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Encyclopedia > Twice Upon a Rhyme
Twice Upon a Rhyme
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Studio album by Paul Levinson with Ed Fox and Peter Rosenthal
Released 1972
Recorded 1969-1971 at various studios in New York.
Genre Folk-rock, Psych folk
Length 51:05
Label HappySad Records
Producer(s) Paul Levinson and Ed Fox
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Twice Upon a Rhyme was recorded on and off from 1969 to 1971. It includes all original material by Paul Levinson writing solo and with collaborating writers. Levinson is the featured artist, with Ed Fox and Peter Rosenthal (Boris Midney, Don Frankel, Jay Sackett, and Alan Fuhr also performed on the album.) The album was produced by Paul Levinson and Ed Fox. Twice Upon a Rhyme was a small pressing distributed around the country. It received some airplay, but did not break out as a hit and remained in obscurity until thirty years later, when the album began showing up from time to time on cult collectors' lists of 1960s music, with copies even appearing on eBay occasionally, and accumulating fans among European and American collectors. eBay headquarters in San Jose eBay North First Street satellite office campus (home to PayPal) eBay Inc. ... This article is about the continent. ...


The July 2002 issue of Japan's Record Collectors' Magazine featured Twice Upon a Rhyme in its roundup of American 1960s "Psychedelic Movements". The reviewer, Taro Miyasugi, said, "It's human mystical pop music... wonderful songs."


The album is also listed in Hans Pokora's 4001 Record Collector Dreams.


Track listing

  1. "Today Is Just Like You" (Levinson)
  2. "Looking For Sunsets (In The Early Morning)" (Levinson/Fox)
  3. "Gentle Blue Cherry Bell" (Levinson/Fox)
  4. "I'm Seeing You In A Different Light" (Levinson/Fox)
  5. "Learn To Learn" (Levinson/Fox)
  6. "Looks Like A Night (I Won't Catch Much Sleep In)" (Levinson/Fox)
  7. "Raincheck" (Levinson/Fox)
  8. "You Are Everywhere" (Levinson/Kaley)
  9. "Forever Friday" (Levinson/Fox)
  10. "The Soft Of Your Eyes" (Levinson)
  11. "Antique Shop (The Coming Of Winter)" (Levinson/Rosenthal)
  12. "Not Yet Ready To Say Goodbye" (Levinson/Kaplan)
  13. "The Lama Will Be Late This Year" (Levinson/Fox)

 
 

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