Christmas Quizzes 2014–2015
Question of the Day : New Year's Day
Like all Procol Harum fans, the BtP team were thrown into bewildered
confusion and turbulence of spirit on discovering that one of the band’s albums, which
(though we've been fans from the very start of the Procol story) we
first had on CD, contains a song – we recently heard it performed in
London – with two conflicting titles: the name of the song given on the
back of the jewel-case artwork is three letters shorter than the name it is given
inside the lyric booklet.
Your letter of the day is the first
letter of the first word in the shorter of these two titles.
Clue: this has nothing to do with Monsieur Armand.
Another clue: sometimes the song-words
pages at 'Beyond the Pale' contain links to visual clues as
well. And here are the recent gigs
the band played
Back to the how-to-play page for the 2014 'Beyond
the Pale' Christmas puzzles
Yesterday's puzzle | Forecast for
tomorrow's puzzle: something strange Gary Brooker said (you might not know about
this in advance, but there are clear and helpful links to explore. The right answer is
obviously right ... no guessing needed)