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Procol Harum at Nuremberg

Pictures by Andreas Havlik


Andreas Havlik writes to BtP
The location was a little club, and it was overcrowded with (I guess) 500-700 Procol-fans. The stage was very small, the sound was not that brilliant and the light-show was a little lacking, because the man on the light-mix accidently missed some entries (for example: Matthew started an organ solo, and he was left in the dark ...)

Ok, but Gary was very cheerful though: but unfortunately the crowd often didn't understand him, haha ...

All in all it was a very impressive concert, and after the still-unbelievable Shade of Pale we leave the place very happy.

 Procol Harum on the tiny stage at Nuremberg

Maestro Whitehorn, still playing without his spectacles on.

Matt Pegg with his trusty five-string bass

Very characteristic shot of Gary

Matthew Fisher hard at work Matt Pegg a blur!

Matthew on his C3

Gary with eyes soulfully closed

Matthew acknowledges applause for Weisselklenzenacht

But that's enough, thanks!

It was all over in the blink of bass guitar

And the band are leaving the stage

Goodbye!

 

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