The legend has it that Alan Parsons was so taken by the Beatles album "The Sergents Pepper" that he applied for a job at Abbey Studios and got it and subsequently worked with Paul McCartney for quite a while.
This album is a collection of so-called "cinemascope' music published in 1983 et pressed from a DMM master.
Rediscovering this music recently, and perfectly presented by the Red Ortofon cartrige, it is a delight for all senses as one gets physically involved in the richness of the harmonies and the textures of the vocals.
Often classified as "easy listening" or "background music", I certainly regard this record as a highlight of my musical education and one to be savoured like a good meal or a nice glass of wine, or both...
I am not aware of a reedition on LP, but I am happy to be proven wrong!
Born in France, well travelled, relocated to Sydney in 1997.