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Michel Camilo

 
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Triple threat

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Originally from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Michel Camilo is a triple threat with great classical, jazz and Latin chops.

All three show through in this performance of Kenny Durham's Blue Bossa.

He was already playing with the National Symphony Orchestra of the Dominican Republic by the time he was 16, but he'd already been bit by the jazz bug then.

At 14, he heard Art Tatum on the radio playing 'Tea for Two' and it mesmerized him.



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