Todd Cooper is a dynamic musician, song writer and artist. He has worked with the best in the industry over his career and continues to entertain awaiting fans across the globe.
His original and unique style of writing has recently landed him three cuts on the newly released Alan Parsons album
Written by Todd Cooper, Alan Parsons and Tom Brooks- The One Note Symphony began as the “One Note Melody”. One Note Symphony is an uplifting song, encouraging people to think bigger and realize that we are all connected by oceans of sound and ancient beats (the rhythms of the earth) creating waves of unity.
Written by Todd Cooper, Doug Powell, Tom Brooks and Alan Parsons. The title comes from the name of the magic show staged by Jean-Eugene Robert Houdin, the father of modern magic, in the mid 1800s.
Written by Todd Cooper, Doug Powell, Boh Cooper, Alan Parsons- Requiem is a song written out of the pain of pure heartbreak.
The Schuman Resonances are a set of spectrum peaks in the extremely low frequency (ELF) portion of the Earths electromagnetic field. These ultra low frequencies are below our hearing but if amplified are heard as rythmic clicking which is audible at the intro and bridge of the piece. 7.83 hz is in the Theta zone of brainwave activity associated with deep relaxation, meditation and mental imagery. Nikola Tesla tapped into this power
The lyric describes a broken, disillusioned person who,in an instant, recovers a sense of meaning and purpose. The lyrics are peppered with allusions to magic, creating a text with multiple meanings.
The polyphonic chorus is sung by Todd Cooper and Alan Parsons. The two melodies entwine to give the identical words multiple dimensions, signifying layers of meaning, while the choir behind them adds an additional texture normally reserved for orchestra on Parsons albums.
The song is about when magic dies in a love relationship but also that the magic of a belief system was dying in the writers eyes. The idea was birthed in 1994 and was recorded on a custom record titled “Tod Cooper” but was never released. Skip ahead 24 years, when Alan Parsons heard the song while in the process of recording “The Secret” and cut the basic track that day. Alan worked his magic and turned the song into a classic audiophiles dream song.