Mauro Refosco

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Mauro Refosco

Mauro Refosco is a percussionist from Joacaba, Brazil. He played conga and bongo drums on Mono Puff's "It's Fun To Steal" and "Creepy". Refosco played miscellaneous percussion on "Bee Of The Bird Of The Moth" from The Else and "The Lady And The Tiger" and "Dog Walker" from Join Us. He also appeared on Grown Backwards, David Byrne's solo effort on which John Linnell played accordion.

Currently, he is a part of Forro in the Dark, a New York-based Brazilian pop band.

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