Q: Here at BtP we keep playing the longest suite that Procol Harum ever committed to vinyl. Or is it the second-longest? It's not always useful to be too specific, and nobody likes a pedant.
Anyway, for your guidance,
it's not only long, it's also bursting with excellent tunes, and
its title consists of five monosyllables; and at least one of the
following three record albums doesn’t feature it.
A Shine on Brightly
B Live at Edmonton
C Something Magic
A: Your letter of the day is the first letter of the last word of the title of the suite we have in mind. Or, equally, the first letter of the first word. Or of the penultimate word. It's not always useful to be too specific, and nobody likes a pedant.
PS. A pedant writes, 'It's also the last letter
of the final word of the title of the suite you have in mind.'
Oh, yes, so it is, thanks for clarifying.
Trust a pedant to have the final word.
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