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Tony Levin Band does "Elephant Talk"

Tony Levin's Stick part in "Elephant Talk" was one of the song's distinguishing features, so it makes sense that he'd cover the tune with his own band. Here's how it looked.

by Jon Davis, Published 2015-06-15


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): King Crimson, Tony Levin, Jerry Marotta, Stick Men, Larry Fast (Synergy)

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