Walter Holland - Composer

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Amber Route

Walter's serious musical career began when he was a founding member of the group Amber Route. Joining forces with one of his professors, Dr. Richard Watson, the group was founded in 1973, and performed and recorded until 1982. Amber Route's final performance was at the week long "US Festival" in 1982. The band recorded two albums, called "Snail-Headed Victrolas" and "Ghost Tracks" which have since become cult classics, and have been re-released in China, Japan and Korea.


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Walter Holland at a sound check for a 1974 Amber Route Concert.


Walter Holland, Richard Watson and crew at a sound check for a 1974 Amber Route Concert.


Richard Watson playing a 1974 Amber Route Concert.

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Photo Credits: Richard Holland

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