This page directs you to other sites we've found on our travels. Only "Official" band and corporate sites are on this list.
It all started with The Alan Parsons Project and now the record company has started a special site to promote the re-release of the original catalogue: The Alan Parsons Project.
Alan Parsons has his own official site to promote tours and new releases: AlanParsonsMusic.com.
Is there any Parsons fan who doesn't want to know about Eric Woolfson and his musicals? Check out his latest work: Poe: More Tales of Mystery and Imagination.
Ian Bairnson fans will want to check his official page.
Stuart Elliott fans can find this grat drummer at his official page.
Al Stewart always has a story to tell, find out the latest here.
Peter Whitehas been up to a lot since leaving Al Stewart, catch up here.
He may not be part of the live show anymore, but if you want to catch up with Chris Thompson then this is the place.
Colin Blunstone still sounds as great as ever.
Eric Stewart has done lots more than 10cc and the "Freudiana" album.
Fans of Chris Rainbow will want to check out what's he been doing lately, including his production work on Donnie Munro's solo album (ex-vocalist of Runrig).
Progressive rock fans shave have already tuned into Iconic Phare. Their album "Turning The Tide" was Executive Produced by Alan Parsons.
Arista Records has a site that seems to forget Alan Parsons.
RCA Victor doesn't mention the "Live" album, but has something on David Pack's "West Side Story".
Horipro / Pony Canyon
We know that some fans out there are looking for places to buy records and CDs to help complete their collections. This section may help you find some places to get those things. Good luck with your search!
CD Now is another fine place for Alan Parsons discs.
If you're looking for old vinyl, try Vinyl Vendors.
Alan started his career at Abbey Road.
Check out Billboard for great chart information.
BMI handles royalties in Britain.
ASCAP handles royalties in the USA.
Digital Theatre Systems (DTS) is a great place to go if you're building a movie theatre in your backyard, and also the place to hear about the new surround sound technology.
The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences doesn't just give out Grammies, they also have a Web site!
Ticketmaster has outlets in the USand in Canada.
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