Armed with an acoustic guitar each, Ezio Lunedei and Mark
Booga Fowell started their career with a relentless touring
schedule, and stopped only to record a couple of albums
(Saxon Street and "The Angel Song") on their own Salami
label to sell at gigs to finance even more touring. A deal with
Arista followed and "Black Boots On Latin Feet" was
released. They celebrated - by going on the road again....
At some point they became big in Germany - no-one is quite
sure how this happened - and they marked this feat by recording
"Diesel Vanilla" - and more touring.
In 1999, without a manager or record label they booked the
Shepherds Bush Empire, and packed it out, as their self released
CD and Video of the night shows. To celebrate they recorded an
album, "Higher", on their own and adding a bass player and
drummer to the line up.
2003 saw the release of "The Making Of Mr Spoons" and
more touring. It's their best album to date, matured and assured,
showing what they do best, which is write and play great songs