9 Songs, 44 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
31 Ratings
31 Ratings
englishtim3584 ,

Mom used to have this album on 8 track!

I remember listening to this album as a kid when mom would play it on her 8 track player. Radio still plays Song on the Radio and Time Passages(two of my all time favorite songs) as much as they did back then! Takes me back to when I was 11 years old!

Bill Appel ,

A Pleasantly Mellow Classic

From way of Scotland, Al Stewart became recognized in the US with the 1976 hit "Year Of The Cat" and continued to build on his success with this 1978 classic, "Time Passages", an uplifting overall light, mellow album with his trademark brainy lyrics, a light smooth vocal delivery and a laid back, clean guitar sound, style and texture. Produced extraordinarily by the great sound guru Alan Parsons, this album delivered two simply said superb gems that were FM radio staples at the time, the title track and "Song On The Radio", in a time where a nice, smooth excursion was needed from the flooding of the late 70's disco craze.

Other standouts contain the more darker, mesmerizing, but very cool personal favorite "Life In Dark Water" as well as the cerebral "A Man For All Seasons", the simply said beauty of "The Palace Of Versailles" and "Timeless Skies" as well as the dreamy acoustic "End Of The Day".

This album is definitely an excursion for your peace of mind!!

Randomkill ,

Alan Parsons/ Al Stewart

This is part of the three lost early Alan Parsons Projects being the three albums he produced for Al Stewart.

Modern Times
Year Of The Cat
Time Passages

There is a very good reason these three albums come up with the Alan Parsons Project albums in the recommended listings. Try them out for yourself.

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