Allan Holdsworth - Alfred's Artist Series: Allan Holdsworth FLAC album
Genre: Jazz / Rock
Title: Alfred's Artist Series: Allan Holdsworth
Style: Fusion, Jazz-Rock
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is the second studio album by guitarist Allan Holdsworth, released in 1982 through Luna Crack Records/I. A previous album, Velvet Darkness, was released in 1976 without Holdsworth's consent, therefore making this (in his view) his first official solo release. Many tracks from Velvet Darkness were remade and retitled for .
Allan Holdsworth (6 August 1946 – 15 April 2017) was a British guitarist and composer. He released twelve studio albums as a solo artist and played a variety of musical styles in a career spanning more than four decades, but is best known for his work in jazz fusion
Allan Holdsworth: Live in Japan 1984 by John Kelman, published on February 9, 2019. 18 December 2018 ·. Check out what made the Billboard Jazz Charts this week - Allan Holdsworth Live in Japan 1984 entering at no. 11! Go out and get your copy of this masterful performance if you haven't already! billboard. Jazz Music: Top Jazz Albums & Songs Chart. This week's top-selling jazz albums, ranked by sales data as compiled by Nielsen Music.
Biography by Greg Prato. Fleet-fingered British guitarist with a liquid sound, respected by aficionados as one of the greatest axemen in the electric jazz-rock fusion genre. The Sixteen Men of Tain. Frank Gambale, Allan .
Metal Fatigue is the third studio album by guitarist Allan Holdsworth, released in 1985 through Enigma Records (United States) and JMS–Cream Records (Europe). Absolutely essential for those who like their rock with a healthy dose of jazz"
For almost 50 years Allan Holdsworth has been at the cutting edge of guitar craft, boldly going where no player has gone before with a jaw-dropping fluidity of style that continues to influence generations of players. He has been referred to as the John Coltrane of guitar, a man who ironically Holdsworth cites as an influence
Allan Holdsworth: Guitar Steve Hunt: Keyboards Skulli Sverissen: Bass Chad Wackerman: Drums. Allan gives some fairly brief explanations about his use of scales and stands next to some diagrams professor style, talking about how useful they are. The reason to watch this video is for the large amount of footage of Allan while he is playing. Most of which with his band. If you're a fan of his music, then this DVD will go a long way in decoding his chops. The problem is, is that Holdsworth's chops are so far beyond most guitarists, his approach to music is so "outside the box".
Allan HOLDSWORTH is one of the most revered, often imitated and enigmatic electric guitarists in modern rock/jazz history. In addition he is an avid fan of the guitar synthesiser. On rare occasions you will also find him on record playing violin and acoustic guitar (both 12 and 6 string) - the challenge is to find him singing lead! He is also a keen cyclist and brewer.
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- Bass – Skuli Sverrisson*
- Drums – Chad Wackerman
- Guitar – Allan Holdsworth
- Keyboards – Steve Hunt
NotesIn-studio concert, complemented by interviews and instructional material.
Includes Japanese subtitles, printable PDF files of music examples from the video, previews of other DVDs. Also includes complete video as MP4-video for playback on mobile devices
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 38081 30887 6
- Other (ISBN-10): 0-7390-4854-6
- Other (ISBN-13): 978-07390-4854-2