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    made myself a AP compilation disc , so i am having an Alan Parsons night tonight !!! anybody else a fan ??

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    Yes. I particularly like Eye in the Sky and The Turning of a Friendly Card. Some of their later stuff is good too.
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    I have I Robot on vinyl. Not a huge fan but it's ok. I think people read into his association with Pink Floyd too much.

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    I have Turn of a friendly Card, love it
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    Quote Originally Posted by eddie spaghetti View Post
    Yes. I particularly like Eye in the Sky and The Turning of a Friendly Card. Some of their later stuff is good too.
    Agree. Love "Eye In The Sky", but enjoy lots of his other stuff too.

    I always believed his stuff sounded amazing from a recording quality perspective. Just sounded good on a radio or record player, but sounded amazing on a decent hi-fi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WullieD20 View Post
    Agree. Love "Eye In The Sky", but enjoy lots of his other stuff too.

    I always believed his stuff sounded amazing from a recording quality perspective. Just sounded good on a radio or record player, but sounded amazing on a decent hi-fi.
    It's all well done, but musically I find it a bit bland.

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    "Tales of Mystery and Imagination" was pretty epic IMO. I like all his stuff, but this stands out for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogman View Post
    "Tales of Mystery and Imagination" was pretty epic IMO. I like all his stuff, but this stands out for me.
    Based on the writings of Edgar Alan Poe. I have that as well and it's pretty good.
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    Still think Tales Of Mystery and Imagination was the best one - but unfortunately each one thereafter had nowt new
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    'Tales' and 'Turn' work for me.
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