Wednesday, June 2, 2021
When I was 19, I interviewed Larry at the old A&M studios on La Brea. He was among the nicest of men. Much of what he told me, mostly about Phil Spector, formed the basis of 'The Phil Spector Story', my biography of the producer published back in 1975. That book serving as a roadmap for all the others that followed.
posted by Rob Finnis from United Kingdom on June 02, 2021 19:23
Monday, May 6, 2019
Recorded music is its own art form. Mr Levine's art will inspire people for as long as they can hear or feel recorded music. Thank you.
posted by Tommy Chivers from United Kingdom on May 06, 2019 4:03
Monday, July 9, 2018
Hi Lyn, I am so proud to add to Larry's memoir. As a young mastering engineer at DCT and Sunset Sound I got to know Larry for the super hot tapes he always showed up with in the mastering room. He always wanted to make sure the famous Gold Star "swimming in echo" characteristic sound was not lost in the mastering process. He was a fantastic guy and great mentor to me. You are so lucky to have shared him with the world through the music he recorded. Luv, DJ
posted by Darrell Johnson from United States on July 09, 2018 21:04