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Anthony Frederick Levin (born June 6, 1946) is an American musician and composer, specializing in electric bass, Chapman Stick and upright bass. Levin is best known for his work with King Crimson and Peter Gabriel.
He was also a member of Liquid Tension Experiment, Bruford Levin Upper Extremities, Proje Kct One, and Proje Kct Four. A prolific session musician since the 1970s, Levin has played on 500 albums, including those by Cher, Asia, Alice Cooper, John Lennon, Sarah Mc Lachlan, Paula Cole, Stevie Nicks, Pink Floyd, Paul Simon, Dire Straits, Lou Reed, David Bowie, Tom Waits, Buddy Rich, The Roches, Todd Rundgren, Seal, Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe, Warren Zevon, Kevin Parent, Laurie Anderson, Kate & Anna Mc Garrigle, Gibonni, and Jean-Pierre Ferland.
Levin also took part in two of the post-breakup experimental sub-groups, Proje Kct One (1997) and Proje Kct Four (1998).
Levin played bass on "Watcher of the Skies" from Steve Hackett's Genesis Revisited album (1996).
There has been no word yet on the release of volume 2, which will cover the 1990s and possibly 2000s versions of the band.
Levin has also written a book of career anecdotes and road stories called Beyond the Bass Clef.
He began playing double bass at 10 years old, primarily studying classical music.
In 1978, Levin moved to Woodstock, New York, to join the band L'Image, which included his old friend Steve Gadd as well as Mike Mainieri and Warren Bernhardt.
The band broke up after a year, and Levin stayed in the area, he currently resides in Kingston, New York.
He had met Gabriel through producer Bob Ezrin (with whom Levin had recorded Alice Cooper's Welcome to My Nightmare and Lou Reed's Berlin).
Levin has been Gabriel's bass player of choice ever since, both on the road and in the studio.