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Paul Levinson

Paul Levinson

Pop / Folk Rock / Psychedelic White Plains, NY  US
If I Traveled to the Past
If I Traveled to the Past
Lime Streets
Lime Streets
Looking for Sunsets (In the Early Morning) 1972 original by Paul Levinson
Looking for Sunsets (In the Early Morning) 1972 original by Paul Levinson
Sundial Symphony sings Looking for Sunsets (in the Early Morning)
Sundial Symphony sings Looking for Sunsets (in the Early Morning)
Catherine Asaro sings Looking for Sunsets (in the Early Morning) demo of Paul Levinson song
Catherine Asaro sings Looking for Sunsets (in the Early Morning) demo of Paul Levinson song

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Lemons and Limes (1968) music video (performed by The Fuzzy Bunnies) (words and  music by Paul Levinson)

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    You sound really good. Hi this is Steve from 13 BoneZ-we just hit #1 on the reverb rock charts-come check us out.
  • Tom Kelly (Fan)
    Tom Kelly
    great music paul!
  • The Mad Pride (Artist)
    The Mad Pride
    This is awesome! Loving the old-school psychedelia mixed with folk. Hard to find music like this! :) Rowan

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  • Twice Upon a Rhyme 2nd press remastered vinyl September 2012
  • Paul Levinson, 2007
  • Paul Levinson, 2008

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Peter Rosenthal

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Donnie Frankel

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Jay Sackett

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Alan Fuhr

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Boris Midney

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Mitch Greenberg

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Jesse Stiller

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Sounds Like: Radiohead, The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, The Beach Boys, The Monkees

Label: Happysad Records

Bio: Paul Levinson recorded with Stu Nitekman and Ira Margolis as The New Outlook aka The Other Voices (produced by Ellie Greenwich and Mike Rashkow) for Atlantic Records in the late 1960s. In 1972, Paul released an LP, Twice Upon a Rhyme, with Ed Fox, Peter Rosenthal, Boris Midney, Donny Frankel, Mi...See Full Bio

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Q: I know you use ReverbNation for digital distribution. What's the pros and cons, considering other services (TuneCore, AWAL, CD Baby, Topspin)? Cheers, and a musical hug :) Samuel Velho

A: Hi Sam - The big advantage of Reverbation in comparison to Tunecore is that you get a very extensive bundle of retail outlets for your music for just one price (Tunecore charges you for each retail outlet you want). Other than that, I like the fact that you keep all the royalties you earn with Reverbnation (Tunecore does that, too), and I also like the other benefits of a Reverbnation account - fanreach, smart-phone apps, etc. You have to pay a little for each of those, but the price is worth it.

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