Allan Holdsworth — Wardenclyffe Tower (1992)

Allan Holdsworth - Wardenclyffe Tower (1992)

Artist: Allan Holdsworth
Title Of Album: Wardenclyffe Tower
Year Of Release: 1992
Label: Polydor
Genre: Jazz Rock,Jazz Fusion
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 53:25
Total Size: 470 MB (+3%)

Allan Holdsworth - Wardenclyffe Tower (1992)

Artist: Allan Holdsworth
Title Of Album: Wardenclyffe Tower
Year Of Release: 1992
Label: Polydor
Genre: Jazz Rock,Jazz Fusion
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 53:25
Total Size: 470 MB (+3%)

Tracklist

01 — 5 to 10
02 — Sphere of Innocence
03 — Wardenclyffe Tower
04 — Dodgy Boat
05 — Zarabeth
06 — Against the Clock
07 — Questions
08 — Oneiric Moor
09 — Tokyo Dream
10 — The Unmerry Go Round Part 4
11 — The Unmerry Go Round Part 5

Allan Holdsworth - Wardenclyffe Tower (1992)

personnel :

Vinnie Colaiuta — drums
Allan Holdsworth — guitar, synthaxe
Steve Hunt — keyboards
Gary Husband — drums, keyboards
Jimmy Johnson — bass
Naomi Star — vocals
Chad Wackerman — drums, keyboards

Wardenclyffe Tower is the sixth studio album by guitarist Allan
Holdsworth, released in 1992 on Restless Records; a remastered
reissue was released in 2007 on Eidolon Efformation, containing
three bonus tracks (alternative versions of «Tokyo Dream» and
«The-Unmerry-Go-Round») which had previously been available on the
1992 Japanese edition.
The title of the album is a reference to the Wardenclyffe Tower or
Tesla Tower, designed by inventor Nikola Tesla. The album’s fifth
track, «Zarabeth», is named after a character in the Star Trek
episode, «All Our Yesterdays».

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