Paul Levinson with Ed Fox and Peter Rosenthal. The album was independently release in 1972 on Happy Sad Records. The album got some airplay and attention at the time, but didn't manage to break out into the mainstream. Slowly it began to become a collectors favorite, as it had a very limited original pressing. The strong writing and psychedelic vibes of the albums made it a fan favorite as time went on.
"Twice Upon A Rhyme" has now been re-released on Big Pink/Beatball Records as a mini-CD, with three bonus tracks! There are even more releases planned, and Kayaro Incorporated is getting in the mix! Our upcoming revisions are on the way!! JhaVoice has finished three songs of the album so far and Q.Rock is busy behind the boards, with genre busting tracks lined up! Here is a sneak peak at an early favorite, "Learn 2 Learn"! Visit Paul's MySpace page to hear more of the original album, and stay tuned for more news on the project!
LISTEN TO A CLIP OF THE ORIGINAL VERSION OF "Learn To Learn" FIRST, THEN PLAY JHAVOICE"S VERSION!!
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