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Incredible jamming with twelve string guitar and six string classical guitar, machine gun arpeggios, surprising changes of key, a pastiche of rhythms and time signatures, beautiful slightly out-of-key melodies, jangling noisy chords, adroit counterpoint, seamless shifts from the bluesy to the jazzy to the out-a-here, lubricious leaps up and down the neck, each musician doing the work of four, the first cut on the album, “Ms. Julie,” a triumphant welcome to everything you would expect from unparalleled virtuosity.

Larry Coryell and Philip Catherine, Twin House, Electra Records, 6E-123 ((1977).  Album design – not credited.