The Alan Parsons Project


"Freudiana" was originally intended to be the 11th APP album. Along the way it became the soundtrack for Eric's first musical. For more information about this album, read the first two issues of The Avenue newsletter.

This album was originally released by EMI, but not in every country. It is currently available on CD.

And if you hadn't guessed already, this album was inspired by Sigmund Freud.

BulletThe Nirvana Principle instrumental (3:45)

BulletFreudiana vocal: Eric Woolfson (6:21)

BulletI Am A Mirror vocal: Leo Sayer (4:07)

BulletLittle Hans vocal: Graham Dye (3:15)

BulletDora vocal: Eric Woolfson (3:51)

BulletFunny You Should Say That vocal: The Flying Pickets (4:36)

BulletYou're On Your Own vocal: Kiki Dee (3:54)

BulletFar Away From Home vocal: The Flying Pickets (3:12)

BulletLet Yourself Go vocal: Eric Woolfson (5:26)

BulletBeyond The Pleasure Principle instrumental (3:14)

BulletThe Ring vocal: Eric Stewart (4:23)

BulletSects Therapy vocal: Frankie Howerd (3:40)

BulletNo One Can Love You Better Than Me vocal: Kiki Dee, Marti Webb, Gary Howard and Eric Woolfson (5:41)

BulletDon't Let The Moment Pass vocal: Marti Webb (3:41)

BulletUpper Me vocal: Eric Stewart (5:16)

BulletFreudiana instrumental (3:43)

BulletDestiny vocal: Chris Rainbow (0:51)

BulletThere But For The Grace Of God vocal: John Miles (5:56)


Bass: Laurie Cottle

Drums and Percussion: Stuart Elliott

Guitars: Ian Bairnson

Keyboards: Eric Woolfson

Synthesizers and Saxophones: Richard Cottle

Additional Keyboards: Alan Parsons

Vocals: Eric Woolfson, Leo Sayer, Graham Dye, The Flying Pickets, Kiki Dee, Eric Stewart, Frankie Howerd, Marti Webb, Gary Howard, Chris Rainbow, John Miles

Orchestras Arranged and Conducted by Andrew Powell

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