Alan Parsons Has More Lessons To Teach
The Footpath Cowboy | Kingston, NY United States | 04/26/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"On PYRAMID, Alan Parsons and Eric Woolfson prove that they haven't run out of important lessons to teach. Far from it. The song "Can't Take It With You" has a message that our souls are our most important asset, and that even a rich person living in a wealthy neighborhood (e.g. Seattle's Denny Blaine or Magnolia; Portland Oregon's Sylvan-Highlands, SWHRL, Hillside, or Healy Heights neighborhoods, as well as the suburban Dunthorpe, Riverwood, and Riverfront areas; Bethesda, Chevy Chase, or Potomac, Maryland; or Cape Elizabeth, Maine) can be poor if he/she has no inner peace. Overall, this album seems to be about superstition, which I'm no stranger to, as I try to make sure that I pick out good CDs by wearing the same clothes each time I go music shopping. This is the Alan Parsons Project's most underrated album ever, and deserves to be rediscovered."