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by John Kelman
The loss of Allan Holdsworth in the spring of 2017 remains the passing of one of the most distinctive and innovative guitarists of the past half century. Born in the U.K in 1946, but moving to the U.S.A. in the early '80s, most who are familiar with Holdsworth's work also know how vastly influential he became, ...
Track listing: CD: Tokyo Dream; Road Games; White Line; Panic Station; Letters of Marque; Home; Devil Take the Hindmost; Material Real; Metal Fatigue; Where is One; The Things You See (When You Haven’t Got Your Gun); Was There? DVD: Tokyo Dream; Road Games; White Line; Panic Station; Letters of Marque; Home; Devil Take the Hindmost; Material Real; Metal Fatigue; Where is One; The Things You See (When You Haven’t Got Your Gun); Was There?
Track listing: CD1 (I.O.U.): The Things You See; Where Is One; Checking Out; Letters of Marque; Out From Under; Temporary Fault; Shallow Sea; White Line.
CD2 (Road Games): Three Sheets To The Wind; Road Games; Water On The BrainPart II; Tokyo Dream; Was There?; Material Real.
CD3 (Metal Fatigue): Metal Fatigue; Home; Devil Take The Hindmost; Panic Station; The Un-Merry-Go-Round (In Loving Memory of My Father); In The Mystery.
CD4 (Atavachron): Non-Brewed Condiment; Funnels; The Dominant Plague; Atavachron; Looking Glass; Mr. Berwell; All Our Yesterdays.
CD5 (Sand): Sand; Distance vs. Desire; Pud Wud; Clown; The 4:15 Bradford Executive; 6. Mac Man.
CD6 (Secrets): City Nights; Secrets; 54 Duncan Terrace (Dedicated To Pat Smythe); Joshua; Spokes; Maid Marion; Peril Premonition; Endomorph (Dedicated To My Parents).
CD7 (Wardenclyffe Tower): 5 To 10; Sphere of Innocence; Wardenclyffe Tower; Dodgy Boat; Zarabeth; Against the Clock; Questions; Oneiric Moor; Tokyo Dream (bonus track); The Un-Merry-Go- Round (Part 4) (bonus track); The Un-Merry-Go-Round (Part 5) (bonus track).
CD8 (Hard Hat Area): Prelude; Ruhkukah; Low Levels, High Stakes; Hard Hat Area; Tulio; House of Mirrors; Postlude.
CD9 (None Too Soon): Countdown; Nuages; How Deep Is The Ocean; Isotope; None Too Soon (Part 1); Interlude; None Too Soon (Part II); Norwegian Wood; Very Early; San Marcos; Inner Urge.
CD10: (The Sixteen Men of Tain): San Onofre; 0274; The Sixteen Men Of Tain; Above And Below; The Drums Were Yellow; Texas; Eidolon; Above And Below (Reprise); Material Unreal (bonus track).
CD11 (Flat Tire: Music For A Non-Existent Movie): The Duplicate Man (Intro); The Duplicate Man; Eeny Meeny; Please Hold On; Snow Moon; Curves; So Long; Bo Peep; Don't You Know.
CD12 (Then!): Zone I; Proto-Cosmos; White Line; Atavachron; Zone II; Pud Wud; House of Mirrors; Non-Brewed Condiment; Zone III, Funnels (hidden bonus track).
CD 1: 1. Sixteen Men of Tain; 2. The Drums Were Yellow; 3. Eidolon; 4. How Deep Is the Ocean; 5. Nuages; 6. Ruhkukah; 7. Low Levels, High Stakes; 8. Tullio; 9. Sphere of Innocence; 10. Dodgy Boat; 11. Against the Clock; 12. City Nights; 13. 54 Duncan Terrace; 14. Road Games.
CD 2: 1. Peril Premonition; 2. Distance Vs. Desire; 3. Pud Wud; 4. Non-Brewed Condiment; 5. Funnels; 6. Metal Fatigue; 7. Home; 8. Devil Take the Hindmost; 9. Tokyo Dream; 10. Water on the Brain-Pt. II; 11. Letters of Marque; 12. Temporary Fault; 13. The 4.15 Bradford Executive; 14. Curves.
by Maurizio Comandini
L'etichetta americana Manifesto Records ha curato una importante ristampa quasi integrale del materiale discografico inciso dal chitarrista inglese Allan Holdsworth e ha pubblicato un bel cofanetto di 12 CD che raccoglie il tutto, escludendo solo il disco Velvet Darkness del 1976 per esplicita volontà del chitarrista stesso che non aveva avallato la sua pubblicazione all'epoca, a ...
by John Kelman
In a time when album sales are a challenge being mitigated, at least to some extent, by the release of deluxe editions and box sets, it's still more necessary than ever to grab potential listeners with imagery and words; the title of a box set can have, especially for those less than intimately familiar with the ...
by Sacha O'Grady
For an artist whose recording career spanned less than ten years, Tim Buckley seemed to get a lot done. From 1966's self titled debut, to Look At The Fool, his final album released in 1974, Buckley's oeuvre is as broad as it is varied. Ever the experimental troubadour, no other singer of the time was capable ...