Thursday, November 17, 2016
The Alan Parsons Project releases "Stereotomy" 1985
The Alan Parsons Project released their ninth studio album Stereotomy November 1985. It contains some of the longest songs the group has recorded: Light of the World over 6 minutes; Stereotomy (the single) over 7 minutes and (my favorite) Where's the Walrus? over 7 1/2 minutes. All songs were written by Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson.
Where's the Walrus? earned APP a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Instrumental Performance - Orchestra, Group or Soloist in 1987. That award went to the "Top Gun Theme". The album made it to #43 on the Billboard 200 and #32 in Canada.
I had never seen the video for Stereotomy until today. Totally random and freaky! I love it!