TRACE - THE WHITE LADIES

TRACE - THE WHITE LADIES

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Label: PSEUDONYM

Release date: 25/11/2014

Barcode: 2090503910768

Catalog no.: CDP0001126

Item ID: 391076

Trace was brainchild Of Rick Van Der Linden, after almost ten years in Ekseption and excisted from 1974-1977. Trace was a symphonic heavy pop group that made three albums full of classically inspired original material. With drummers Pierre van der Linden (Brainbox, Focus) and Ian Mosley (Marillion, Steve Hackett Band, Gordon Giltrap) and bassist Jaap van Eik (Cuby & The Blizzards, Solution, Panda, Vitesse). Three old mates from his early Ekseption-days helped Rick on the final Trace album The White Ladies. Now for the first time properly remastered (24 bit) from the original master tapes and released on CD. In addition the album contains 14 bonus tracks, featuring outtakes, demos and live material. Trace has been expanded to a double CD, featuring over 100 minutes of extra tracks. The CD comes in beautifully designed gatefold sleeves featuring rare photos and exclusive new interviews with Jaap van Eik, Ian Mosley, engineer Jan Schuurman and arranger Job Maarse. The White Ladies features some raw sketches and mixes of album tracks, as well as an overture Fugue on the pipe organ during one of the last ever gigs that the band gave in 1977. The CD comes in beautifully designed gatefold sleeves featuring rare photos and exclusive new interviews with Jaap van Eik, Ian Mosley, engineer Jan Schuurman and arranger Job Maarse. Exclusively restored dynamic 24 bit remastering from the original master tapes. Deluxe digipack gatefold sleeve. 20 page booklet including rare archival photos & memorabilia. Liner Notes by Wouter Bessels (Progwereld)

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