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San Giovanni Bassista

San Giovanni Bassista

San Giovanni Bassista


San Giovanni Bassista was a band that brilliantly expressed the humour, the freshness and New Wave energy of the “alternative Italo-Disco” that came out of Florence in the early 80s. “Don’t Go” ,the band’s biggest hit - a maxi-single relased by Materiali Sonori in 85 - featured: “Don’t Go” on side A and “Hot Socks” and “Summer Sweat” on side B. The first 2 tracks were produced by Arlo Bigazzi, the third by Alexander Robotnick. Read more on Last.fm
San Giovanni Bassista was a band that brilliantly expressed the humour, the freshness and New Wave energy of the “alternative Italo-Disco” that came out of Florence in the early 80s. “Don’t Go” ,the band’s biggest hit - a maxi-single relased by Materiali Sonori in 85 - featured: “Don’t Go” on side A and “Hot Socks” and “Summer Sweat” on side B. The first 2 tracks were produced by Arlo Bigazzi, the third by Alexander Robotnick. In 2003 Alexander Robotnick retrieved “Don’t Go” ‘s 24 original tracks and decided - with his friend Claudio Bonaiuti ,the author of the track - to produce a new release of the track with technically improved production means than the limited budget original ones. Sadly ,shortly afterwards Claudio suddendly died and the project was set aside. Recently, Alexander Robotnick came accross San Giovanni Bassista again and decided to release “Don’t Go” in digital version by A.Robotnick’s digital music label “Hot Elephant Music” ,most of all to pay tribute to his dead friend. Read more on Last.fm.

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