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Biography

Below was translated from Italian to English using the Google translator application. The original text can be read here: Slow Feet

What can happen at a birthday party in a restaurant facing the sea?

Simple, we have a toast and talk about music. Then, since all the friends have the same musical roots, it is decided to form a rock-blues band because, when the years are over, it turns out that at the end of the life is nothing but a round of Blues that embraces all the his brothers with irony.

So the Slow Feet were born (" Slow Feet ") and already in the name there is the ironic tribute to "Slow Hand" Eric Clapton.

Perhaps it is not necessary to remember that some members of the band have written unforgettable pages of Italian music, but it is nice to discover that the stage is their natural place, the best place to express their musicality.

The rhythm section has as its backbone the energy of Franz Di Cioccio (PFM) and the low button of Reinhold Kohl. Lucio Fabbri (PFM), multi-instrumental multi-instrumentalist, is one of the group's all-round soloists, while Paolo Bonfanti, one of the most popular bluesman in Italy, is the guitar and the voice of the group together Di Cioccio.

Paolo Bonfanti Guitar and vocals
Franz Di Cioccio (PFM) Drums and vocals
Reinhold Kohl Basso
Lucio Fabbri (PFM) electric violin

ELEPHANT MEMORY

"Elephant Memory", is their first record. It is an authentic musical journey full of surprises, with sensational reinterpretations.

An electric shower born while rummaging in the hard disc of musical memory. They thought of the beat, they immersed themselves in rock, taking the path of the blues, to rediscover songs by some of the most important heroes in rock history.

It is not a tribute, but a tribute to the 50th anniversary of rock 'n' roll, with a performance that allows the listener to rediscover known routes and discover new ones.

Here is the track list of the songs and heroes of their first album:

My generation - The Who
All along the watchtower - Bob Dylan
The last time - The Rolling Stones
Manic depression - The Jimi Hendrix Experience
White room - Cream
Dr.Robert (including Nowhere man) - The Beatles
We've got to get out of this place - The Animals
A whiter shade of pale - Procol Harum
All day and night - The Kinks

SLOW FEET, four friends at the service of the Blues

Website: Slow Feet

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