Alan Parsons' recording career got off to a great start with the Beatles when he served as their assistant engineer on ''Let It Be'' and ''Abbey Road.'' With an illustrious engineering career that included ''The Dark Side of the Moon,'' Parsons went on to become one of the most sought-after producer/engineers of the seventies and eighties, scoring No. 1 hits with multiple artists. In 1976, he formed the Alan Parsons Project, enjoying multiplatinum success with hits such as ''Eye in the Sky,'' ''Time,'' and ''Games People Play.'' Parsons remains an active recording artist and producer to this day.