Celebrated Recording Engineer Alan Parsons will be presenting a fascinating ‘talk event’ in Abbey Road’s famous Studio Two later this month.
The producer and musician who worked with The Beatles and Pink Floyd and founded The Alan Parsons Project in 1975 will share his insight and experience in this exclusive event.
Dubbed Sleeve Notes: From Mono to Infintity, the session promises to be a unique opportunity to savour the atmosphere of the world famous studio and to hear first hand from Alan Parsons of his time working with the iconic artists who passed through Abbey Roads’ doors. The talks will incorporate audio recordings, video footage, photos and vintage studio equipment used to create classic tracks. Specifically the session will include:
- • Insight into Alan’s integral role in the recording ‘Dark Side Of The Moon’, including an audio demonstration of the famous clocks at the start of ‘Time’
- • An in-depth exploration of his work on The Beatles ‘Abbey Road’, including pioneering recording & mixing techniques and studio effects.
- • Recollections of The Beatles’ Saville Row Studio and the infamous rooftop concert
- • Anecdotes on recording with and the Hollies, including a track breakdown of ‘The Air That I Breathe’, plus memories of Elton John’s guest cameo on ‘He Aint Heavy’
- • Production work on classic rock hits like Al Stewarts ‘Year Of The Cat’, ‘Magic’ by Pilot and ‘Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me)’ by Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel and ‘The Air That I Breathe’ by the Hollies.
There will also be an audience Q&A with Alan, which will be co-hosted by music journalist David Hepworth.
There are five sessions starting this Friday 13 November 2015 (full details below) and tickets can be booked here
Alan Parsons presents Sleeve Notes: From Mono to Infinity
Session dates as follows:
Friday 13th November
Saturday 14th November
Sunday 15th November
Saturday 21st November
Sunday 22nd November