Alan Parsons (born December 20, 1949) is a British composer. After working as a audio engineer (notably on Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon), he founded the Alan Parsons Project band in the mid-1970s.
See Alan Parsons Project for a list of his early albums. Later titles released under his name are:
1993 Try Anything Once,
1996 On Air - includes CD-ROM containing some history of aviation,
1999 The Time Machine.