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Eric Woolfson
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Eric Woolfson Sings the Alan Parsons Project That Never Was
Review by Scott Prinzing
For such a successful songwriter, keyboardist and sometimes vocalist, Eric Woolfson was relatively anonymous as essentially one-half of the Alan Parsons Project. 

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Poe: More Tales of Mystery and Imagination
Review by Scott Prinzing
After the Alan Parsons Project called it a day, primary songwriter Eric Woolfson went on to produce several works for musical theater.

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Eye in the Sky might not be the best Alan Parsons Project CD, but it’s a strong album.


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Alan Parsons - Best of the Alan Parsons Project
Review by Gary Hill
With an album like this it’s always an iffy proposition. Greatest Hits packages are objective (best selling songs by the group) but when it comes to Best Of set, there is usually a lot of variation from one person to another with what is called the “best of” an artist.
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Alan Parsons - Project – The Turn Of A Friendly Card
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When this great album was released, I remember very well thinking how it would last, but that was a few years before I started to appreciate APP more and more, eventually falling in love with most of their songs.


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Alan Parsons - Project - Gaudi
Review by G. W. Hill

This album never seemed to catch on like some of the rest of the Alan Parsons Project discs did.


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Alan Parsons - Project - Stereotomy
Review by Gary Hill

This 1985 Alan Parsons Project album might not have all the majesty or even hits of some of their other stuff, but it's an effective album.


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Various Artists - Riding the Rock Machine - British Seventies Classic Rock
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