For the most part, Eve is somewhat overlooked as being one of the Alan Parsons Project's finest work, when in fact it involves some of this group's most intricate songs. The album's concept deals with the female's overpowering effect on man. Each song touches on her ability to dissect the male ego, especially through sexual means, originating with Eve's tempting Adam in the beginning of time. Not only does this idea gain strength as the album progresses, but a musical battle of the sexes begins to arise through each song.


1.Lucifer 2.You Lie Down With Dogs 3.I'd Rather Be A Man 4.You Won't Be There 5.Winding Me Up 6.Damned If I Do 7.Don't Hold Back 8.Secret Garden 9.If I Could Change Your Mind


David Paton - bass, Stuart Elliott - drums and percussion, Ian Bairnson - acoustic and electric guitars, Eric Woolfson, Duncan Mackay - keyboards, Alan Parsons, Eric Woolfson - miscellaneous instrumental contributions, Lesley Duncan, David Paton, Chris Rainbow, Clare Torry, Dave Townsend, Lenny Zakatek - vocals, Chris Rainbow, David Paton - backing vocals, The Orchestra of the Munich Chamber Opera care of Eberhard Schoener, Sandor Farkas - leader, Curtis Briggs - orchestra coordinator

Release date: August 27, 1979