Alan Parsons Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Alan Parsons Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Ammonia Avenue Part 1 (Eric Demo Vocal - Rough Mix)
2 Ammonia Avenue
3 Let's Talk About Me
4 Winding Me Up
5 Days Are Numbers
6 One Good Reason
7 Don't Answer Me (Early Rough Mix)
8 Sirius/Eye in the Sky
9 Don't Answer Me
10 Since The Last Goodbye (Chris Rainbow Vocal Overdubs)
11 Out Of The Blue
12 Do You Live At All?
13 More Lost Without You (Live)
14 Sirius / Eye in the Sky
15 Dancing On A High Wire
16 Since The Last Goodbye (Eric Guide Vocal - Rough Mix)
17 Blue Blue Sky
18 Fragile
19 Don't Let It Show (Live)
20 Breakdown / The Raven (live in Madrid)
21 You Don't Believe
22 You Don't Believe (Instrumental Tribute To The Shadows)
23 You're Gonna Get Your Fingers Burned
24 Sirius (Live)
25 Sirius / Eye In the Sky (Live)
26 (The System Of) Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether (Live)
27 More Lost Without You (live in Madrid)
28 Pipeline
29 Dancing On A Highwire/Spotlight
30 Standing On Higher Ground
31 The Raven (Live)
32 Games People Play (Live)
33 Call Of The Wild
34 Old and Wise (Live)
35 La Sagrada Familia
36 Lucifer
37 Ammonia Avenue (Orchestral Overdub)
38 Psychobabble
39 You're Gonna Get Your Fingers Burned (Live)
40 Nothing Left to Lose
41 You Lie Down With Dogs
42 Dancing On A Highwire
43 Limelight
44 Prime Time (Live)
45 What Goes Up
46 I'd Rather Be A Man
47 When
48 Don't Answer Me (Live)
49 (The System Of) Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether
50 You Won't Be There
51 Separate Lives
52 Old And Wise
53 Standing On Higher Ground (Live)
54 Games People Play
55 Eye In The Sky
56 Take the Money and Run (Live)
57 Breakdown / The Raven
58 Don't Hold Back
59 Sooner Or Later
60 We Play the Game
61 You're the Voice (Live)
62 Damned If I Do
63 Secret Garden
64 Vulture Culture
65 You're The Voice
66 Can't Take It With You (Live)
67 Can't Take It With You
68 Prime Time
69 If I Could Change Your Mind
70 Hawkeye
71 A Recurring Dream Within a Dream
72 Breakdown / The Raven (Live)
73 Oh Life (There Must Be More)
74 Let Me Go Home
75 Elsie's Theme From The Sicilian Defence
76 Somebody Out There
77 You Can Run
78 Psychobabble (Live)
79 (The System of) Dr. Tarr & Professor Feather
80 The Same Old Sun
81 Chromolungma
82 I Wouldn't Want to Be Like You (Live)
83 Limelight (live)
84 Since The Last Goodbye
85 You Don't Believe (Demo)
86 More Lost Without You
87 Too Close Too The Sun
88 Damned If I Do (Live)

Alan Parsons Bio

Alan Parsons (b. 20 December 1948 in London) is a British audio engineer, musician, and record producer. He was involved in the production of several successful albums, including The Beatles' Abbey Road and The Dark Side of the Moon, for which Pink Floyd credit him as an important contributor. Parsons' own group, The Alan Parsons Project, as well as his subsequent solo recordings have also been commercially successful.

In October 1967, at age 18, Parsons went to work as an assistant engineer at Abbey Road Studios, where he earned his first credit on the LP, Abbey Road. He became a fixture there, engineering such projects as Paul McCartney's Wild Life and Red Rose Speedway, five albums by The Hollies, and Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon, for which he received his first Grammy Award nomination. He was known for going beyond what would normally be considered the scope of a recording engineer’s duties. He considered himself to be a recording director, likening his contribution to recordings to what Stanley Kubrick contributed to film. This is apparent in his work with Al Stewart's Year of the Cat, where Parsons added the saxophone part and transformed the original folk concept into the jazz-influenced ballad that put Al Stewart onto the charts. It is also heard in Parsons’ influence on the Hollies’ He Ain't Heavy, He’s My Brother and The Air That I Breathe, sharp departures from their 1960s pop Stay, Just One Look, Stop! Stop! Stop! or Bus Stop. Parsons was also known to have swapped shifts during the engineering of The Dark Side of the Moon so he could work entirely on the project.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Parsons