Alan Parsons

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Known for his innovative style as a audio engineer, producer and as a gifted composer and musician in his own right, Alan Parsons has been involved in the production of several of the most memorable recordings of the twentieth century, including The Beatles' "Abbey Road" (1969) and "Let It Be" (1970), and the art rock band Ambrosia's debut album "Ambrosia" (1975) as well as Pink Floyd's "The Dark Side of the Moon" (1973) for which Pink Floyd credit him as an important contributor. Parsons' own group, the Alan Parsons Project, as well as his subsequent solo recordings, have also been very successful both critically and commercially.

His latest collaborators include Steven Wilson, Billy Sherwood and german electronic duo Lichtmond.

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