Thu, 7 November 2013
Welcome to Light On Light Through, Episode 89, which contains Patrick Rands and Carl Thien's recent "spotlight" on my science fiction and music, broadcast a few days ago on Patrick's WZBC Radio show. Patrick decided to do this segment after hearing Sundial Symphony's new recording of my "Looking for Sunsets (in the Early Morning)". He put together a wild, cool set of my music over the years, and began by inviting Carl to talk about my science fiction.
The playlist follows. More about Sundial Symphony - consisting of Don Frankel (who played keyboard on the 1972 recording of Looking for Sunsets) and Robbie Rist (cousin Oliver on The Brady Bunch, the bus driver on Sharknado, and everything in between) - on their Facebook page.
1. Ring Around My Rosie - recorded by Protozoa - song written by David Fox, produced by Paul Levinson, Ed Fox, and Herb Abramson, Buddah Records, 1969
2. Sunshine Mind - recorded by Donna Marie (who sang in the Archies) - song written by Paul Levinson, produced by Jimmy "Wiz" Wisner, released on Columbia, 1968
3. Love Colored Glasses - studio demo recorded by Mikie Harris & Paul Levinson, written by Paul Levinson & Mikie Harris, 1968
4. Not Yet Ready to Say Goodbye - recorded by Paul Levinson, with Ed Fox and Peter Rosenthal (Paul singing lead) - written by Paul Levinson & Linda Kaplan, produced by Paul Levinson & Ed Fox, released on Twice Upon A Rhyme LP, HappySad Records, 1972 (musicians on this album also include Don Frankel, Jay Sackett, Alan Fuhr, Boris Midney)
5. Skyscraper - studio demo by Linda Kaplan (later wrote "Toys 'R Us" jingle), written by Paul Levinson & Linda Kaplan, 1968
6. Lime Streets - live performance by Paul Levinson on Patrick Rands’ 2006 WZBC Radio show, written by Paul Levinson, 2006
7. Looking for Sunsets (in the Early Morning) - Sundial Symphony (Don Frankel & Robbie Rist), written by Paul Levinson & Ed Fox, 1969 (released on Twice Upon A Rhyme LP, HappySad Records, 1972), 2013 (mastered by Steve Katz)
more about my music at Twice Upon a Rhyme
You might also enjoy Patrick Rands' 2006 60-minute WZBC Radio show about my music, with interview.