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Allan Holdsworth: Road Games

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Short but sweet . . . This 24:17 length re-release, never before on CD, 80's era solo effort originally appeared as an EP, (extended play), vinyl release. It is a unique mix of great vocals with a more rocking, bluesy jazzy, quasi-mainstream, song-themed, balladic thrust. This release showcases Holdsworth playing less “out there”. Don’t get me ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Allan Holdsworth: Road Games

Read "Road Games" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Short but sweet . . . This 24:17 length re-release, never before on CD, 80's era solo effort originally appeared as an EP, (extended play), vinyl release. It is a unique mix of great vocals with a more rocking, bluesy jazzy, quasi-mainstream, song-themed, balladic thrust. This release showcases Holdsworth playing less “out there”. Don't get me ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Allan Holdsworth: Sixteen Men of Tain

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Allan Holdsworth's Sixteen Men of Tain is mellow, measured, and melancholy. This is that quiet woodlands walk at dusk or being alone at dawn in the mists of a forgotten moor, type of jazz wonderland. Holdsworth has stayed with his comfortable, even-handed “flow" and gently restrained ways as on None Too Soon and Secrets. His Synthaxe ...