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While recording and touring Peter Gabriel's first album, Levin became acquainted with Robert Fripp, and in 1980, after having played on Fripp's solo album, Exposure, he became a member of the 1980s incarnation of King Crimson.
In August 1980, he began recording sessions on Double Fantasy with John Lennon and a group of his contemporaries.
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.
Levin has been Gabriel's bass player of choice ever since, both on the road and in the studio.
and Rolling Stone Magazine rated this album as one of the best singer/songwriter albums of the 1970s.
In the late 1970s, Levin joined Peter Gabriel's band.
He also created "funk fingers", modified drumsticks attached to fingers used to hit the bass strings (which sounds similar to slap style bass).
In 2011, Levin ranked second (behind John Paul Jones) in The "20 Most Underrated Bass Guitarists" in Paste magazine.