"The folk-rock duo Aztec Two-Step formed after a chance meeting between Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman in 1971. The pair met at an open stage at the Stone Phoenix, a Boston coffee house. Within a few months of working together, they recorded their debut as Aztec Two-Step, and a few months later, they had a deal with Elektra Records. A pleasing example of soft singer-songwriter folk-rock from the early '70s, Aztec Two-Step is a consistent effort from the duo of Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman that might appeal to fans of James Taylor, Simon & Garfunkel, and Seals & Croft. Sometimes their pretensions get the better of them (as on "The Persecution & Restoration of Dean Moriarty [On the Road]"), but overall, the album is quite enjoyable." - AMG.
The record is Exc.- and the jacket and Lyric sheet are Good (See photos).
The LP plays Exc!
This LP has some of the most realistic sounding acoustic guitars I've heard. The Vocals and Harmonies are clear and detailed with superb imaging and separation, the dynamics are smooth and realistic. This is a well balanced recording with great focus and detail.
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