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Alan Parsons Project, The - I Robot , Pyramid, Eve, Turn Of A Friendly Card download mp3
Title:
I Robot , Pyramid, Eve, Turn Of A Friendly Card
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Alan Parsons Project, The
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1768 mb
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Complete your The Alan Parsons Project collection. Shadow Of A Lonely Man. 5:30. You Lie Down With Dogs. I'd Rather Be A Man. 3:53.

This box contains 4 LPs of The Alan Parsons Project. Printed in Western Germany. Matrix, Runout (Runout, side B, album "The Turn Of A Friendly Card"): 203000 B-2/80S II 020 Made in Germany. Rights Society (Boxed): GEMA.

Box Set, Compilation Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue. This box contains 4 LP's of The Alan Parsons Project. I Robot Pyramid Eve The Turn Of A Friendly Card. Milano 1981 Arista Records LTD.

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Pyramid (stylized as Pyr△mid) is the third album by progressive rock band The Alan Parsons Project, released in 1978. It is a concept album centred on the pyramids of Giza. At the time the album was conceived, interest in pyramid power and Tutankhamun was widespread in the US and the UK. Pyramid was nominated for the 1978 Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical.

Produced and Engineered by Alan Parsons Executive Producer – Eric Woolfson Mastering Consultant – Chris Blair Recorded Between 1979 and 1980. at Acousti Studio, Paris, France; Orchestra and Choir Recorded at Arco Studio, Munich, Germany The Orchestra Of The Munich Chamber Opera c/o Eberhard Schoener, Leader Sandor Farcas, Orchestra coordinator Curtis Briggs. It was always intended that this piece would become the opening fanfare for the album, but it was later butted up to the main part of May Be A Price To Pay and became a part of that track. Nothing Left To Lose (Basic Backing Track). We have included three aspects of ‘Nothing Left to Lose’ which in a way is an anatomy of a recording.