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Rarely Heard Alan Parsons Project – The Vault

Arista Records

The king of the concept albums, Alan Parsons and his group of revolving musicians get on the Vinyl Vault today with a spin of Eye In The Sky.  Not his deepest work by any means but very popular in its day.  It may have been his commercial pop peak, now that I think about it.  My favorite Project album will always be the 1976 debut on Edgar Allen Poe, but Halloween is a bit off!  Let’s get eye to eye today including the cool instrumental it starts off with, Sirius.  Either on the radio or on-line, around 5:20pm.

Parsons, right, shown with collaborator Eric Woolfson.

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