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Alan Parsons

As an assistant engineer at Abbey Road Studios in the late 60’s, a young Alan Parsons was just beginning his journey into a successful career in music that has spanned several decades as an engineer, producer, musician, educator and actor.  His story and his work have been heralded by industry peers, as well as his fans.  From lending his engineering talents to projects with the Beatles, the Hollies, Paul McCartney, not to mention his contributions to Pink Floyd’s “The Dark Side Of The Moon”, to his role as a producer with acts such as Pilot, Al Stewart and Ambrosia, to his work with Eric Woolfson in the Alan Parsons Project, Alan Parsons has undoubtedly delivered a legendary career in the music industry.  Inside MusiCast is pleased to welcome Alan Parsons.

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