Hugo Fattoruso

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Hugo Fattoruso
Hugo Fattoruso 1965.jpg
Hugo Fattoruso. Buenos Aires 1965.
Background information
Born (1943-07-29) 29 July 1943 (age 73)
Montevideo, Uruguay
Genres Jazz
Jazz fusion
Candombe
Occupation(s) Musician
bandleader
composer
Instruments

Accordion
Piano
Contrabass
Electric guitar
Harmonic
vocals
Moog synthesizer

percussion
Years active 1952–present

Hugo Fattoruso was born in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1943. Fattoruso is a composer, arranger, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist.[1] As well as developing a career as a soloist, he has participated and performed in many different genres: Trio Fattoruso (with his son Francisco and his brother Osvaldo), Hot Blowers, Los Shakers, Opa, Eduardo Mateo, etc. He has collaborated also with such renowned artists as : Airto Moreira, Abraham Laboriel, Manolo Badrena, Chico Buarque, Milton Nascimento, Ruben Rada, Djavan, etc.[1]

Career[edit]

  • 1952–1958: Trío Fattoruso
  • 1959–1963: The Hot Blowers.
  • 1964–1969: Los Shakers
  • 1969–2005: Opa
  • 2000–present: Trío Fattoruso
  • 2003–present: Hugo Fattoruso and Rey Tambor
  • 2004–present: Soloist
  • 2007: With Yahiro Tomohiro created "Dos Orientales"

Discography[edit]

Los Shakers "Los Shakers"

Los Shakers "Shakers for You"

Los Shakers "La Conferencia Secreta del Toto´s Bar"

Los Shakers "Por Favor"

Los Shakers "Break it All"

Los Shakers "Bonus Tracks"

Hugo & Osvaldo Fattoruso "La Bossa Nova de Hugo y Osvaldo"

Airto Moreira Fingers (CTI, 1972)

Eumir Deodato & Airto Moreira (live) "In Concert"

Opa Goldenwings

Opa Magic Time

Airto "I'm Fine How Are You"

Manolo Badrena "Manolo"

Opa "En Vivo y Rarities" (re-edition, CD of LP "Opa En Vivo")

Opa "Back Home"

Otroshakers "A Los Shakers"

Barcarola – 1981 – "Barcarola"

La Escuelita "Ahora Sí"

Jaime Roos "Mediocampo"

Los Pusilánimes "Qué Suerte" (cassette only)

Hugo Fattoruso "Oriental"

Hugo Fattoruso y Jorge Graf "Momentos"

Grupo del Cuareim "Candombe"

Hugo Fattoruso "O Último Blues"

Hugo Fattoruso "Ciencia Fictiona"

Hugo Fattoruso "Varios Nombres"

Hugo Fattoruso Homework

Rey Tambor "Palo y Mano"

Trío Fattoruso "En Vivo en Medio y Medio"

Trío Fattoruso "Trío Fattoruso"

Candombe en New York "Alma y Vida"

Ricardo Nolé -H.Fattoruso "Dos Álbumes de Música Uruguaya" ( CD's edition of you first soloist LP "Varios Nombres")

Milton Nascimento "Planeta Blue Na Estrada do Sol"

Milton Nascimento "Milton"

Milton Nascimento "Angelus"

Milton Nascimento "Journey to Down"

Milton Nascimento "Tambores de Minas"

Milton Nascimento "Nascimento" (H.Fattoruso, arranjer)

Chico Buarque de Holanda "Morro Dois Irmaos"

Ruben Rada "Montevideo"

Ruben Rada "Montevideo 2"

Ruben Rada -H.Fattoruso "Las Aventuras de Fatto-Rada"

Djavan "Meu Lado"

Takamasa Segi "Forest Rain"

Takamasa Segi "Silencio"

María de Fátima "Bahía com H"

Rey Tambor "Emotivo"

Rey Tambor "Puro sentimiento"

Lee Tomboulian & Circo "North/South Convergence" (arranger, producer)

H. Fattoruso y Yahiro Tomohiro "Dos Orientales"

Hugo Fattoruso "Café y Bar Ciencia Fictiona"

Mio Matsuda "Flor Criolla"

Mio Matsuda "Compas del Sur"

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "allmusic Credits". 

External links[edit]