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TRACE - The White Ladies

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TRACE - The White LadiesThird album of keyboard driven symphonic rock from 1976
Format: CD / Cat No: CDP1126 / Released: 01/12/2014

Track Listing: 1. Legend - part one (3:29) / 2. Interlude - part one (0:20) / 3. Confrontation (2:37) / 4. Interlude - part two (0:48) / 5. Dance Of The White Ladies (1:34) / 6. Doubts (3:28) / 7. Trace - part one (0:16) / 8. Witches' Dance (2:37) / 9. Surrender (2:12) / 10. Interlude - part three (0:36) / 11. Pathetique (2:26) / 12. Legend - part two (2:19) / 13. Interlude - part four (0:10) / 14. The Rescue (3:47) / 15. Trace - part two (0:26) / 16. Back Home (3:18) / 17. Meditation - For Rene (3:58) / 18. Flashback (0:33) / 19. Conclusion (3:34) / Bonus Tracks: 20. Matthaus Passion (2:02) - demo / 21. Interlude – part two (0:44) - demo / 22. Dance Of The White Ladies (1:40) - demo / 23. Doubts (3:50) - demo / 24. Witches’ Dance (2:53) - demo / 25. Pathetique (2:56) – demo / 26. Legend (2:42) – demo / 27. Interlude – part four (0:14) – demo / 28. Back Home (2:17) – demo 1 / 29. Meditation - For Renι (4:16) – demo / 30. Flashback (0:32) – demo / 31. Conclusion (4:45) – demo / 32. Back Home (2:50) – demo 2 / 33. Fugue (2:28) – live

More information: Trace was a symphonic heavy pop group that made three albums full of classically inspired original material. Now for the first time ever, the three Trace albums have been properly remastered from the original master tapes. In addition, each album contains bonus tracks, featuring outtakes, demos and live material.

The third and final album by Trace - THE WHITE LADIES was originally released in 1976. It delivers exciting, often sumptuous, keyboard driven symphonic rock: the mainly instrumental music is loaded with virtuosic keyboard runs, swirling Hammond organ and majestic Mellotron eruptions from wizard Rick van der Linden, supported by a powerful and propulsive rhythm-section.