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The Alan Parsons Project

As indicated by its name, the Alan Parsons Project was not a band so much as a concept overseen by the titular Parsons, a successful producer and engineer. Born in Britain on December 20, 1948, he began his musical career as a staff engineer at EMI Studios, and first garnered significant industry exposure via his work on the Beatles' 1969 masterpiece, Abbey Road. Parsons subsequently worked with Paul McCartney on several of Wings' earliest albums; he also oversaw recordings from Al Stewart, Cockney Rebel, and Pilot, but solidified his reputation by working on Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon.

Influenced by his work on Stewart's concept album Time Passages, Parsons decided to begin creating his own thematic records; along with songwriter Eric Woolfson, he soon founded the Alan Parsons Project. Although Parsons played keyboards and infrequently sang on his records, the Project was designed primarily as a forum for a revolving collection of vocalists and session players -- among them Arthur Brown, ex-Zombie Colin Blunstone, Cockney Rebel's Steve Harley, the Hollies' Allan Clarke, and guitarist Ian Bairnson -- to interpret and perform Parsons and Woolfson's conceptually linked, lushly synthesized music.

The Project debuted in 1975 with Tales of Mystery and Imagination, a collection inspired by the work of Edgar Allan Poe; similarly, the science fiction of Isaac Asimov served as the raw material for 1977's follow-up, I Robot. With 1980's The Turn of a Friendly Card, a meditation on gambling, the Alan Parsons Project scored a Top 20 hit, "Games People Play"; 1982's Eye in the Sky was the Project's most successful effort, and notched a Top Three hit with its title track. While 1984's Ammonia Avenue went gold, the Project's subsequent LPs earned little notice, although records like 1985's Vulture Culture, 1987's Gaudi, and 1996's On Air found favor with longtime fans. Time Machine followed in 1999. After taking a five-year hiatus, Parsons returned in 2004 with A Valid Path. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
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The fantastic Mel Collins provides the beautiful saxophone solo on Don't Answer Me.....
The fantastic Mel Collins providing the beautiful saxophone solo......
Great song, great group. Love the video too.
Pater
haven't herd this song before ,but it's even more relavant now
ckdietz6
have fun pgunn
I have 2nd row seats for his concert in Phoenix on Oct. 5th. One of my favorite musical acts ever (moved down to 3rd place since I discovered Porcupine Tree and Steven Wilson who Alan has worked with), I have listened to Tales from the time it came out. I Robot was a great follow up and while the subsequent albums lacked a bit of the spacey elements the first 2 did I still enjoy them. I have seen them a couple times before and loved them both times. 2nd row...Too cool.
ckdietz6
Although Alan and Eric parted ways a few decades ago, it was sad to have Eric pass (cancer). I've seen Alan twice in Seattle, post Eric, because Eric did not want to tour (APP never toured prior to that). Anyway, let's not forget who sound engineered the longest running album is rock history...Da r k side of the Moon. I'm glad to hear he's still touring this year. Cheers.
The bio should be updated; afterGaudi it was no longer the Project as Alan soldiered on without songwriter Woolfson. Eric went into musicals, and, sadly, has now passed away.
thkahlau
I owe an infinite Thank you to my 7th grade music teacher. Back in 1980, she introduced us to some thing called Concept album with the examples Tales of Mystery and Imagination and Pink Floyd's The Wall. And I - prior to that music class totally and utterly oblivious to rock music - discovered a whole new world.
Alan Parsons Project has ALWAYS been one of those bands on my bucket list and I finally got to see them is a small venue in Washington state recently. They were every bit as awesome as I expected them to be! They are the tightest band I've ever heard. Been playing the CD's to death ever since! AWESOME CONCERT!!!!
im a sixtys generation but listened so much to Alen Parsons never knew he worked on so many special projects wow
When I was still in middle school, my dad gave me an Alan Parsons mix tape and I wore that thing OUT. Also, Oh, Life from Try Anything Once is one of my favorite songs ever.
brb39840
As a old guy who grew up with the Project , I can put 3 bands in an exclusive club ,, Moody Blues , Alan Parsons Project , Pink Floyd ,,,,,,in no particular order
Actually its Jacqui Copeland on lead vocals on Mr. Time. Look up the Wiki on the album, gives track listing and lead vocals of each.
Chris Rainbow on vocals
Pretty sure Eric Woolfson lead vocal
jep1208
Head phones and a mellow room or ear buds and walking down the street Alan Parsons Project kicks it!
alohakghi
Don't get me wrong, love Pandora, just wish we didn't have to look up the artists that contributed to individual songs. Old timers like me remember reading album covers and finding out who the musicians were that played on our favorite songs. For example, who's singing lead on this tune?
HEAD MUSIC 101
He basically brought the sax back into Pop music with Al Stewarts Year of the cat
Anyways, the key to this plan is the giant laser. It was invented by the noted Cambridge physicist Dr. Parsons. Therefore, we shall call it... The Alan Parsons Project! Dr.E
the only band that compares with pink floyds style
don,t answer me off ammonia ave, classic!
Saw them in concert last night in Hollywood Florida, it was an amazing experience and the music was still tight . Got a crowd of graying rockers off their feet, dancing and screaming. I think that says it all!
Oh yeah...Time. . . L O V E
Parsons has a real gift - working with Beatles and Paul and Wings seems to sum it up to me. Loved everything ever done by Parsons even when I was too young to know anything!
cw077
one of the greatest bands ever.
811432216
Different than anything else out there - outstanding!
Sirius is the instrumental that precedes Eye in the Sky on the album - but one fades right into the other without a break.
time, great parsons song, hardly ever hear it on radio, great to hear it here!
Ok am I crazy or is the song playing Eye in the Sky but its labled Sirius?
Day after day, the show must go on...
great song, great album, loved this band, parsons is a legend, engineering sgt pepper and dark side of the moon! 2 of the all time greatest albums!
Been a Project fan since 1977 and just recently added Stereotomy to my collection. Time, is flowing like a river.
In the matter of a moment, lost till the end of time..it's the evening of another day and the end of mine...
mparchman6
A girl friend bought an expensive stereo. After buying it she laughed because it wasn't the stereo that sounded so good but Tales of Mystery and Imagination they'd used as a demo on it.
magemastermo r g a n
Best band in the world!
Just what you need to make you feel better....
denevanp
I listen to APP often but hadn't attended to the lyrics of Day After Day in a long time. Really struck me how differently that message feels almost 30 years on. Seems to also say a lot about the caliber of any piece of art that it is relevant in personally meaningful ways over so long a time.
Eye in the sky, hehehehe Niel Young-"we are in control" hehehehehe
LOVED Pyramid!!
What about Eve? Pyramid? Stereotomy?
Very creative, innovative performers.
Sakman6. You are correct the musicians were exactly that ... Musicians. Now we have overproduced performers
the album leaf
steven wilson
sakman6
As good as APP sounded back in the day, this music resonates even more now! Am I wrong in stating that the music felt more artful back then? Are there any current artists out there producing this caliber of art?
I grew up listening to this music on my father's reel to reel tape recorder as I would lay on the floor with the home speakers on either side of my head. Love this group!
CAN'T TELL YOU HOW MUCH HIS MUSIC MEANS TO ME, ALWAYS SPECTACULAR! !
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