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  1. Goltikasa
    His long and luscious lines sound deeply romantic and personal to me. He lets these qualities flourish in "Sixteen Men of Tain". Allan Holdsworth is one of my favorite musicians, and this amazing album, "Sixteen Men of Tain", is one of my all-time most beloved goemorconamylobalbertcompgilcigu.coinfos: Reply
  2. Sataur
    Apr 06,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises The Drums Were Yellow (Remastered) · Allan Holdsworth Eidolon ℗ Reply
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  4. Kigabar
    With The Sixteen Men of Tain, you're getting plenty of Holdsworth and Novak, with minimal contributions from bass and keys. Although the guitar and drums offer very tight and enjoyable improvisational interplay, the overall lack of variety really drags this album down/5(7). Reply
  5. Gomuro
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Sixteen Men Of Tain on Discogs. Label: CD Media Records - UZ • Format: CD Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Jazz-Rock, Art Rock, Fusion, Prog Rock, Contemporary. Reply
  6. Dair
    Jun 25,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Paper Sleeve CD release of The Sixteen Men Of Tain on Discogs. Label: Belle Antique - BELLE • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered Paper Sleeve • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Fusion5/5(1). Reply
  7. Shasida
    A late blossom from the Jazz-Rock Fusion tree. Dave Carpenter acoustic and electric bass, Chad Wackerman and Gary Novak, drums, Walt Fowler, trumpet on a few tracks, and Allan Holdsworth on electric guitar and Synthaxe. A bit samey over the stretch of the entire CD, however, Allan Holdsworth's improvisations in particular are impressive. Reply
  8. Shaktisida
    The Drums Were Yellow is basically a big solo. All in all, the songs flow together well and balance pure guitar playing with musicality. He lets these qualities flourish in "Sixteen Men of Tain". Allan Holdsworth is one of my favorite musicians, and this amazing album, "Sixteen Men of Tain", is one of my all-time most beloved albums. From /5(42). Reply
  9. Gronris
    Coming on the heels of some rather mediocre efforts, The Sixteen Men of Tain is startlingly superb. Holdsworth has stripped away the distracting banks of keyboards and allowed his soaring, gliding guitar to shine through in a way it hasn't since the s. Even the Synthaxe, Holdsworth's signature guitar synthesizer, sounds organic and immediate, not to mention far less prevalent than on 9/ Reply

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