Alan Parsons' Art - Science of Sound Recording

Name Alan Parsons' Art - Science of Sound Recording
Birth date Unknown
Country United-Kingdom
City Unknown

The main group creator was born in 1948 in Great Britain. From an early age he showed great interest in music - he learned to play the guitar, piano and flute, he played in school bands. He decided to use his passion in adult life - he started working as an engineer at EMI, so he says "to get to know all the secrets behind the production of albums". He worked with such celebrities as The Beatles and Paul McCartney, but it was really loud to talk about him after the release of Pink Floyd's The Dark Side Of The Moon, for which he received his first Grammy nomination.

In 1975, he decided to create, together with the author of the lyrics, Eric Woolfson, his own formation - The Alan Parsons Project. In 1976, they released their debut album, inspired by the work of Edgar Allan Poe, "Tales of Mystery Imagination", followed by "I, Robot", "Pyramid" and "Eve". In total, until 1987, when Eric and Alan's ways diverged, they released 10 albums together, each of which covered with gold and platinum almost all over the world.

However, the work of Alan Parsons did not end there. In 1993, he returned with the album "Try Anything Once" and started touring around the world as Alan Parsons Live Project. For the first time, fans had the opportunity to hear the greatest hits played live. And they were delighted with it. In 2004 he surprised once again - this time with the electronic album "A Valid Path", because as he stated "this industry is changing, and I feel that I have to reach other types of listeners without losing my identity".