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Alan Parsons - The Very Best Live - (Size: 459.59 MB) (Files: 35)

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  01 - Sirius.flac

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  02 - Eye in the Sky.flac

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  03 - Psychobabble.flac

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  04 - The Raven.flac

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  05 - Time.flac

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  06 - Luciferama.flac

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  07 - Old and Wise.flac

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  09 - Prime Time.flac

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  10 - Limelight.flac

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  11 - Don't Answer Me.flac

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  12 - Standing on Higher Ground.flac

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  13 - When.flac

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  14 - Take the Money and Run.flac

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  15 - You're the Voice.flac

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Alan Parsons - The Very Best Live [1995]

Artist...............: Alan Parsons
Album................: The Very Best Live
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 1995
Ripper...............: Exact Audio Copy (Secure mode) / Level 8 & TSSTcorp CDDVD SE-S204N
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 67 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment

Ripped by............: Warlordhunter on 9/17/2008
Posted by............: Warlordhunter on 10/14/2008

Included.............: NFO, PLS, M3U, LOG, CUE
Covers...............: Front CD Leaflet


1. (00:02:26) Alan Parsons - Sirius
2. (00:05:05) Alan Parsons - Eye in the Sky
3. (00:05:31) Alan Parsons - Psychobabble
4. (00:05:59) Alan Parsons - The Raven
5. (00:05:19) Alan Parsons - Time
6. (00:05:04) Alan Parsons - Luciferama
7. (00:04:52) Alan Parsons - Old and Wise
8. (00:04:27) Alan Parsons - You're Gonna Get Your Fingers Burned
9. (00:05:28) Alan Parsons - Prime Time
10. (00:04:49) Alan Parsons - Limelight
11. (00:04:29) Alan Parsons - Don't Answer Me
12. (00:05:17) Alan Parsons - Standing on Higher Ground
13. (00:04:16) Alan Parsons - When
14. (00:06:18) Alan Parsons - Take the Money and Run
15. (00:05:07) Alan Parsons - You're the Voice

Playing Time.........: 01:14:27
Total Size...........: 452.29 MB

NFO generated on.....: 10/14/2008 9:15:51 PM

For all those years throughout the 70's and 80's (even through his most
commercially successful periods) Parsons always claimed that he was a studio
artist, with no intentions of EVER playing live. However, all of that changed
with the 1994 European release of "The Very Best Of Live". The album was
then repackaged (with three additional studio tracks as a bonus)and released
to the USA about a year later. Well, simply put, "The Very Best of Live" The
performances of some of Parsons best rockers ("Standing On Higher Ground",
"Your Gonna Get Your Fingers Burned") are emotionally-charged and
energetic to the hilt! Just as his best known ballads ("Old and Wise", "Time")
are given the full dreamy, atmospheric treatment of their original studio
versions. The live band consists of many of Parsons usual studio cohorts
(drummer Stuart Elliott, keyboardists Andrew Powell and Richard Cottle, and
of course, colorful guitar-meister Ian Bairnson). On these live tracks all of the
lead vocals are provided by Chris Thompson and Gary Howard. Both singers
have good versitile pipes, and do a more than admirable job of covering the
varied vocal styles of the many singers that have contibuted to Parsons
repertoire over the years. Thompson's empassioned take on "Limelight" easily
surpasses the studio version from 1985's "Stereotomy", just as the dual
vocals on "Don't Answer Me" add an extra dimension to the song. Another
treat for the Parsons faithful are the new studio tracks added onto the US
release. "When" is a simple rocker sung by Thompson. "Take the Money and
Run" is an excellent piece of modern art-rock, with some spacy keyboard
textures, a dynamic arrangement that builds in intensity, and a rare vocal
performance by drummer Stuart Elliott. Perhaps the best of the new studio
tracks is "You're the Voice", an anthemic rocker with an outstanding lead
vocal from Thompson. "You're the Voice" was to become one of the emotional
highlights of Parsons 1995 tour in support of this album.

Who would guess that Alan Parson, a studio band that never toured, would
record one of the best live records of all time years after their prime. A big
accomplishment considering Alan Parson would have to find singers that
would compliment the original performances. His gamble payed off on this
record and the results are incredible. Both singers turn in an excellent
performance. Songs such as "Psychobabble" and "Eye in the Sky" completely
blow the originals out of the water. The musicianship is also spectacular. The
saxophone solo on "Old and Wise" is so poweful it brings tears to your eyes.
One thing I really enjoy about this record is you can hear that the band is
really having fun on stage and it shows. As a bonus there are three
additional studio tracks. The first song "When" is mediocre but the next two
songs "Take the Money and Run" and "Your'e the Voice" are powerful. I
definitely recommend this to any Alan Parson fan.

The European version of this albums contains "only" live songs. The US-
version however also contains three excellent new studio songs: When; Take
The Money And Run; You're The Voice. In particular 'Take The Money And
Run', written by Stuart Elliot and Andrew Powell, is marvellous. Stuart Elliot is
singing this and it is very very good. Also the live performances of Alan
Parsons and his colleagues are outstanding.

All in all, if you are a hardcore fan of Alan Parsons, I can't imagine that you
would be disappointed with this fine album.

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