|1. Prime Time|
|2. Let Me Go Home|
|3. One Good Reason|
|4. Since The Last Goodbye|
|5. Don't Answer Me|
|6. Dancing On A High Wire|
|7. You Don't Believe|
|9. Ammonia Avenue|
A one-time sound engineer for The Beatles, Alan Parsons works as a producer in the London music scene. His band Alan Parsons Project is a loose association of studio musicians that get together and cut an album occasionally. The band's make-up varies but it's always first-class names you'll see on the sleeve notes.
Sleeve notes? OK, most of my collection is still vinyl, but I'm changing them to CD. I'm not one of those who believes that vinyl is superior (far from it) and the deep, rich and spacious passages that mark Alan Parsons' work sound so much better without the noise that even the best vinyl could never leave behind.
This album follows their usual style. It's thoughtful rock music performed by top-flight musicians who (it seems to me) enjoy working together and who like to produce something more than just a collection of 3-minute tracks.
I recommend it, especially if your first thought was "Who?".
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