Sphere Of Innocence - Allan Holdsworth - Wardenclyffe Tower +3 (CD, Album)

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Label: Belle Antique - BELLE 081397 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Fusion


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  1. Sphere Of Innocence Guitar [Solo] – Allan Holdsworth Keyboards [Solo] – Steve Hunt (4) 3: Wardenclyffe Tower Keyboards [Solo] – Gary Husband SynthAxe [Solo] – Allan Holdsworth: 4: Dodgy Boat Bass [Solo] – Jimmy Johnson (5) Guitar [Solo] – Allan Holdsworth .
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Wardenclyffe Tower on Discogs. Label: Manifesto (2) - MFO • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • 5/5(2).
  3. While Allan Holdsworth's solo recording career took a couple of albums to get off the ground, there is no such thing as a bad Allan Holdsworth album, and Wardenclyffe Tower continues the guitar great's streak of top-flight, progressive jazz/rock/new age fusion releases/5(32).
  4. Wardenclyffe Tower is the sixth studio album by guitarist Allan Holdsworth, released in on Restless Records; a remastered reissue was released in on Eidolon Efformation, containing three bonus tracks (alternative versions of "Tokyo Dream" and "The-Unmerry-Go-Round") which had previously been available on the Japanese edition.
  5. Despite the all-star cast of characters, there are certain peculiarities to Wardenclyffe Tower that prevent it from being numbered among Holdsworth's best work. One very obvious oddity is the strange and ill-advised ending to the opener, "5 to 10," which concludes with a .
  6. Excellent and underrated album from one of the greatest axemen of all time, 'Wardenclyffe Tower' continues Allan Holdsworth's never-ending quest for undefinable music without being too experimental and features superb, muti-rhythmic patterns and layers of atmosphere. '5 to 10', 'Sphere of Innocence' and 'Dodgy Boat' all cook but the winner is 'Questions', an angular and melodic feast for the /5(4).
  7. A few words about the songs: 5 to Beautiful laid-back Holdsworth chord-based intro, and solo-line that sounds like a guitar. A typical Holdsworth solo with guitar sound. Sphere of innocence: Once again a sequence of beautiful chords, that only Holdsworth produces. Wardenclyffe Tower: A slightly heavier beat, and the strongest "melody"/5(17).
  8. Sep 24,  · Light Without Heat: Music Analysis Allan's previous album, Secrets, contained only 4 Holdsworth-penned compositions, but Wardenclyffe Tower has him returning as the main composer (with 6 out of 8 songs - 9 out of 11 if you count the Japanese bonus tracks). Compositionally, Wardenclyffe builds on the poetic-exploratory direction he established in the Secrets pieces "Secrets" .

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