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A Deluxe Limited Edition Boxed Set Of The Classic Album By The Alan Parsons Project. Three Cds And One Blu-ray Disc (Region Free), Remastered And Remixed From The Original Master Tapes By Alan Parsons. Featuring An Additional 42 Bonus Tracks Drawn From Eric Woolfson's Songwriting Diaries, Studio Session Out-Takes And A Stunning New 5. 1 Surround Sound From The Original Multi-Track Master Tapes By Alan Parsons And Four Promotional Videos. Includes A Lavishly Illustrated Book With New Essay And A Replica Poster. First released in November 1980, 'The Turn Of A Friendly Card' was the fifth album by The Alan Parsons Project, the brainchild of composer, musician and manger Eric Woolfson and celebrated producer and engineer Alan Parsons. Inspired by the period in which both Eric Woolfson and Alan Parsons had resided in Monte Carlo, this legendary album was recorded in Paris. The album sessions featured the contribution of musicians such as Ian Bairnson (guitars), David Paton (bass), Stuart Elliott (drums) with Eric Woolfson playing keyboards and providing lead vocals, along with Elmer Gantry, Chris Rainbow and Lenny Zakatek. 'The Turn Of A Friendly Card' would become one of the biggest selling albums for The Alan Parsons Project, attaining gold status in many European countries and the USA. The album featured such classic compositions as 'Games People Play, 'Time', 'The Gold Bug' and 'The Turn Of A Friendly' suite which dominated the album's second side. This new deluxe edition comprises 3CDs and a Blu-ray disc (Region Free) with an additional 42 tracks drawn from Eric Woolfson's song-writing diaries, studio session out-takes and a stunning new 5. 1 surround sound mix by Alan Parsons and a high resolution remastered original stereo mix, along with the promotional videos of 'Games People Play', 'The Gold Bug' and 'The Turn Of A Friendly Card' plus a promotional television advertisement. This stunning set also features a lavish illustrated book with a new essay with photos, memorabilia and features recollections from Alan Parsons and Sally Woolfson. It also includes a reproduction poster.