Alan Parsons Project - Live in Madrid (2004)


As most of you already know, Alan Parsons is known as one of the greatest sound engineers of the 70s progressive rock era. His most known engineering credits include Abbey Road, Atom Heart Mother, and The Dark Side of The Moon. More recently, he engineered Steven Wilson's The Raven That Refused to Sing.

Instead of taking Pink Floyd's offer to work on Wish You Were Here, Parsons started The Alan Parsons Project in 1975 along side fellow producer and songwriter Eric Woolfson. Although Woolfson left us in 2009, his legacy as a great musician and an eccentric visionary in both theater and music remains. Here's some of the live footage from The Alan Parsons Project performing live in Madrid. While the absence of Woolfson is apparent, it is a shame not to have an official live album in your collection.