The Alan Parsons Project - Eye In The Sky

 (Numbered Limited Edition)


Mobile Fidelity



Product No.:
CMOB 2221 SA
UPC: 821797222167
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Also available on:
180 Gram Vinyl Record
Blu-ray Audio
35th Anniversary Edition

45 RPM Vinyl Record
Numbered Limited Edition

Preowned Vinyl Record
2012 European pressing Canada Collection

Mastered from the original master tapes

Hybrid Stereo SACD presents hallmark smoothness, lushness, balance, and detail in alluring sound!

The opening track to the Alan Parsons Project's Eye in the Sky remains the most recognized instrumental in sports — fanfare inseparably tied with introducing NBA legend Michael Jordan and his six-time world-champion Chicago Bulls mates before games, and still used by many teams as an energy-raising prelude. Indeed, the subdued grandiosity, cosmic bluster, and lights-out wonder of "Sirius" also sets the table for the band's smash 1982 album, whose hallmark smoothness, lushness, and balance reach epic heights on Mobile Fidelity's collectible reissue.

1. Sirius
2. Eye in the Sky
3. Children of the Moon
4. Gemini
5. Silence and I
6. You're Gonna Get Your Fingers Burned
7. Psychobabble
8. Mammagamma
9. Step by Step
10. Old and Wise

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 2 person(s) rated this product.

Extraordinary Sound

posted on 01/14/2022
5 Stars
Reviewer: Brian VanPelt
I bought this album only knowing the song "Eye in the Sky". I had heard the album "I Robot" and was very impressed with the sound and, for the most part, the music. I can say exactly the same thing here.

I must have heard the intro tune hundreds of time, but never knew that Alan Parsons did it. With that said, other than "Eye in the Sky", I was not familiar with any of the other songs on the album. Some were quite engaging, and those that I found engaging I think would be liked by some fans of Jazz. The songs I liked had long musical interludes and less singing. However, as regards the singing, the recorded vocals are astonishingly natural sounding, and very smooth - not "in the room" - but very much like a warm-sounding record, except that the details are all there.

Everything else is well-recorded, and the soundstage is 3D, and it can be very wide, deep and tall.

Overall, the sound seems just about perfect.

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