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His innovative legato technique in combination with wide stretches and "impossible" chords, makes his style and approach to music unique. He states Django Rheinhardt and Wes Montgomery as his first role models, but the biggest impact on him was actually horn players like John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderley. He stated in an interview that when John Coltrane died, he locked himself into the bathroom and cried for hours.

In the beginning of his career he paid his dues by playing on local dance establishments and clubs, playing whatever what was asked for. His first recording was made in with Igginbottom "Wrench". In he was a member of Sunship, a band that played mostly improvised music, and contained future-member of King Crimson, percussionist Jamie Muir. He was then "discovered" by Jon Hiseman, who had his "progressive"-rock band" Tempest " by that time, and was eventually touring internationally.

He is featured on the cult-recording by Tempest from with the same name, as well as a recording made by BBC by the same time. His fame grew among musicians in the U. K, when beeing a member of avant-garde instrumental music ensemble, Soft Machine. In they released the album "Bundles", which led to an international reputation as a skilled guitar player. Miles Davis heard Allan around and asked him to join his band "The New Lifetime", which was one of the leaders in the jazzrock-movement back then.

Allan states that from the very beginning "Lifetime was just me and Tony". Even Jaco Pastorius was said to be around. Due to different thoughts about the music, Allan was asked to leave the band by John Wetton Allan states that no personal matter was involved, they had just different musical directions , but appeared on Bill Brufords album "One Of A Kind" from He also begun a short-lived collaboration with pianist Gordon Beck , even though they played together later in his career, resulting in two more jazz-oriented albums.

The name I. U is short for "I Owe You", which was a joke among the members - since they all liked beer, and got lousy wages, they might as well ending up beeing paying the club owner instead of getting paid. The first setup of I. U included drummer Gary Husband and bassist Paul Carmichael. His first release as a leader was in with an album just entitled "I.

Records executive Mo Ostin to sign Allan, and he relocated to L. Zappa and Jeff Berlin from the Bruford band joined Alan for the recordings. Noteworthy is that Ted Templeman Van Halens producer was producing the album as well as the forthcoming "Metal Fatigue". The album was grammy nominated the next year. The personnel are very much the same as on Metal Fatigue, but also featured Alan Pasqua keyboard and Tony Williams on one track. A , and "Secrets" featuring drummer Vinnie Colaiutta was recorded on location.

Allan is known to be a real connossieur and knows a lot about the art of brewing. Murphy, who actually was a big fan of Allan, was replaced by Allan for the album "Guaranteed" and Allan was joining Level 42 on a series at Hammersmith Odeon in London. Allan followed up his solo career in with the album "Wardenclyffe Tower" that introduced a collaboration Allan had with luthier Bill DeLap - the Baritone guitar! Allan changed direction in with the album "None to soon", which can be seen as a tribute to his role-models, containing jazz-standards such as "Nuages", Countdown" and even "Norwegian Woods" by the Beatles.

His fellow jazz-piano player Gordon Beck , monster-bass player Gary Willis and Kirk Covington made up the band, and the album was recorded at the Brewery. These was the first official live-recordings from Allan, since he is very self-critical and never have approaved a live recording, even though he had been bootlegged for numerous times. He is known to be suffering of "stage-fright", and is legendary about the criticism about his own playing. But at the same time he admits this to be one of the reasons for developing his style and to continueeing to explore music.

Allan has also worked close to Carvin in order to produce a new signature model, which he also uses himself. Picture can be seen to the right. He has also been voted best guitar player for 5! He is known for huge stretches of his fingers and an outstanding legato technique and his unusual chord voicings. He plays with a singing distorted sound, that have tended to be less with distorsion in the past 20 years.

Gear Allan has used a lot of different gear throughout the years. The HF2 is semi-hollow, the fatboy completely hollow. Effects: 6! He prefers Dunlop 1mm picks. Discography Velvet Darkness not official I.

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Allan Holdsworth had one of the most distinctly original voices of any guitarist. While some aspects of his music and style have been assimilated by admiring musicians, many facets of his playing remain shrouded in mystery. His deep harmonic language, exemplified by his chord voicings and compositions, as well as his unique approach to melodic improvisation, have not been so readily imitated. Such voicings are quite common, not only on guitar, but also on piano and as harmony for horn sections. Before we investigate drop voicings, look at the closed voicing in Ex.

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And if forced to name just one, Steve Vai would dub him "the best guitar player". A laid-back conversational persona, with the unlaziest attitude imaginable to the development of theory, improvisation, rhythm and technique. A jazz guitarist without an f-hole, headstock or blues lick. A lauded musician who humbly shrugged off any suggestions of his proficiency. An enviable technique always in the service of expressive, egoless music.

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His innovative legato technique in combination with wide stretches and "impossible" chords, makes his style and approach to music unique. He states Django Rheinhardt and Wes Montgomery as his first role models, but the biggest impact on him was actually horn players like John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderley. He stated in an interview that when John Coltrane died, he locked himself into the bathroom and cried for hours. In the beginning of his career he paid his dues by playing on local dance establishments and clubs, playing whatever what was asked for. His first recording was made in with Igginbottom "Wrench". In he was a member of Sunship, a band that played mostly improvised music, and contained future-member of King Crimson, percussionist Jamie Muir.

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