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"One of the rewarding things about being a cult act, free of the need to sell millions of records, is that you can do whatever takes your musical fancy. And what takes anti-folk songwriter/comic-book artist Jeffrey Lewis's fancy these days is collaborating with Peter Stampfel, a dapper 72-year-old Manhattanite. A founding member of the Greenwich Village beatnik/folk outfit the Holy Modal Rounders, Stampfel is steeped in the jargon of the 1960s (how many other musicians reminisce about "my ex-old lady, who was a psychedelic guide"?), yet he and Lewis complement each other wonderfully.
Although Lewis's name has sold the tickets, it's a gig of equals. Stampfel plays violin, wildly and raggedly, Lewis is on guitar, and both sing. Lewis's solo style is nerdy and wry, but tonight he's half of a rootsy, from-the-gut duo, and their voices carouse and weave. Backed by a Brit on mandolin, Franic Rozycki of the Wave Pictures, they make a raw, lusty noise." The Guardian