When you read this post, assuming you will be reading it on Sunday 8th April, you may be wondering why there is no Picture Parade today.
Indeed, there are not going to be Picture Parades until the first Sunday in May.
Actually, to be completely honest, there are going to be no posts at all from tomorrow all the way through to May; the next post being a guest post on Tuesday, 1st May. Nor will I be popping into this place to acknowledge comments and replies! Sorry!
Simply because Jean and I are taking a little vacation. Will explain more when we return.
Jana Stewart will be living here at home caring for all the dogs, cats, horses, ponies, chickens and parakeets! Oh, nearly forgot! And putting out feed for the wild deer!
So this post is to share with you the aptly named The Time Machine album by Alan Parsons
Also, I wanted to specifically share with you three of the tracks from that album!
Can’t imagine you haven’t come across Alan Parsons before but in that unlikely event his website is here.
Plus, I will close with a copy of the opening WikiPedia information on Alan Parsons.
Alan Parsons (born 20 December 1948) is an English audio engineer, songwriter, musician, and record producer. He was involved with the production of several significant albums, including the Beatles‘ Abbey Road and Let It Be, and the art rock band Ambrosia‘s debut album Ambrosia as well as Pink Floyd‘s The Dark Side of the Moon for which Pink Floyd credit him as an important contributor. Parsons’ own group, the Alan Parsons Project, as well as his subsequent solo recordings, have also been successful commercially.
Yes, I know I’m showing my age!!