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Wardenclyffe Tower (album)

Wardenclyffe Tower
Allan Holdsworth
Released 1992 (1992)[1]
Recorded Front Page Recorders in Costa Mesa, California; Music Grinder Studios in Hollywood, Los Angeles, California; Track Record Studios in North Hollywood, Los Angeles, California; Mad Hatter Studios in Los Angeles, California; The Brewery in North County, San Diego, California
Genre Jazz fusion
Length 43:12
Label Restless
Producer Allan Holdsworth
Allan Holdsworth chronology

Truth in Shredding
Wardenclyffe Tower
Hard Hat Area

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 1.5/5 stars[1]

Wardenclyffe Tower is the seventh studio album by guitarist Allan Holdsworth, released in 1992 through Restless Records (United States) and in 1993 through Polydor Records (Japan); a remastered edition was reissued in 2007 through Eidolon Efformation,[2] containing three bonus tracks (alternative versions of "Tokyo Dream" from 1983's Road Games and "The-Unmerry-Go-Round" from 1985's Metal Fatigue) which were previously only available on the Japanese release.[3][4] The album's title is a reference to the real life Wardenclyffe Tower or Tesla Tower, designed by inventor Nikola Tesla in 1901. The fifth track, "Zarabeth", is named after a character in the Star Trek episode, "All Our Yesterdays".

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Allan Holdsworth, except where noted. 
No. Title Length
1. "5 to 10"   5:36
2. "Sphere of Innocence"   5:58
3. "Wardenclyffe Tower"   8:44
4. "Dodgy Boat" (Steve Hunt) 5:37
5. "Zarabeth"   6:31
6. "Against the Clock" (lyrics by Naomi Star) 4:58
7. "Questions" (Chad Wackerman) 4:07
8. "Oneiric Moor"   1:41
Total length:



External links

  • In Review: Allan Holdsworth "Wardenclyffe Tower" at Guitar Nine Records

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