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The Alan Parsons Project - Tales Of Mystery And Imagination (1976/1987)

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01. A Dream Within A Dream :04:13
02. The Raven :03:57
03. The Tell - Tale Heart :04:38
04. The Cask Of Amontillado :04:33
05. {The System Of} Doctor Tarr And Professor Fether :04:20
06. Fall Of The House Of Usher {Part 1} - Prelude :07:02
07. Fall Of The House Of Usher {Part 2} - Arrival :02:39
08. Fall Of The House Of Usher {Part 3} - Intermezzo :01:00
09. Fall Of The House Of Usher {Part 4} - Pavane :04:36
10. Fall Of The House Of Usher {Part 5} - Fall :00:51
11. To One In Paradise :04:46

Bass – David Paton, Joe Puerta
Choir – The English Chorale
Cimbalom – John Leach
Conductor – Andrew Powell
Drums – Burleigh Drummond, Stuart Tosh
Guitar – Alan Parsons, David Pack, David Paton, Ian Bairnson
Kantele – John Leach
Keyboards – Alan Parsons, Andrew Powell, Billy Lyall, Christopher North, Eric Woolfson, Francis Monkman
Leader [Orchestral Contractor] – David Katz
Orchestrated By – Andrew Powell
Producer – Alan Parsons
Vocals – Alan Parsons, Arthur Brown, David Paton, Eric Woolfson, Jack Harris, Jane Powell, John Miles,
 Leonard Whiting, Smokey Parsons, Stuart Tosh, Terry Sylvester

 

Tales of Mystery and Imagination is an extremely mesmerizing aural journey through some of Edgar Allan Poe's most renowned works. With the use of synthesizers, drums, guitar, and even a glockenspiel, Parsons' shivering effects make way for an eerie excursion into Poe's well-known classics. On the album's 1987 remix, the instrumental "Dream Within a Dream" has Orson Welles narrating in front of this wispy collaboration of guitars and keyboards (Welles also narrates "Fall of the House of Usher: Prelude"). The EMI vocoder is used throughout "The Raven" with the Westminster City School Boys Choir mixed in to add a distinct flair to its chamber-like sound. Parsons' expertise surrounds this album, from the slyness that prevails in "(The System Of) Doctor Tarr and Professor Feather" to the bodeful thumping of the drums that imitate a heartbeat on "The Tell-Tale Heart." "The Fall of the House of Usher" is a lengthy but dazzling array of musicianship that keeps the album's persona intact, while enabling the listener to submerge into its frightening atmosphere. With vocalists Terry Sylvester, John Miles, and Eric Woolfson stretched across each track, this variety of different singing styles adds color and design to the album's air. Without any underlying theme to be pondered upon, Alan Parsons instead paints a vivid picture of one of the most alluring literary figures in history by musically reciting his most famous works in expert fashion. ---Mike DeGagne, AllMusic Review

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