Setlist (in brackets, the omitted songs: full set report here)
Shine on Brightly
An Old English Dream
Beyond the Pale
(Nothing But the Truth)
This World Is Rich
As Strong As Samson
(A Salty Dog)
A Whiter Shade of Pale
Gary's conversations with the audience
Gary: I'll take us back to the old days or the mid days, anyway, when life was very grand and we used to live off silver plates and eat steaks. Now we just eat like Frankfurters and stuff like that. We live in a 'bus. It's fun, still, anyway. How are you all feeling? You all look pretty where are all the young people? (Applauses.) Here they are! Take a girl and have a little ride 'round with this one, it's called The Question.
We'd like to play something which has always appealed greatly to Danish people. Yes, Madam, sorry? Gin'n'tonic or what is it? (Laughter.)
Lady in the audience: We are a few people here, and we don't know what "Procol Harum" means?
Gary: Let's have a little chat, then! (Laughter and applause.) Sorry, we haven't hang on we haven't been introduced. "Procol Harum" doesn't mean anything.
Gentleman in the audience: It means a lot to us! (Laughter and applause).
Gary (in mock-Texan accent): You said it, partner!
Gary : Where were we? Anyway, "Procol Harum" means it didn't mean anything to us, it really didn't. Except it was a sound, but we did find out afterwards that it was a name of a little pussy cat. And it was called Procol Harum. He was a Burmese Brown. He shagged himself to death. (Laughter)
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