Three decades later, in July 2002, 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 has its own page on Wikipedia.
After the original release of Twice Upon A Rhyme, Paul Levinson went on to become a successful science fiction writer, a noted American media commentator, and professor of communication and media studies at Fordham University in New York City.
(The Coming Of Winter)" 4:06
Paul Levinson (NY)
Twice Upon a Rhyme 1972 (HappySad - 3000)
Enjoyable but still fairly unknown LP of 1968-69 Buckley & Hardin-style folkrock with stoned psych vibe throughout, lots of warmth and personality and idiosyncratic vocals. 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. Upbeat 1960s vibe rather than the usual 1970s downers. Highpoints include weird, dreamy tracks such as "Friday Forever" and "The Lama Will The Late This Year" (my personal anthem). Levinson is well known writer and media commentator today.
Tapestry of Delights
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