Mayuto Correa

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Mayuto Correa (born 9 March 1943) is a Brazilian percussionist, guitarist, and composer. He was born in São Gonçalo, Rio de Janeiro and began playing in local bands there from the age of 12. He later worked in Mexico with the Brazilian bossa nova group Tamba 4 before moving to the United States. He established himself as a musician in Los Angeles in the early 1970s where he also became the record producer for the Argentine group Arco Iris who had moved to the US and shifted from rock to jazz.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ Feather, Leonard (ed.) (1999). "Correa, Mayuto (Mailto)". The Biographical Encyclopedia of Jazz. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0199729077
  2. ^ Down Beat (1982). Volume 49, p. 54
  3. ^ Feather, Leonard (24 July 1977). "Mayuto Blows the Whistle on Big Bucks". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 11 October 2013,

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