Here's a review of Halcyon Daze to counter that one in VOX. It's from the November 1997 issue of Mojo, page 132. The author isn't specified, but is one of the following: Lewis Williams, Robert Gordon, Jim Irvin or Clive Prior
Procol Harum Halcyon
Daze The Best Of ...
Lovingly compiled by Procol maven Henry Scott Irving [sic], this is a fan's personal take on the band's best dark blue, keyboard-driven creations, concentrating mostly on the early years.
Procol-fanciers might quibble at the lack of anything from Grand Hotel or Broken Barricades, but the selection hangs together well, pointing out their stately grandeur and Gary Brooker's adventurous melodic sense without straying too often into their more whimsical terrain. Consequently it sounds pretty fresh. A great entry point for under six quid..