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See, It Was Like This was released in 1989 as a brand-new set of acoustic re-recordings of songs from Aztec Two-Step's early-'70s albums. Not a cynical attempt to avoid paying licensing fees to Elektra Records for reissue rights or an admission of complete creative brain-death, See, It Was Like This instead functions as a kind of alternative greatest-hits package of Aztec Two-Step's early years. The duo's early work with producer Jerry Yester was truly lovely in the near-orchestral manner of Yester's own work with his wife, Judy Henske, around the same period, but these much simpler, almost stark new versions of the songs strip away the slightly dated orchestrations and put the focus entirely on Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman's close harmonies and acoustic guitars, both of which are in top shape throughout.

Biography

Formed: 1971 in Boston, MA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

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...
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