Album Remarks & Appraisals:
A Show of Hands, Victor Wooten's solo debut, was originally released in 1996 on Compass Records and stands as one of the most critically acclaimed debut solo albums of all time, recorded with 'two hands, four strings, and no overdubs.'
A Show of Hands 15 is re-mastered with three bonus tracks, including an enhanced version of 'U Can't Hold No Groove' with JD Blair on drums and percussion, 'Flip Flop,' a new song also featuring Blair, and 'Live Solo #2,' an unedited live solo performance recorded at a 2003 Flecktones' concert showcasing Wooten with just a bass and looping pedal.
Audio Mixers: Keith Odle; Kurt Storey.
Audio Remasterer: Richard Dodd.
Liner Note Author: Victor Wooten.
Recording information: The Powerless Station, New York City, NY; Top Of The Hill Studios, Nashville, TN; Vix Mix Studio.
Photographer: Steven Parke.
Arranger: Victor Wooten.
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