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It’s the story of a guy who’s really not reasonable since he’s very passionate. It‘s the atypical course of a man born in 1966 and who, after studying math and graduating engineering school with honors, ended up in Saudi Arabia in the early ‘90’s to practice his expatriate electronics engineering skills with all the modern comfort. Upon his return, however, he refused to take the professional road that was safely mapped out. He chose to quit everything and to leap into the unknown in order to fulfill his destiny: To become a full-time «jazz musician.» How did he do that? The «old-school» way: He furiously taught himself how to play
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