Label: Disky - DC 883062 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Prog Rock
Parsons produced Keats, but the songs are slicker than the more musically and lyrically adventurous Alan Parsons Project albums. That's saying something considering the highly polished sonic glaze Parsons gives his own work. Track List. Heaven Knows; Tragedy; Fight To Win; Walking On Ice; How Can You Walk Away; Turn Your Heart Around; Avalanche; Give It UpBrand: Renaissance Records.
· Keats was an Alan Parsons Project offshoot featuring vocalist Colin Blunstone, guitarist Ian Bairnson, bassist David Paton, and drummer Stuart Elliott, as well as Camel keyboardist Pete Bardens, who achieved success later with new age albums. Parsons produced Keats, but the songs are slicker than the more musically and lyrically adventurous Alan Parsons Project albums/10(17).
· Produced by Alan Parsons himself, the personnel were inspired to come together in conjunction with APP vocalist Eric Woolfson, seeing an opportunity to create a band situation outside of the APP environment. Despite the connotation with the famous English poet John Keats, the band was named after Woolfson's favourite restaurant of the same name.
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Keats was a one-off project, comprising mainly of people who also worked on The Alan Parsons Eric Woolfson was not directly involved, he did act as "coordinator", in the sense that he recruited David Paton (bass, keyboards, vocals, backing vocals), Ian Bairnson (guitars, backing vocals), Stuart Elliott (drums) from APP, and Peter Bardens (keyboards) from Camel.
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