
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De Ros — Ad Dei Gloriam De Ros — Ad Dei Gloriam
((Not on label) FADCD001, 1994, CD)

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