TONY LEVIN, Resonator (CD) LIMITED QUANTITY AVAILABLE. - Released on Narada, in 2000. - Jewel Box Package with 10 pages booklet. - The purchase includes instant download in WAV, FLAC, M4A and/or MP3-320 format. - Exclusive fulfillment by Horatio Nardini @ MoonJune Records.
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Resonator is a 2006 album by Tony Levin. The album is significantly different from Levin's previous solo efforts mainly due to the introduction of lead vocals on most of the tracks as well as an overall more rock-oriented sound.
The song "Utopia" originally appeared on an earlier Levin album "Waters of Eden" as an instrumental piece. The new version adds vocals and a guitar solo by Toto guitarist Steve Lukather. "Throw the God a Bone" features a guest performance by King Crimson singer/guitarist Adrian Belew. This was the first (and only as of November 2009) studio recording made to feature both Levin and Belew since the 1995 THRAK sessions.
released January 1, 2000
TONY LEVIN - lead vocals, cello, piano, keyboards, bass guitar, Chapman stick
JERRY MAROTTA - drums, background vocals
PETE LEVIN - piano, organ
LARRY FAST - synthesizers
JESSE GRESS - guitar, background vocals
ADRIAN BELEW - lead guitar on "Throw The God A Bone"
STEVE LUKATHER - lead guitar on "Utopia"