Justo Almario  

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Justo Almario (b. February 18, 1949) is an Afro-Cuban jazz saxophonist born in Sincelejo, Colombia. Currently based in Los Angeles, California, Almario originally began work at age fourteen performing on Colombian television.

Justo appears as member of the band, Ubiquity, with Roy Ayers on an episode of Soul Train in 1977.

From 1980 to 1981 he performed with Freddie Hubbard's band. During the Eighties he was also a member of the Christian jazz-fusion band Koinonia (band). He has also worked with many other musicians, like Cal Tjader, Poncho Sanchez, Jennifer López and Tania Maria, among many others.

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