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Pictures from One-Eye Huizen, Netherlands

(1) Procol visit Frans Steensma's Harum museum 21 November 2007


Procol Harum historian Frans Steensma played host to the band (and Al 'One-Eye' Edelist) during their Netherlands season: this is the first of
five pages devoted to some of the treasures of Frans's astonishing Procol museum, which occupies the top floor of his house near Amsterdam

Frans explains how his collection is built up (all Procol clippings and photos in chronological order)
 

Josh showing a page from the collection (outtakes from the Home period)
 

A May 1967 photo plus one GB (September 1976, taken by Anton Corbijn)


May 1967 photo as seen above




Photo on cover of Procol Box (US promotional item 1971). It shows Procol in a recording studio in Minneapolis,
Minnesota singing Maybe It's Because I'm A Londoner, accompanied by Chris Copping on piano

Geoff's favourite item: Gary, Phil Wainman, Robin and Diz (Paramounts) in a photo session for Fabulous (1965)




Two small Swiss tour posters (1972 and 1974)

 

Procol family tree (made by Stan Pearson and Frans Steensma in 1995) plus 2003 European tour promo photo
 


Procol dates in 2007 | More shots from Frans's Procol museum | More Procol in a fan's museum


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