Trespass - In Haze of Time  CD (album) cover




Symphonic Prog

3.67 | 42 ratings

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4 stars Put togheter the symphonic way of Genesis, the jazzier side of ELP and a Focus touch, combine all these ingredients and you'll get Trespass' "In Haze of Time"! Despite the influences, this album is very far away from a copy or a clon. Sound is near to fusion style in some tracks ("Gate 15" and "City Lights"), to baroque in "Orpheus Suite" and a mix of classical music and traditional jazz in "The Mad House Blues", but -beyond etiquettes- sound is truly progressive at all moment. Most of the album is instrumental, showing a musicians group with superb technical skills, and few English vocals. Happy music, so, you can forget melancholic or depressing tunes and enjoy the whole opus! Highlights, IMO, "Orpheus Suite" and the almost seven minutes song that gives the album's name. Highly recommended to all prog fan, and specially to jazz prog lovers.
Marcelo | 4/5 |


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