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Yellow Springs filmmaker & bro release guilt gifting video

Dayton natives Stephen and Joel Levinson, the co-creators of  the recently released comedy album “2776,” are in the Christmas-ish song business.

Richard & Fred Fairbrass of Right Said Fred appear on the Levinson Brothers song "The Season of ForGiftness"

Comedian and actor Matt Walsh, singer Susanna Hoffs of The Bangles' and Richard and Fred Fairbrass of Right Said Fred fame (I am to sexy for this blog post) are among those who lend their voices to the song " The Season of ForGiftness."

The songs is about guilt gifting ... you know, do someone dirty and then give them a watch or pair of slippers for the holidays.

Sales of the song on iTunes benefit OneKidOneWorld.org.

The charity aims to provide a foundation for education to children in impoverished communities in Kenya and El Salvador.

Joel Levinson is based in Yellow Springs. His brother lives in Los Angeles. They are working on films in Boston and Yellow Springs.

The graduates of Dayton’s Hillel Academy and sons of “Dayton Daily News” reporter Meredith Moss and retired attorney James Levinson partnered on the album “2776” with of Rob Kutner, a writer for the Conan O’Brien’s TBS show.

Contact this blogger at arobinson@DaytonDailyNews.com or Twitter.com/DDNSmartMouth

 

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