In this previously unpublished interview from 2011, Alan Parsons was kind enough to spend a few minutes reminiscing via telephone from his ranch in Santa Barbara, CA about his work with Paul McCartney and The Beatles.
These days, Alan Parsons performs as the prime player in what’s now known as the Alan Parsons Live Project — an enterprise that was forged 20 years ago.
Goldmine Magazine’s latest set of inductees into its Hall of Fame features superstars from Norway and England, and some of music’s most significant singer-songwriters
Legendary producer, engineer, songwriter and musician Alan Parsons will perform on the Alan Parsons Live Project tour at several U.S. venues before a European tour.
The Alan Parsons Project never performed live, because the band’s namesake reportedly claimed his brand of sophisticated, breezy and keyboard-driven orchestral pop was difficult to recreate outside of the studio. But thanks to technology advances, that all changed in the mid-1990s
Alan Parsons talks candidly about his solo work, “Abbey Road” and “Dark Side Of The Moon”
Progressive-music fans must have treasured the recent holiday season, considering the slew of impressive box sets, reissues and compelling one-off projects that appeared at the end of 2008 and early in the new year…