Alan Parsons

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About Alan Parsons

Best known as the leader of the progressive rock "project" that bears his name, Alan Parsons is also a highly regarded producer and engineer. He initially established himself in the studio working on notable albums by the Beatles and Pink Floyd before co-founding the Alan Parsons Project with instrumentalist/composer Eric Woolfson. Borrowing conceptual sci-fi themes from writers like Isaac Asimov and exploring a hybridized blend of rock, classical, AM pop, and synth-based music, the Project helped define the sound of artful prog-rock with albums like 1977's I Robot and 1982's Eye in the Sky; the latter of which hit number seven on the Billboard 200. Parsons continued to produce and engineer, contributing to albums by Pilot, Ambrosia, Paul McCartney, Al Stewart, and others. While the Project parted ways in 1987, Parsons continued to release his own albums, including 1999's The Time Machine, 2004's A Valid Path, and 2022's From the New World.

London, England
December 20, 1948

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