Alan Parsons Live Project
Alan Parsons celebrates this year the 40th anniversary of the mythical prog rock album Eye in the Sky. Long before he founded the group The Alan Parsons Project with his friend Eric Woolfson, the Briton made a name for himself behind the scenes at the legendary Abbey Road Studio. It is there that he participated very young in the making of musical landmarks of the XXth century. He received his first credits in 1969 on the Beatles’ Abbey Road album, then on Let it Be. Four years later, he was nominated for a Grammy Award for his groundbreaking engineering work on Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon. In 1976, The Alan Parsons Project released its first album Tales of Mystery and Imagination, inspired by the poetry of Edgar Allan Poe. The beginning of a wonderful musical adventure, between sonic experimentations, concept albums and pop-rock melodies. This summer, Alan Parsons will perform for the very first time at the Montreux Jazz Festival.
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