The Zombies – Odessey and Oracle (1968)

Odessey and Oracle is the second proper album by English baroque/psych band The Zombies, released in 1968 on CBS. Tracklist: A1. “Care of Cell 44” (3:59) A2. “A Rose for Emily” (2:21) A3. “Maybe After He’s Gone” (2:38) A4. “Beechwood Park” (2:46) A5. “Brief Candles” (3:35) A6. “Hung Up on a Dream” (3:05) B1. “Changes” […]

Keats ‎– Keats (1984)

Keats is the singular album by the namesake English art-rock supergroup, produced by Alan Parsons and released in 1984 on EMI. Tracklist: A1. “Heaven Knows” (3:56) A2. “Tragedy” (4:58) A3. “Fight to Win” (4:12) A4. “Walking on Ice” (3:31) A5. “How Can You Walk Away” (3:42) B1. “Turn Your Heart Around” (3:45) B2. “Avalanche” (4:06) B3. […]

The Alan Parsons Project ‎– Pyramid (1978)

Pyramid is the third album by the Alan Parsons Project, released in 1978 on Arista. Tracklist: A1. “Voyager” (2:24) A2. “What Goes Up…” (3:31) A3. “The Eagle Will Rise Again” (4:20) A4. “One More River” (4:15) A5. “Can’t Take It With You” (5:06) B1. “In the Lap of the Gods” (5:27) B2. “Pyramania” (2:45) B3. […]

The Zombies

The Zombies were an English quintet that was active from 1963 to 1968. Distinguished by the breathy vocals of Colin Blunstone and the moody keyboards of Rod Argent, the band were among the first to incorporate melodrama and jazzy sophistication into the framework of rock. Members: Rod Argent (keyboards, 1961-69, 2004-present), Paul Atkinson (guitar, 1961-68), […]

The Alan Parsons Project

The Alan Parsons Project were an English symphonic/art-pop band led by the production/multi-instrumental team of Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson. The project began with the album Tales of Mystery and Imagination on 20th Century in 1976, followed by nine albums on Arista between 1977 and 1987. Members: Alan Parsons (vocals, synthesizer, bass, acoustic guitar, flute, […]