Allan Holdsworth (Aug. 6, 1946 — April 16, 2017) was an English guitarist from Bradford, West Yorkshire, who emerged in the jazz-psych band ‘Igginbottom in the late 1960s. During the 1970s, his profile rose with stints in Nucleus, Tempest, Gong, Soft Machine, UK, and Bruford. As a solo artist, he released the album Velvet Darkness on CTI in 1976, followed by a steady run of titles on Enigma and other labels from 1982-onward.
- Velvet Darkness (1976)
- Re-Touch (1977 • John Stevens, Allan Holdsworth, Jeff Young, Barry Guy & Ron Mathewson)
- Conversation Piece – Part 1 & 2 (1980 • Gordon Beck, Allan Holdsworth, Jeff Clyne & John Stevens)
- The Things You See (1980 • Allan Holdsworth & Gordon Beck)
- i.o.u. (1982)
- Road Games (1983)
- Metal Fatigue (1985)
- Atavachron (1986)
- Sand (1987)
- With a Heart in My Song (1988 • Allan Holdsworth & Gordon Beck)
- Secrets (1989)
- Wardenclyffe Tower (1992)
- Hard Hat Area (1993)
- Heavy Machinery (1996 • Anders Johansson, Jens Johansson and Allan Holdsworth)
- None Too Soon (1996)
- The Sixteen Men of Tain (2000)
- FLATTire: Music for a Non-Existent Movie (2001)
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