Relying on no gimmicks and letting the music speak for itself, Procol Harum has bucked the trend for five decades by creating some of the most thought-provoking music ever recorded. Following the success of the critically acclaimed 2003 release The Well's On Fire, Procol Harum embarked on a US and European tour. Live at Union Chapel catches Procol Harum playing some of their best songs of their nearly 40-year career, including their classic Whiter Shade of Pale. Whiter Shade would go on to sell 6 million copies worldwide, and (along with Bohemian Rhapsody) would be voted best pop song in the UK between 1952 and 1977.
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