Armando Tirelli

Armando Tirelli is an Uruguayan keyboardist, composer, and arranger who was active between the late 1960s and late 1970s. He first appeared in 1968 as part of the lounge-jazz act Sexteto Electrónico Moderno, with whom he recorded two albums. He then joined Exodo, a Mexican Latin-rock combo that issued an eponymous album in 1972. In 1978, he released the ambitious symphonic-rock concept album El Profeta, which has since gained cult-classic status.


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