Procol Harum

Beyond
the Pale

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Procol Harum at Aston, PA, USA

Setlist 17 July 2014


Brooker, Dunn, Pegg, Phillips, Whitehorn

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Linecheck / tuneup
Kaleidoscope
Shine on Brightly
An Old English Dream
Homburg
Bringing Home the Bacon
Whaling Stories
Nothing But the Truth (new short bit by Josh on synth)
A Salty Dog
Whisky Train (for Johnny Winter; drum solo by Geoff Dunn)
Simple Sister
When a Man Loves a Woman > For No One > No Woman No Cry (not sure about the order) > A Whiter Shade of Pale (guitar solo)*
 

Encores

Grand Hotel
Pandora's Box
Conquistador
 

14 songs altogether: 2 From Procol Harum 1 from Shine on Brightly
1 From A Salty Dog 2 From Home 1 from Broken Barricades
2 From Grand Hotel 1 From Exotic Birds and Fruit 1 from Procol's Ninth
  From Something Magic   From The Prodigal Stranger 1 from The Well's on Fire
2 non-album tracks   Not yet recorded in studios

A beautiful evening and perfect weather. Procol sounding at their best and appearing to continue to enjoy their US tour. No intermission. About 90 minutes. (thanks, Evan)

A nice, high energy, outdoor show, with perfect weather. I got there early and they didn't let me in the parking lot until Carl Palmer finished his sound check. I was able to hear it quite easily from my car. No surprises in the Procol set, but what they played, they played excellently. Great drum solo on Whisky Train and guitar solo on Whaling Stories. Nice piano/synth duet during the Grand Hotel break. I saw a written setlist afterwards and I think they stuck to it. They had written As Strong as Samson or Simple" and they opted for the latter. Carl Palmer seemed a little less sure-handed than he was at NYC. (thanks, Marvin)

 


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