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Eleven-time Grammy nominated legendary music icon and master of progressive rock, Alan Parsons will returns with a new album, "The Secret". Alan's longtime hobby has been performing magic and this brand new album showcases his own passion for the craft, hence the title "The Secret." The album will see a return to the pop rock sound with symphonic and progressive rock interludes which the Alan Parsons Project was known for. Features guest appearances by Jason Mraz, Lou Gramm (Foreigner), and more
1 May 2019
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Fresh Aire 4 is the fourth album in new age musical group Mannheim Steamroller's Fresh Aire series. The album was originally released in 1981. Each of the first four Fresh Aire albums is based on a season; Fresh Aire 4's theme is Winter. The entire album was mixed and recorded digitally and was also one of the first CDs released. "Red Wine," a re-arrangement of the traditional folk song, "Greensleeves", is a sign of the group's successful Christmas albums to come. The track "Embers" is a slower, reflective reworking of the spritely "Saras Band" from the first Fresh Aire. Track listing "G Major Toccata" – 5:06 "Crystal" – 4:21 "Interlude 7" – 3:04 "Four Rows of Jacks" – 3:13 "Red Wine" (traditional) – 4:20 "Dancing Flames" – 6:56 "The Dream" – 3:11 "Embers" – 3:22 All tracks composed by Chip Davis except where noted. Personnel Chip Davis – drums, percussion, recorders, synthesizer Jackson Berkey – Davis harpsichord, Baldwin SD-10 piano, Yamaha electric grand, celeste, pipe organ (109 rank Aeolian-Skinner), Fender Rhodes, synthesizer Eric Hansen – lute, bass guitar Steve Shipps, Hugh Brown, Dorothy Brown, Joe Landes, Merton Shatzkin, James Hammond, Sue Robinson, Mort Alpert, Chris Farber, Lou Newman, Miriam Duffelmeyer, Beth McCollum, Charles W. Cronkhite – strings Bob Jenkins – oboe John Boden – horn
31 Jul 2019
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