Brooker, Dunn, Pegg, Phillips, Whitehorn
If you were able to get to this gig, please send us all your pictures, memorabilia, interviews and so forth!
Last Train to Niagara (part)
The Dead Man's Dream
The Thin End of the Wedge
One-Eye on the Future (ending)
Robert's Box (ending)
Conquistador (from middle onwards)
|18||songs altogether:||2||From Procol Harum||1||from Shine on Brightly|
|2||From A Salty Dog||2||From Home||1||from Broken Barricades|
|3||From Grand Hotel||0||From Exotic Birds and Fruit||1||from Procol's Ninth|
|0||From Something Magic||0||From The Prodigal Stranger||2||from The Well's on Fire|
|2||non-album tracks||1||Unrecorded song||1||Brooker solo item|
'The concert was magnificent,' says Jens by telephone to
BtP in Bristol, UK. Only problem, and a highly unusual one, was the
zealous venue staff who took a long while to come to terms with the idea
that various dedicated Palers were actually welcome at the soundcheck,
as the band's guests. Thanks to Chris for putting them right!
BtP spoke to the Commander by telephone. 'I hear it's been good?'. 'No, Roland: it's been fantastic!' [Gary sounded elated and mentioned the possibility of 'getting up early tomorrow' to practise one song that the Bristol branch particularly requested (not that he'll get to hear it, unfortunately!). GB could think of only one ('abysmal') performance of the song in question since the tour promoting the album it originally came out on. But in the event he didn't make the soundcheck, so no such surprise was forthcoming.]
Thomas Raa Olsen (who sent the photo below) mentions that Gary was once again playing a RD600, and that the audience was great in the sold-out venue (seated, 1,000 capacity). "During the concert we sat beside the soundboard together with ... any guess? ... Poul Dissing!" (who supported Procol at the Ledreborg concerts).
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