℗ 2003 Allan Holdsworth, under exclusive license to Manifesto Records, Inc.
 

Then! (Remastered)

Allan Holdsworth

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1
Zone I (Live)
Allan Holdsworth
4:08
2
Proto-Cosmos (Live)
Allan Holdsworth
5:42
3
White Line (Live)
Allan Holdsworth
9:39
4
Atavachron (Live)
Allan Holdsworth
4:42
5
Zone II (Live)
Allan Holdsworth
5:30
6
Pud Wud (Live)
Allan Holdsworth
8:05
7
House of Mirrors (Live)
Allan Holdsworth
4:26
8
Non-Brewed Condiment (Live)
Allan Holdsworth
5:46
9
Zone III (Live)
Allan Holdsworth
7:40
10
Funnels (Live)
Allan Holdsworth
7:11
Total Playing Time    62:49
"To me Allan Holdsworth is number one."
- Eddie Van Halen

Recorded live in Tokyo in May 1990 but not available until 2003, Then! is a look back at influential jazz fusion guitarist Allan Holdsworth with his band consisting of keyboardist Steve Hunt, bassist Jimmy Johnson and drummer Gary Husband. The concert tracks have been remastered for this reissue, part of a series of 12 Holdsworth solo albums originally released between 1982 and 2003.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Allan Holdsworth Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 10 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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