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Customer Reviews

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Excerpts from reviews of Twice Upon a Rhyme:

"Superb fuzz guitar irresistibly drizzled across several tracks ... a memorable personality indelibly locked inside the grooves ... the perfect sound track for a lethargic spring day."
Austin Matthews - Shindig Magazine, January-February 2011

"Had this record been released in 1968-1970 and with the support of a major label it would have been hailed as a psych pop masterpiece."
George Cannon - Way Off the Grid Radio, December 2010

"romantic, sunshine happy Americana or bluesier ... a handful of good feeling summer breeze love songs ... a touch of Santana exotic elements and a lot more fuzz guitar ... melodic and harmony vocals"
Gerald Van Waes - Psyche Folk, November 2010

"human mystical pop music... wonderful songs"
Taro Miyasugi - Record Collectors' Magazine, 2002

"In recent years the album has gone from an unknown collectors' gem to a much more widely known (and acclaimed) folk-rock recording."
Evan LeVine - WFMU's Beware of the Blog, October 2009

"Full rock setting with feedback guitars, organ and druggy sound effects create a flowing "Blonde on Blonde" like feel and many layers and unpredictable moves."
Patrick Lundborg, Aaron Milenski, Ron Moore, Acid Archives [book], 2006

"At their best, Levinson and his crew produce dark, druggy pop music remindful of neighbors The Patron Saints or bayou obscuros Feather Da Gamba. "Forever Friday", "Looking For Sunsets" and "You Are Everywhere" fit this profile. "The Lama Will Be Late This Year" is probably the most intriguing cut on the album, having as it does an oddly Syd Barrett-like delivery of the lyrics and some pretty unorthodox music with fuzz guitar leads."
Vernon Joynson, Fuzz Acid and Flowers Revisited [book], 2005

Twice Upon a Rhyme, Paul Levinson With Ed Fox And Peter Rosenthal
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 1972

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