Jazz guitarist and composer Albare - Albert Dadon (1957) was born in Morocco, he grew up in Israel and France. He is fluent in French, English, Hebrew and Spanish. At the age of 27 he migrated to Australia where he first became known musically, at the forefront of the then burgeoning Acid Jazz scene.
As well as recording two albums with Festival Records in Australia under his name, Albare produced A History of Standard Time, Joe Chindamo’s first solo recording that featured the late Ray Brown (1995). Read more on Last.fm