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Omar Sosa

Omar Sosa

Cuban band-leader and jazz pianist and marimba player, active since the '80s.

His music-style varies from Latin-jazz through to African rhythms, particularly his band Afreecanos, as well as Latino big-band collaborations with Jaques Morelenbaum and the Sosa Quartet.

He released his debut album, "Omar Omar" in 1997, followed by: "Free Roots" (1997), "Nfumbe for the Unseen" (1998), "Spirit of the Roots" (1999), "Inside" (1999), "Bembón" (2000), "Prietos" (2001), "Sentir" (2002), "Ayaguna" (2003), "A New Life" (2003), "Pictures of Soul" (2004), "Aleatoric EFX" (2004), "Mulatos" (2004), "Ballads" (2005), "Mulatos Remix" (2005), "Live à FIP" (2006), "Promise" (2007), "D.O. - A Day Off" (2007), "Afreecanos" (2008), "Across the Divide: A Tale of Rhythm & Ancestry (Half Note Records)" (2009), "Tales from the Earth" (2009), "Ceremony" (2010), "Calma" (2011), "Alma" (2012), "Eggun" (2013), "Senses" (2014), "Ilé" (2015), "Jog" (2015), "Eros" (2016), "Transparent Water" (2017), plus 2018's: "Es:sensual".

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