Trance Lucid | Palace of Ether

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Rock: Instrumental Rock Jazz: Jazz Fusion Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Palace of Ether

by Trance Lucid

Engaging instrumental art rock and jazz fusion stylings in a panorama of shades, the band's most adventurous recording to date.
Genre: Rock: Instrumental Rock
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1. T M
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2. Spyglass
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3. Illumination
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4. Pocket
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5. The Crossing
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6. Many Rooms
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7. Saints in Stone
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8. Dream of Antiquity
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9. Painted Dancer
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10. Actors in Armor
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11. Before the Idols
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12. Vox of Silence
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13. Horsemen At the Gates
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14. Nightlit Moons
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15. Remembrance
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Trance Lucid has returned to release 'Palace of Ether', an ambitious new collection of music, their first studio recording since 2005. The album ventures into new directions and dimensions, while staying true to the instrumental art rock/jazz core of the band's music. Over 51 minutes in total, the centerpiece of this project is the 32-minute title piece, a sonic powerhouse in ten sections, with a colorful variety of textural constructions.

The album features founding members Dave Halverson (guitar) and Terry Lee (drums), as well as newly added keyboardist Richard Bugbee.

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