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Allan Holdsworth

Posted on: March 8th, 2017 by admin 8 Comments
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The legendary guitarist discusses his newly remastered career retrospective box set.

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8 Responses

  1. Dave Zahn says:

    Thank you for the Holdsworth interview. The link was posted on the Scott Henderson message board. First time to your site. Definitely will be checking out the archives. Cheers!

    • admin says:

      hi Dave

      thanks very much for your kind message and support!

      I’m glad you enjoyed the interview and discovered the show

      Welcome to the Team :)

      Dan

  2. RON SHALITA says:

    Just wanted to thank you for the very professional AH review… this was great.. For some reason I have never heard of him till today on facebook, and now I am addicted! bummer he died today, and I never got to see him live.. not sure but i think he lived here and performed here in LA .. hope you keep your pod’s coming I will join if i can ever figure out how.. lol have a good one .. Ron

  3. David McCain says:

    Hey Dan. Nice job! Saw Allan twice and it totally transformed me into a way better guitar player. Magical guy as well. Thanks so much for this podcast. Nicely done!

    • admin says:

      Completely agree, David. He changed all of us. He tapped into potential on the instrument that none of us could even imagine, let alone execute!

  4. James Allan says:

    Thank you Dan for the interview. Allan was without a doubt my biggest and most profound influence. I also first encountered his playing on Enigmatic Ocean and I was then on a search to find more of his work. Then I heard In the Dead of Night on a local rock station and instantly recognized the playing as Allan but this time it was a true spiritual experience. His lyrical approach in his soloing on that record in general is absolutely mind blowing and still my favorite out of all of his work of which I am very well versed. I will miss this man… met him many times and saw him perform a dozen times or so…

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