Artist/ Band: Trespass
Title: Morning Lights
Label: Musea/The 8th note
Year of Release: 2006
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The Review:

Itís been 4 long years since the debut album In Haze of Time by Trespass, and I almost gave up hope in seeing another album. The wait was ended in 2006 with Morning Lights which to me far exceeds the debut. This Israeli trio just upped the anti with their brand of 70ís style symphonic keyboard rock. I was honored to review their debut and gave that a glowing review as well. This only shows how good the musicianship truly is, for a band to out do themselves with each release. Letís hope number 3, isnít another four years away.

There are five songs this time around, centering them is the 21 + minute title track and a 12+ minute track called Ripples. For those new to this band, their namesake, Trespass and now the song Ripples, doesnít reflect what style of music they sound like. In fact, theyíre more to what ELP and The Nice sound more than anything. The other three songs rang from 3+ to 5+ minutes. In whole the album flows so much better than In Haze of Time. Each song is memorable in itís own way with the title track serving as the main attraction.

If you reminisce about days gone by when music was 100% organic sounding, then you owe it to yourself to pick up Morning Lights and journey down those yesteryears when Progressive Rock was young.

Reviewed by Ron Fuchs on February 10th, 2007

Tracks:

1. Song of Winds
2. Morning Lights
3. Ripples
4. Vivaldish
5. Forest Birds' Fantasy

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