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Ian Bairnson - Out There mp3 track

MP3 1386 mb. | FLAC 1599 mb. | WMA 1921 mb.

Performer: Ian Bairnson
Title: Out There
Style: Smooth Jazz, Soft Rock, Easy Listening
Category: Jazz / Rock
Rating: 4.4 ✦
Other format: AAC AA MPC ASF WAV ADX AUD

Tracklist

1 Out There 4:32

Credits

  • Guitar – Ian Bairnson
  • Keyboards – Max Middleton

Ian Bairnson (born 3 August 1953) is a Scottish musician, best known for being one of the core members of The Alan Parsons Project. He is a t, who has played saxophone and keyboards, although he is best known as a guitarist. He is also known for preferring the sound of a sixpence to a plectrum. Bairnson was born in Lerwick, Shetland Isles, Scotland

Stanley Clarke & Ian Bairnson Live Blues Brothers. Alan Parsons Cloudbreak. Alan Parsons Call of the Wild Demo. Out There" features Max Middleton (Jeff Beck, Chris Rea) on keyboards. Enjoy! For public or commercial use, please use the Contact button to send your request. Thanks to Craig Oxley for writing the Tabs. You can also hear these clips on the Discography page.

My new music video, "I Can't Get There From Here" is out now. It is the second single from my upcoming album, "The Secret". Jared Mahone handles the lead vocals and on lead guitar is Ian Bairnson.

Out of the Blue" (Bairnson) Lead Vocal Tony Hadley – 4:54. Call Up" (Bairnson) Lead Vocal Neil Lockwood – 5:13. Ignorance Is Bliss" (Bairnson) Lead Vocal Colin Blunstone – 6:45. Rubber Universe" (Bairnson) Instrumental – 3:52. The Call of the Wild" (Bairnson) Lead Vocal Máire Brennan – 5:22. No Future in the Past" (Elliott) Lead Vocal Neil Lockwood – 4:46. Press Rewind" (Elliott) Lead Vocal Graham Dye – 4:20. The Very Last Time" (Bairnson) Lead Vocal Beverley Craven – 3:42.

Ian is the most regular contributor to the APP having featured on every album, primarily as electric and acoustic guitarist. Ian also played pedal steel guitar, occasional keyboards and programming, as well as singing backing vocals. Ian was lead guitarist and one of the writers of the group PILOT which Alan Parsons produced. He has recorded with Jon Anderson, Kate Bush, George Martin and Mick Fleetwood. He wrote the 1983 hit ‘Can’t Stand the Heat’ for Bucks Fizz. Sang lead vocal on many APP tracks, notably ‘Dancing on a High Wire’ and Somebody Out There’, ‘The Eagle Will Rise’ and most notably, ‘Old & Wise’. Colin contributed to the following APP albums: Pyramid, Eye in the Sky, Ammonia Avenue, and Vulture Culture. Colin was the lead vocalist for ‘The Zombies’.

Out of the Blue" – (Bairnson) Lead Vocal Tony Hadley of Spandau Ballet – 4:54. Call Up" – (Bairnson) Lead Vocal Neil Lockwood – 5:13. Ignorance Is Bliss" – (Bairnson) Lead Vocal Colin Blunstone of The Zombies and The Alan Parsons Project – 6:45. Rubber Universe" – (Bairnson) Instrumental – 3:52. The Call of the Wild" – (Bairnson) Lead Vocal Máire Brennan of Clannad – 5:22. No Future in the Past" – (Elliott) Lead Vocal Neil Lockwood – 4:46. Press Rewind" – (Elliott) Lead Vocal Graham Dye – 4:20

Ian Bairnson (born 3 August 1953) is a Scottish musician, best known for being one of the core members of The Alan Parsons Project. Bairnson was born in Lerwick, Shetland Isles, Scotland. He grew up in Levenwick, in Shetland, before his family moved to Edinburgh, Midlothian, when he was nine years old, following the death of his father