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Daniel Maza, great latin bassist

Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by Bubumaster, Aug 23, 2009.


  1. I strongly recomend to listen some music of this great bassist.
    He was born in Uruguay (1959) and play mostly jazz, funk and latin music (like bolero, candombe).-
    He is a great singer too.

    Check his oficial web page.
    http://www.danielmaza.com.ar/

    If U know him, please post here your impressions.


    :cool: C U arround
     

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  2. Music_for_life

    Music_for_life

    Aug 6, 2010
    Very cool guy and an endless groove, had the chance to take some classes with him, a grat experience for me. He deserves way more recognition, played as a session bassist with many musicians, as Celia Cruz, Luis Salinas, Fattoruso, etc.
    I know his main influences are Luizao Maia, Jaco, Abraham Laboriel, cuban music, funk and candombe. I can compare his groove with the groove of Richard Bona...
    Here is a song I like very much, great solo!