Gary B. tells the story of the recording of The Worm and the Tree
Mssrs Pegg, Brzezicki, Brooker, Phillips and Whitehorn, the last resplendent in a Palers' Project tee-shirt
Our curfew for the PA was 11 pm. Gary timed his valedictory remarks to perfection
Laura and Mark had a long and friendly conversation. Her
favourite band, until this weekend, had been
Keane; now she is upset that Keane
play Copenhagen on 10 November, same date as the Procol Harum do! She had already bought Keane tickets so that's where she will be,
though she would have loved to take up the conversation with Mark. 'Shame on Chris Cooke for such bad timing' :-)
Gary picks up spare copies of each of the three Palers' Project 2CD albums. Franky, Jens, and Chris Cooke to the right
Ove Lund Jensen and Helle Pedersen did great work keeping the bar running
Ida Holm (spouse of Ove) Helle Pedersen, 'the laughing gnome',
Laura and Paul Holland. Notice the beer-mats laid out on the table. One of
the volunteers – Mogens – instantanously invented a new game: 'Find the Pale Lady' by turning one mat and winning a free drink.
Long after the music stopped, the merchandise stall continued.
Finally the Ciccioriccio twins were propelled
into the main hall to hear Roland utter Voglio dire 'mille grazie' per questo lavoro magnifico. It probably
should have been di questo but we hope the message of gratitude got across!
The real end of the evening: Solvej looks on as Matt
charges a large tumbler with white wine ...
|Read all about the Ledreborg concert and the Palers' Revels here||Procol dates in 2006|