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Aztec Two-Step

Aztec Two-Step
At the Clearwater Festival in 2007
Background information

Aztec Two-Step is an American folk-rock band formed by Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman at a chance meeting on open stage at a Boston coffee house, the Stone Phoenix,[1] in 1971. The band was named after a line from a poem that appeared in A Coney Island of the Mind by Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Former Maine State Representative Chris Greeley once worked as a light man for the group.

They received the New York Music Award for Best Folk Album in 1986, and have performed on TV and radio programs such as Late Night with David Letterman, The King Biscuit Flower Hour, and World Cafe Live.[2] A documentary about the band, No-Hit Wonder, aired on PBS in 1999.[2]

Discography

  • Aztec Two-Step (1972)
  • Second Step (1975)
  • Two's Company (1976)
  • Adjoining Suites (1977)
  • Times of Our Lives (1979)
  • Living in America (1986)
  • See It Was Like This... (1989)
  • Of Age (1993)
  • Highway Signs (1996) (Live album)
  • Gettysburg: Reflections on American Life (2001) Rex Fowler Solo Album
  • Live and Rare (2001)
  • Plums (2003)
  • Days of Horses (2004)
  • Time It Was - The Simon & Garfunkel Songbook (2009)
  • The Persecution & Restoration of Aztec Two-Step (An Anthology) (2009)
  • Cause And Effect (2012)

References

  1. ^ "Artist page at Allmusic"
  2. ^ a b

External links

  • Official web site
  • Artist page at Allmusic
  • Monarch Music Agency - Aztec Two-Step Booking Agency
  • Planet Noise Records Released Rex Fowler's solo album "Reflections on American Life" as well as the Aztec Two-Step Album "Live & Rare"
  • Planet Noise Music


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