Ain’t gonna spend the rest of my life, quietly fading away

Alan Parsons is an interesting person. He didn’t get started as a musician, but as an audio recording engineer at Abbey Road Studios in London. There he worked on Abbey Road and Let It Be for the Beatles, and Dark Side of the Moon from Pink Floyd. He also became a composer and launched The Alan Parsons Project, which produced a number of albums.

This is “Games People Play” from the 1980 album The Turn of a Friendly Card from the Alan Parsons Project. (It is really the only song I like from the album, though when I owned the vinyl, I did listen to the whole thing.)