The Alan Parsons Project


This album was originally released by Arista Records in 1987. This album was inspired by the life and works of Antonio Gaudi (1852-1926), a Catalan architect whose grand conception, The Sagrada Familia Cathedral in Barcelona, involves a construction timetable which will run for hundreds of years. He is buried in the cyrpt of his unfinished masterpiece.

BulletLa Sagrada Familia vocal: John Miles (8:44)

BulletToo Late vocal: Lenny Zakatek (4:34)

BulletCloser To Heaven vocal: Eric Woolfson (5:54)

BulletStanding On Higher Ground vocal: Geoff Barradale (5:02)

BulletMoney Talks vocal: John Miles (4:23)

BulletInside Looking Out vocal: Eric Woolfson (6:19)

BulletPaseo De Gracia instrumental (3:43)


Bass: Laurie Cottle

Drums and Percussion: Stuart Elliott

Guitars: Ian Bairnson

Synthesizers and Saxophones: Richard "Trix" Cottle

Pianos and Keyboards: Eric Woolfson

Vocals: John Miles, Lenny Zakatek, Eric Woolfson, Geoff Barradale, Chris Rainbow

Orchestral Arrangements by Andrew Powell

Bob Howes conducted the English Chorale and played the timps

David Cripp led the horns and John Heley played cello

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