You have reached the website of Larry Levine, Grammy-award winning recording engineer for "A Taste Of Honey" (Herb Alpert)....
Larry Levine is responsible for some of the greatest classic rock recordings of all time. As Phil Spector's longtime engineer, he helped craft the "wall of sound" that made records by The Ronettes and other Spector artists sonically unique. Levine also manned the board for numerous Beach Boys albums, including the legendary "Pet Sounds," as well as Ike and Tina Turner's famed "River Deep, Mountain High." He has also recorded Herb Alpert, The Righteous Brothers, Billy Eckstine and The Ramones.
In 1971 Larry was nominated for a Grammy Award for the "Best Engineered Recording (Non-Classical)" for the album Wings from Michel Colombier.
May 8, 1928 - May 8, 2008.
We hope to be able to list all of Larry's work on this website. If you know of records Larry engineered, please let us know on the contact form.
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