Aztec Two-Step

Genres: Pop / Rock
Tags: singer-songwriter folk acoustic seen live guitar folk pop ballad emusic gray charles aztec two-step odss pagan Powered by AudioScrobbler
Decades: 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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This folk-influenced duo from the USA, comprising songwriters Rex Fowler (vocals/guitar) and Neal Shulman (vocals/guitar), met at an ‘open mike’ night at a Boston folk club in 1971. Taking their name from a line in the Lawrence Ferlinghetti poem ‘A Coney Island Of The Mind’, Aztec Two-Step made its recording debut on Elektra Records in 1972. Aztec Two-Step showcased their informal style and featured admirable support from several exemplary associates, including Elaine McFarlane, John Seiter (both ex-Spanky And Our Gang), John Sebastian, Doug Dillard and Jerry Yester, the latter of whom also produced the set. Shulman and Fowler moved to RCA Records for a number of mid-70s releases which, while accomplished, featured a less interesting supporting cast and lacked the charm of that first set.

Following 1980’s Times Of Our Lives the duo concentrated on live work for a number of years, but returned to the studio in the...

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