Paramo, second, brought back memories of the old museum acts with his one-string fiddle and trick harmonica playing. He also plays an auto-harp, also resurrected from the dark ages. The Paramo style of turn is so old it apparently was new to most of the Brighton audience. A vocal number early in the act would be increased in value of Paramo would enunciate so that the words could be distinguished. The turn went over well for the spot.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 6 August 1920