October 31, 2013

Larry Levine Talks About Phil Spector’s Christmas Album

An interview by Steve Escobar.


Behind the Glass, Volume II by Howard Massey presents another prime collection of firsthand interviews with the world's top record producers and engineers, sharing their creative secrets and hit-making techniques - from the practical to the artistic. In these pages you'll find the interview with Larry.

March, 2000

Mix Online: The Righteous Brothers "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin"

Recorded in late 1964 and reaching Number One in both the U.S. and UK charts in February 1965, “You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'” gave the Righteous Brothers an international hit that has endured to this day.

February, 2003

CNN: Working with Phil Spector.

Q&A with longtime Spector friend and engineer Larry Levine (by Todd Leopold)

February, 2003

CNN: The making of a hit record.

Phil Spector first used Larry Levine as engineer on "He's a Rebel" in July 1962. A month later, Spector returned to the studio to record his next song, a radical cover of the Disney song "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah." As Levine tells the tale, it was that record that led to his position as Spector's favorite engineer.

April, 2007

Mick Brown: Tearing Down the Wall of Sound.

Interview with Mick Brown - Tearing Down the Wall of Sound: The Rise and Fall of Phil Spector. Tearing Down the Wall of Sound The Rise and Fall of Phil Spector by Mick Brown.

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