Brooker, Dunn, Pegg, Phillips, Whitehorn
The Danish National Concert Orchestra and Choir
conducted by David Firman
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Shine on Brightly
Fires (Which Burnt Brightly)
The Emperor's New Clothes
A Salty Dog
A Whiter Shade of Pale
Into the Flood
|16||songs altogether:||1||From Procol Harum||1||from Shine on Brightly|
|1||From A Salty Dog||2||From Home||2||from Broken Barricades|
|3||From Grand Hotel||1||From Exotic Birds and Fruit||0||from Procol's Ninth|
|1||From Something Magic||0||From The Prodigal Stranger||1||from The Well's on Fire|
|2||non-album tracks||1||Not yet recorded in studios||Note: A Whiter Shade of Pale is logged as a non-album track, since it was not included on the UK issue of the eponymous 1967 album. Into the Flood has been released in a live version, and a studio demo from 1991 was used as a bonus track on a European CD single (which is why it's anthologised on the 'A&B' Repertoire collection): but Procol Harum have never completed a studio version of this excellent song.|
Many new orchestrations. Highly unusual costumes, and costume changes. Lofty peaks at every turn. Tears of joy. Just now the webmasters are coming to the end of the night's celebrations. Gary Brooker looks set to be Last Man Standing again.