Brooker, Dunn, Pegg, Phillips, Whitehorn
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I Told on You
Man With a Mission
Can't Say That
Sunday Morning (fabulous vocals and organ)
Fires (Which Burnt Brightly)
Last Chance Motel
A Salty Dog
Image of the Beast
The Only One
A Whiter Shade of Pale
|17||songs altogether:||2||From Procol Harum||1||from Shine on Brightly|
|1||From A Salty Dog||From Home||from Broken Barricades|
|2||From Grand Hotel||From Exotic Birds and Fruit||1||from Procol's Ninth|
|From Something Magic||1||From The Prodigal Stranger||from The Well's on Fire|
|8||From Novum||1||non-album tracks|
|Roland comments: |
Kaleidoscope: amazing energy and unpredictable, exciting drums
Can't Say That: exceptional bass work of course
Rambling On: Montage string work in verses. Guitar brilliant.
AWSoP: very moving to hear So many people sing along at the tops of their voices.
The Only One: spine-chilling vocal and beautiful wind-down
Audience lively and vital from the moment they entered the venue. 750, completely sold out. Fans from South Africa, Mexico, Newfoundland, Germany and Denmark ... and the Netherlands of course. Band responds warmly to welcome from largely standing crowd.
Souvenir Tour Programme and tee-shirts selling well, likewise signed 'Novum' on CD and 2LP and of course the lucky 50th Anniversary Badges. Band in exuberant form. One US visitor, a record producer, says this was as good as any gig he'd seen from any live band.