Richard, Ian; when strap and bass part company. BtP had brought straplocks from England but hadn't found the time to fit them.
Jonas speaks about his Swedish balalaika, as
Roland sits on the drum riser to play the mandolin.
These two instruments must mean that Rich, Jens, Hans and Jeremy are ready to play Beyond the Pale
Roland introduces Frans Steensma, who will make
the speech introducing the launch of the Paramounts DVD
Which of these two men spends more time in the sun?
Gary talks about the Paramounts ... holding down the ribbon so that he can still see the congregation
Cutting In / Blue Ribbons ... Gary's scissors launch the Paramounts Live DVD
Gary Brooker sings Poison Ivy backed by The Palers' Band ... visible are Torjus and Jens Anders Ravnaas, Roland and Jeremy
Drunk Again: Jeff on percussion, 'Shep' and Richard Beck on frets; the vocalists are One-Eye and Jens
Jens, suiting the action to the word in this infrequently-performed Procol stormer
Whaling Stories ... 'Shep', Jens, Hans, One-Eye and Jeremy are joined by Matt Pegg on bass
Gary and Mark join the Palers' Band for the Shalimars at the end of Whaling Stories
Gary, Mark, Josh and Geoff are shown singing
Whaling Stories with the Palers' Band.
But all is eclipsed by the magnificence of Ian Hockley's concert shirt (foreground)
Gary's final remarks at the 11 pm curfew. He particularly congratulates the band on playing The Worm and the Tree
Late that night, Andrč Romkes has restocked his percussion van ...
... which he will drive back to Norway!
|Read all about the Ledreborg concert and the Palers' Revels here||Procol dates in 2006|