Alan Parsons releases Don’t Answer Me video

Alan Parsons
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Alan Parsons has released a video for his track Don’t Answer Me.

It features on the Alan Parsons Symphonic Project album Live In Colombia, which is set for launch on May 27 via earMusic.

The outfit performed with Medellin’s Philharmonic Orchestra at the Parque Pies Descalzos, Colombia, on August 31, 2013. It’ll launch on DVD, Blu-ray, 2CD digipak, vinyl and on digital formats.

The recording is said to combine the talents of Parsons’ “amazing band with the lush sound of a 70-piece symphony orchestra, creating a very special show with unmatched quality.”

The live lineup consists of Alan Parsons, PJ Olsson, Alastair Greene, Guy Erez, Danny Thompson, Tom Brooks, Todd Cooper along with conductor Alejandro Posada.

The Alan Parsons Symphonic Project Live In Colombia tracklist

  1. I Robot
  2. Damned If I Do
  3. Don’t Answer Me
  4. Breakdown
  5. The Raven
  6. Time
  7. I Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You
  8. La Sagrada Familia
  9. The Turn Of A Friendly Card (Part One)
  10. Snake Eyes
  11. The Ace Of Swords
  12. Nothing Left To Lose
  13. The Turn Of A Friendly Card (Part Two)
  14. What Goes Up
  15. Luciferama
  16. Silence And I
  17. Prime Time
  18. Sirius
  19. Eye In The Sky
  20. Old And Wise
  21. Games People Play
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