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São Paolo Underground

São Paolo Underground
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São Paulo Underground is an adventurous jazz group formed by Rob Mazurek from Chicago (cornet, electronics) and Mauricio Takara from São Paulo (percussion, electronics). They have worked with a variety of other musicians on their recordings and live.
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São Paolo Underground — Cantos Invisíveis São Paolo Underground — Cantos Invisíveis
(Cuneiform Rune 423, 2016, CD)
São Paolo Underground — Beija Flors Velho e Sujo São Paolo Underground — Beija Flors Velho e Sujo
(Cuneiform Rune 359, 2013, CD)
São Paolo Underground — Trés Cabeças Loucuras São Paolo Underground — Trés Cabeças Loucuras
(Cuneiform Rune 325, 2011, CD)
São Paolo Underground — The Principle of Intrusive Relationships São Paolo Underground — The Principle of Intrusive Relationships
(Aesthetics AST46, 2008, CD)
São Paolo Underground — Sauna: Um, Dois, Três São Paolo Underground — Sauna: Um, Dois, Três
(Aesthetics AST38CD, 2006, CD)

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