The dialogue continues: a little more, regarding the Scottish question here (thanks, Andrew)
Added a London Procol Harum gig, with Argent, Supertramp and Hard Meat (thanks, TJ Tjernlund)
Updated this useful page
February 26: Happy Birthday Geoff Dunn (1961)' ... the Government was afraid of riots outside the venue, which, of course, happened when Procol Harum and previously when Chicago played ...'
Added some Mexican detail here (thanks, Guillermo)
Also added some Atlanta detail here (thanks, John)
Added interestingly to the Procol Harum concert page for 2010 (thanks, Chris)
'... one of the great unsung drummers ...' ... '...a virtuoso keyboard workout ...'
Added a couple of tiny reviews – here and here – of a well-liked Procol Harum album (thanks, Bradshaw)
' ... he drank McEwans Export and Glenfiddich and was brilliant company
– I think he was genuinely gobsmacked to be recognised ...'
The dialogue continues: a little more, regarding the Scottish question here (thanks, Gordon)
Added a picture of
Yes performing Yours is No Disgrace in 1971. 'Note Bruford's
shirt,' writes Marvin Chassman. 'Ya think ... maybe ... possibly? Nah ...'
To clarify the above, read Gary Brooker's comments about Procol Harum's accelerating drummer on the early A Whiter Shade of Pale.
Added a third and final page – showing some 'usual suspects' of Procol Harum soundcheck pictures from Hagen, 2009
You might like to re-read a contemporary review of the gig that is stirring all these Caledonian memoirs ... see what it says about TWatT ...
The dialogue continues, now on a page of its own: a little more, regarding the Scottish question here (thanks, Andrew)
Added a clarification to the recently-published 1992 setlist (thanks, Niels-Erik)
Added the setlist from the twelfth show on Procol Harum's 1992 tour, just fourteen days before the fine live album One More Time was recorded (which you can download here) (thanks, Jan)
Further amended this concert-research page (thanks, Nancy)
BtP welcomes this kind of research so do please continue to send us your concert reminiscences and queries: email@example.com
Concluded our little feature about the distribution of Procol Harum surnames
February 7: RIP
Sir Johnny Dankworth,
Added the setlist from the eighteenth show on Procol Harum's 1992 tour, just five days before the fine live album One More Time was recorded (which you can download here) (thanks, Evan)
Just supplied the last-ever Salty Dog full-colour tee-shirt order (thanks, Gail). Tee-shirts still in stock at the BtP Store: ‘Procol Rarum’ Brooker / Reid / Palers' Project / Procol Harum 'crew' / The Well's on Fire
Added a few miscellaneous
taken when Procol Harum played in Norway in July 2009
Added some more, first-hand July information to the Dave Ball tour-sheet, requiring a re-evaluation of some other evidence recently posted there (thanks, Dave)