September 30: Procol Harum play Chiari in a month's time, Paris in five weeks' time and Herning in six weeks' time
Added two great new Procol Harum tee-shirts to the BtP online shop: this elegant new design features a quotation from A Whiter Shade of Pale, and reproduces the graphic (by Dickinson) that adorned the original 1967 sheet-music. (Many thanks to Keith Reid for authorising the use of words and picture)
Ordering from the online shop at this website is easy ... using either PayPal or credit-card ... and despatch is immediate. There are many recordings, garments and other Procol-themed goodies to choose from!
September 29: Procol Harum play Forli in a month's time and Copenhagen a fortnight after thatAdded the second part of a photographic record of the Palers' Revels at Lejre through the eyes of our Danish hosts (thanks, Henrik)
September 28: Procol Harum play Randers in six weeks' time and Rome in a month's time
Added a good page of Procol Harum stage photographs from the last time the band played Helsinki (thanks, Pekka)
September 27: Procol Harum play Helsinki in five weeks' time and Sonderborg in six weeks' timeAdded the first part of a Londoner's picture-album from the Palers' Revels at Lejre (thanks, Peter)
Added venue details, photos and an architectural note here (thanks, Timo)
September 26: Procol Harum play Zurich in five weeks' time
Added a 2006 biography of Procol Harum – which fizzles out in 1977! (thanks, Umberto)
Reminder: Gary Brooker, Robin Trower, Chris Copping and Mick Brownlee play a fantastic gig together on live DVD recorded in 2005 at Southend: read about it here, and click here to order it.
If you have this great DVD, you can review it online to assist other purchasers: read one review here, and add your own! (thanks, Pat)
September 25:Added a first page of pictures of Paler rehearsals from our correspondent in South Carolina (thanks, 'Shep')
September 24: RIP Sir Malcolm Arnold
Added venue and booking information for two forthcoming Italian Procol gigs here and here (thanks, Umberto)
September 23: Procol Harum play Chiari in five weeks' time, Paris in six weeks' time and Herning in seven weeks' time
Added a first page showing Procol Harum on stage at Domus Felix, Lejre, during BtP's Palers' Revels (thanks, 'Shep')
September 22: Procol Harum play Forli in five weeks' time and Copenhagen a fortnight after that
Added the first part of a Bristolian's picture-album from the Palers' Revels at Lejre (thank you, Linda)
We understand that Procol's Sønderborg show is not in Alison as previously announced but will be held in Sønderborg Hus. Tickets at billetnet.dk (thanks Mogens, thanks Peter)
September 21: Procol Harum play Randers in seven weeks' time
Added a page looking back to the most recent Gary Brooker and Friends concert, earlier this year (thanks, One-Eye)
September 20:Added part two of a US traveller's camera-diary of August's trip to hear Procol Harum in Denmark (thanks, Marvin)
' ...one of the great unsolved mysteries of rock'n'roll ...'
Added an article that almost-names the man who owned the original, feline Procul Harum (thanks, John)
Added the full details about Procol Harum's upcoming gig in the Italian capital (thanks, Chris)
Added a good page of photographs showing Procol Harum on stage at Ledreborg Castle on 19 August (thanks, Anders)
Added the first part of a photographic record of the Palers' Revels at Lejre through the eyes of our Danish hosts (thanks, Henrik)
Added a couple of Gothenburg tickets here and here : both 29 October, but different years (thanks, Anders)
September 15:Added the start of an American traveller's photo-diary of August's trip to hear Procol Harum in Denmark (thanks, Marvin)
September 14: Procol Harum play Randers in eight weeks' time
Added some 1971 Scandinavian dates to our tour-list, and a ticket-scan to this setlist (thanks, Anders). See here also, of course.
|Were you at the Palers' Revels in August? BtP has a video project in mind, so if you have any moving pictures of the audience, Procol, or the Palers' Band, please let us know by clicking here: we'd like to make some arrangements to see your footage. The quality is not important, so clips from digital cameras will also be of interest. Thanks!|
'If God can't dig the spirituality of Procol Harum, that's His loss ...'
Added another reference ... not without errors ... to AWSoP in a novel (thanks, Jeremy)
Added some informal snaps from Domus Felix in August (thanks, Larry)
September 12:Farewell from Lejre: added a page of pictures of Palers and Procolers at Domus Felix from Sunday 20 August (thanks, Solvej)
Five years on, added a link to Paler Ronnie D'Addario's Blink of an Eye video (thanks, Ronnie)
Added the second in a series of good photographs taken at Domus Felix during the Palers' Band rehearsals (thanks, Paul)
Added the first in a series of good photographs taken at Domus Felix during the Palers' Band rehearsals (thanks, Paul)
September 8:"Hmm, I think I’ll call you ‘Shep’ ..."
Added a fascinating and profusely illustrated tale of guitar-sharing and osmosis between Procol Harum and the Palers' Band in Denmark (thanks, 'Shep')
September 7: Procol Harum play Randers in nine weeks' time
Paling in Lejre: added a page of pictures of Palers at Ledreborg and at Domus Felix from Saturday 19 August (thanks, Solvej)
Overhauled this ever-growing page, with an infusion of absorbing new detail into most of its sections.
Injured in action! Here's why there are now two One-Eyes (thanks, Jen)
The Procol Harum dress rehearsal at Ledreborg: added pictures from this exclusive performance (thanks, Solvej)
Added some more excellent pictures from the Palers' Revels in Domus Felix, Lejre (thanks, Peter)
Added a last page of photos documenting an American fan's excursion to hear Procol Harum play at Lulworth Castle (thanks, One-Eye)
Added a page of photographs from Robin Trower's recent excursion to San Diego (thanks, One-Eye)
Added more Procol Harum concerts here: further details of venues and booking as we get them (thanks, Chris)
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