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Trio da Paz

Trio da Paz

“They are three of the greatest musicians I’ve ever worked with. They are natural, melodic and truly nice guys,” says pianist Kenny Barron when quizzed about his recent association with Trio da Paz.

Those three nice guys, guitarist Romero Lubambo, bassist Nilson Matta and drummer Duduka Da Fonseca, have been making music together in one form or another since the mid-’80s when Lubambo and Matta arrived in New York City, where Da Fonseca had already established himself as a very-much-in-demand rhythmist for the likes of Herbie Mann, Dom Salvador and Antonio Carlos Jobim.

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