"Forty Reasons" was drummer Chad Wackerman's debut solo project from 1991 and featured luminaries such as Allan Holdsworth on guitar, Jimmy Johnson on bass and Jim Cox on keyboards. Considered by many fans to almost out-Holdsworth a Holdsworth solo release, Allan is at his silkly legato best over these eleven instrumentals, melodically and harmonically driving the quartet into fusion nirvana. "Forty Reasons" was written up in Down Beat, who stated, "This one's a burner from the get go", while Jazziz Magazine enthused, "A recording that offers a formidable showcase for one of the most powerful and expressive young drummers in rock or jazz." A simply powerful fusion summit.
|04:08||You Came Along||Instrumental|
|01:48||Waltzing On Jupiter||Instrumental|
|01:13||House On Fire||Instrumental|
|Chad Wackerman||Drums, Production|
|Jim Cox||Keyboards, Organ, Piano|
|Walter Quintus||Engineering, Production|
|Ulf V. Kanitz||Cover, Artwork|
|Recorded at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, June, 1991.
Mixed at Ztudio Zerkall, Germany.