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Filulas Juz

Filulas Juz
Country
Mexico
Profile
Filulas Juz is a jazz-rock band from the city of Querétaro. The members are José Javier Rodriguez (flute), Luigino Marin (bass), Armando Cuevas (guitar), and Adriano Morales (drums).
Website
http://www.facebook.com/FilulasJuz
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Filulas Juz — Astralopithecus Filulas Juz — Astralopithecus
(Azafrán Media AP 1525, 2015, CD)

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