Procol Harum

the Pale

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Procol Harum at Villa Berg, Stuttgart

20 July 2003

  Brooker, Brzezicki, Fisher, Pegg, Whitehorn

Bringing Home the Bacon

Wall Street Blues

A Dream in Ev'ry Home


Homburg (chorus again, because the audience wouldn't stop going wild)

Quite Rightly So

The Blink of an Eye

As Strong As Samson

Weisseklenzelnacht (The Signature)


The VIP Room

A Robe of Silk

Fires (Which Burnt Brightly)

Whisky Train (including drum solo)

Grand Hotel

Shadow Boxed

An Old English Dream

A Salty Dog

Simple Sister


A Whiter Shade of Pale

Repent Walpurgis

Gary concentrates

Impressive drum solo

Rhythm and guitar

Andreas Havlik (who also is the photographer on this page) writes to BtP:
Oh, the first surprise: because we were visiting the concert in Nuremberg at March 26th I truly expected the same songs in the same order. But hey: Procol Harum came up with a very different setlist including Whiskey Train, Simple Sister and my all-time favourite Walpurgis as second encore. Great!!


Villa Berg is a very nice place for concerts, incidentally a studio of a radio-station. It was nearly sold out, even though it was the second event in 2003 at this place. The sound was great and the audience enthusiastic from the first song on. I noticed that Geoff was in a very good mood, he was brilliant. Compared with him unfortunately Gary was not supremely good. He was very taciturn, avoided any eye contact to the audience....and he had some serious problems with his voice. I guess, he didn't feel any well. But as a professionell he came through the concert, which was all in all a great event though.

Hope to see him and the band again on November 24th in Bamberg.....on my birthday! 

Matthew with typical gesture



songs altogether:


From Procol Harum


from Shine on Brightly


From  A Salty Dog


From  Home


from  Broken Barricades


From  Grand Hotel


From Exotic Birds and Fruit


from Procol's Ninth


From Something Magic


From The Prodigal Stranger


from The Well's on Fire


non-album tracks


If you were able to get to this gig, please send us pictures, memorabilia, interviews and so forth!

Have a look at other set-lists

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