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Secrets (Allan Holdsworth album)

Secrets
Allan Holdsworth
Released 1989 (1989)[1]
Recorded Front Page Recorders in Costa Mesa, California; Music Grinder Studios in Hollywood; The Brewery in North County, San Diego
Genre Jazz fusion
Length 37:20
Label Intima
Producer Allan Holdsworth
Allan Holdsworth chronology

With a Heart in My Song
(1988)
Secrets
(1989)
Wardenclyffe Tower
(1992)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Secrets is the sixth studio album by guitarist Allan Holdsworth, released in 1989 through Intima Records; a remastered edition was reissued in 2008 through Eidolon Efformation.[2]

Track listing

No. TitleMusic Length
1. "City Nights"  Gary Husband 2:33
2. "Secrets" (lyrics by Rowanne Mark)Allan Holdsworth 4:22
3. "54 Duncan Terrace"  Holdsworth 4:34
4. "Joshua"  Steve Hunt 5:59
5. "Spokes"  Holdsworth 3:32
6. "Maid Marion"  Hunt 7:16
7. "Peril Premonition"  Chad Wackerman 4:45
8. "Endomorph" (lyrics by Mark)Holdsworth 4:19
Total length:
37:20

Personnel

References

External links

  • In Review: Allan Holdsworth "Secrets" at Guitar Nine Records

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