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Beyond
the Pale

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Procol Harum in the most densely-populated country on earth

Monaco setlist Tuesday 15 March 2005


Brooker, Brzezicki, Pegg, Phillips, Whitehorn

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Shine on Brightly
The Idol
Pandora's Box
The Wall Street Blues (introduced and sung as the Monte Carlo Blues)
Homburg
Luskus Delph
The VIP Room
An Old English Dream
Conquistador

Interval

Shadow Boxed
The Blink of an Eye (for the Tsunami victims; those who are left have gotta learn how to cope)
Simple Sister
Grand Hotel
Alpha
Something Following Me (extended extra intrumental passage for piano)
Beyond the Pale (dedicated to Norwegians living in the cold and the dark)
A Salty Dog

Encore

A Whiter Shade of Pale (two verses, traditional ending)
Repent  Walpurgis (truly amazingly played)

Soundcheck notes from One-Eye and Stefano

Prior to Gary and Geoff arriving, Josh, Mark, and Matt played a small
jam from The Vampire Suite written by Josh with Mark from the recently
released Crazy World of Arthur Brown album now available.

Mark tests drums and cymbals

Gary plays a few bars of Wreck of the Hesperus

Geoff sings and the band joins in on a country version of the first
verse of AWSoP; Geoff leading a little jam while Gary setting the RD-600

Repent Walpurgis

Now a real treat, a Brooker/Reid song Dancing Underneath The Moon.

Gary quickly plays a few chords of Without A Doubt

A small portion of The IdolA Rum Tale

A verse of Wall Street Blues introduced and sung as The Monte Carlo
Blues


Another new treat, Sister Mary, a Brooker / Reid tune worked up for TWoF
but not included

Ending portion of The Idol; testing mics with harmonies from VIP Room and Barbara Ann(e); ending of Fleetwood Mac's The Chain, used as a tribute to Formula I Racing

Grand Finale; portions of Also Sprach Zarathusthra; a bit of La Marseillaise

A Mozart minuet, so-to-speak, which turns out to be the title tune for
Fawlty Towers

 

19

songs altogether:

3

From Procol Harum

1

from Shine on Brightly

1

From  A Salty Dog

0

From  Home

2

from  Broken Barricades

1

From  Grand Hotel

2

From Exotic Birds and Fruit

1

from Procol's Ninth

0

From Something Magic

0

From The Prodigal Stranger

5

from The Well's on Fire

2

non-album tracks

1

Never officially-released

thanks, Allen!


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