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Trace was a Dutch classical "symphonic" progressive rock band formed by keyboardist Rick van der Linden (from Ekseption), with Pierre van der Linden (from Focus) on drums and Jaap van Eik on bass and guitar. Their debut LP was all instrumental with a mixture of Bach and Grieg classical themes and original compositions. Further albums saw changes of personnel backing Rick van der Linden.
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Rick van der Linden and Trace — The White Ladies Rick van der Linden and Trace — The White Ladies
(Musea FGBG 4189.AR, 1976/1997, CD)
Trace — Birds Trace — Birds
(Musea FGBG 4176.AR, 1975/1996, CD)
Trace — Trace Trace — Trace
(Musea FGBG 4144.AR, 1974/1995, CD)

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