Mills Record Company

Blu-ray audio pressing. Features stunning new 5. 1 surround sound and stereo mixes of the album, (created from the original multi-track master tapes by Alan Parsons) and the promotional videos of "Don't Answer Me" & "Prime Time". First released in February 1984, Ammonia Avenue was the seventh album by THE Alan Parsons Project, the brainchild of composer, musician and manger Eric Woolfson and celebrated producer and engineer Alan Parsons. The inspiration for the album title came from a visit Woolfson had made to the ICI Chemical plant in Billingham, England after meeting ICI chairman Sir John Harvey-Jones on a flight from New York. Upon visiting the plant, Eric Woolfson noticed a long street called Ammonia Avenue, devoid of people and trees and dominated by miles of pipes. The album sessions featured the contribution of musicians such as Ian Bairnson (guitars), David Paton (bass), Stuart Elliott (drums) with Eric Woolfson playing keyboards and lead vocals on four of the album's nine songs. Colin Blustone, Chris Rainbow and Lenny Zakatek also provided lead vocals on the remaining songs. Ammonia Avenue would become one of the biggest selling albums for The Alan Parsons Project, attaining gold status in many European countries and the USA. The album featured such classic compositions as Dancing On A Highwire, Since The Last Goodbye and the stunning title track. Ammonia Avenue also spawned the hit singles Don't Answer Me (a Top Ten hit throughout Europe and in the USA) and Prime Time.
Blu-ray audio pressing. Features stunning new 5. 1 surround sound and stereo mixes of the album, (created from the original multi-track master tapes by Alan Parsons) and the promotional videos of "Don't Answer Me" & "Prime Time". First released in February 1984, Ammonia Avenue was the seventh album by THE Alan Parsons Project, the brainchild of composer, musician and manger Eric Woolfson and celebrated producer and engineer Alan Parsons. The inspiration for the album title came from a visit Woolfson had made to the ICI Chemical plant in Billingham, England after meeting ICI chairman Sir John Harvey-Jones on a flight from New York. Upon visiting the plant, Eric Woolfson noticed a long street called Ammonia Avenue, devoid of people and trees and dominated by miles of pipes. The album sessions featured the contribution of musicians such as Ian Bairnson (guitars), David Paton (bass), Stuart Elliott (drums) with Eric Woolfson playing keyboards and lead vocals on four of the album's nine songs. Colin Blustone, Chris Rainbow and Lenny Zakatek also provided lead vocals on the remaining songs. Ammonia Avenue would become one of the biggest selling albums for The Alan Parsons Project, attaining gold status in many European countries and the USA. The album featured such classic compositions as Dancing On A Highwire, Since The Last Goodbye and the stunning title track. Ammonia Avenue also spawned the hit singles Don't Answer Me (a Top Ten hit throughout Europe and in the USA) and Prime Time.
5013929480698

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Format: Blu-Ray
Label: ESOT
Rel. Date: 04/03/2020
UPC: 5013929480698

Ammonia Avenue: High Resolution Blu-ray Audio Edition
Artist: Alan Parsons Project
Format: Blu-Ray
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Prime Time(
2. Surround Mix / New Stereo Mix)
3. Let Me Go Home(
4. Surround Mix / New Stereo Mix)
5. One Good Reason(
6. Surround Mix / New Stereo Mix)
7. Since the Last Goodbye(
8. Surround Mix / New Stereo Mix)
9. Don't Answer Me (
10. Surround Mix / New Stereo Mix)
11. Dancing on a Highwire (
12. Surround Mix / New Stereo Mix)
13. You Don't Believe(
14. Surround Mix / New Stereo Mix)
15. Pipeline (
16. Surround Mix / New Stereo Mix)
17. Ammonia Avenue(
18. Surround Mix / New Stereo Mix) 1
19. Don't Answer Me (Promotional Video) 1
20. Prime Time (Promotional Video)

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Blu-ray audio pressing. Features stunning new 5. 1 surround sound and stereo mixes of the album, (created from the original multi-track master tapes by Alan Parsons) and the promotional videos of "Don't Answer Me" & "Prime Time". First released in February 1984, Ammonia Avenue was the seventh album by THE Alan Parsons Project, the brainchild of composer, musician and manger Eric Woolfson and celebrated producer and engineer Alan Parsons. The inspiration for the album title came from a visit Woolfson had made to the ICI Chemical plant in Billingham, England after meeting ICI chairman Sir John Harvey-Jones on a flight from New York. Upon visiting the plant, Eric Woolfson noticed a long street called Ammonia Avenue, devoid of people and trees and dominated by miles of pipes. The album sessions featured the contribution of musicians such as Ian Bairnson (guitars), David Paton (bass), Stuart Elliott (drums) with Eric Woolfson playing keyboards and lead vocals on four of the album's nine songs. Colin Blustone, Chris Rainbow and Lenny Zakatek also provided lead vocals on the remaining songs. Ammonia Avenue would become one of the biggest selling albums for The Alan Parsons Project, attaining gold status in many European countries and the USA. The album featured such classic compositions as Dancing On A Highwire, Since The Last Goodbye and the stunning title track. Ammonia Avenue also spawned the hit singles Don't Answer Me (a Top Ten hit throughout Europe and in the USA) and Prime Time.
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