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Truth Decay

by Adam Holzman

Ectoplasm 06:17
Bella Capri 05:53
Phobia 04:13
Are You High 06:29
Truth Decay 05:42
You Knew 04:27


Truth Decay covers a broad range of styles, with Adam’s keyboard wizardry leading the charge.

A must-have for progressive rock and jazz-rock fans. In addition to blazing and groundbreaking instrumental tracks, the album also features two vocal tunes, a departure for Adam.

They include the title track, co-written with Nick Beggs (who also did the vocals); and a cover of ‘A House Is Not A Motel,’ from the classic album Forever Changes by the 60’s group Love (featuring vocals by Randy McStine).


released March 30, 2018

Produced by Adam Holzman
Executive Producer: Kirk Palmer
Recorded and mixed by Anthony Ruotolo at Spin Studios, New York, Nov/Dec 2017
Assistant engineer: Yosimar Gomez
“I Told You So” recorded by Vincenzo Patella at La Semicroma Studios, Italy
“I Told You So” and “Picking Through The Wreckage” mixed by Adam
Additional recording at Adam’s Secret Laboratory, Bronx, New York and various locations in England and beyond
Cover artwork, photos and design: Hajo Meuller
Mastered by Andy VanDette at Evolve Mastering

All songs by Adam Holzman except “A House Is Not A Motel” by Arthur Lee and “Truth Decay” by Adam Holzman and Nick Beggs


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Adam Holzman New York, New York

Born on February 15, 1958 in New York City, Adam is the son of Elektra Records founder, Jac Holzman. Adam grew up in California and started classical piano lessons at age 12, but his main influences were “The Doors”, Leon Russell and Dr. John. He started getting into progressive rock and jazz-rock during the late 70s, which in turn led to a growing interest in jazz. ... more

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