Conversation with Paul Levinson – Part One

by guitarkadia on November 19, 2008

in Interviews

Paul LevinsonDoing original pieces like this is what gives me great satisfaction: Having a conversation (although you won’t hear me in these videos) with folks who are passionate about the same things I am – then share it with you.

I was honored that Paul agreed to be my first video interviewee. He has always been supportive of my work, no matter how ambitious the ventures have been, and indeed was the first major contributor to my now defunct blogs, The Words Palette and The Sound Palette.

When I’d mapped out the mission of Guitarkadia (back in July when it wasn’t called that) I knew I wanted Paul’s take on the effect of guitar on American culture. More specifically, how had the sound, look, and feel of guitar influenced the latter part of 20th Century American culture. If you’ve browsed through the list of books he’s written, you’d know he’s the person to talk to.

Part Two and Three of this conversation will go up tomorrow and Friday. Be sure to visit and subscribe to Paul’s excellent blog, Infinite Regress.

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Watch Part Two of Conversation with Paul Levinson.

Coming Soon: Interviews with – Iron Horse, Benji Rogers, Jeremiah Furr of The Relyx, and many more.

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Nicole November 19, 2008 at 4:29 pm

Great interview! Can’t wait to see the rest of it!

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emon November 19, 2008 at 4:31 pm

Thank you, Nicole!

Dee November 19, 2008 at 6:33 pm

Great interview, Emon! Looking forward to part 2 and more video interviews! 😀

emon November 19, 2008 at 7:31 pm

Thank you, Dee!

Paul Levinson November 20, 2008 at 2:26 am

You make me look and sound great, Emon – many many thanks!!

furlan November 20, 2008 at 11:40 am

Hi Emon,

The link for “Paul’s excellent blog Infinite Regress” doesn’t seem to go to a blog, it redirects to which seems to sport an swf only page as an intro leading to a similar swf based menu.

I think that THIS may be the actual link:

I just added it to my RSS feeds.



emon November 20, 2008 at 12:00 pm

Thank you! I’ll make the correction.

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