An English music group that shaped in Cambridge in 1990, Ezio were — initially — Ezio Lunedei and Tag “Booga” Fowell. Lunedei and Fowell honed their chops by playing from coast to coast and released their initial record, The Angel Tune, on 3rd party Salami Records. The discharge as well as the duo’s concert events were more than enough to catch the attention of major-label curiosity, and in 1994 Ezio agreed upon with heavy-hitters BMG. Then they documented and released their Rupert Hine-produced debut — Dark Boot styles on Latin Foot — in 1995. Following a 1997 follow-up (Diesel Vanilla), Ezio extended their roster to add Lidia Cascarino on bass and manufacturer Peter Truck Hooke on drums to augment their live and studio room work. Ultimately the lineup would choose Ezio, Fowell, Cascarino, Lee Russell on percussion as well as other musical instruments, and Alex Reeves overtaking drumming responsibilities from Truck Hooke. The music group continuing to tour and record, and on the following 10 years released a trio of quality albums in Higher (2000), The Producing of Mr. Spoons (2003), and Ten Thousands of Bars (2006). Over time, Ezio also released several live albums, Dvd videos, and compilations, preserving a cult-like position within the U.K. and European countries. Ringing in the brand new decade using the hard-driving folk-rock of the Is the Time (2010), they implemented up in 2014 with Adam & the Snake, both on longtime label Tapete. They turned towards the Jazzhaus label for 2016’s Daylight Moon.