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Procol Harum at Minehead, UK: 'Giants of Rock'

Pictures (2) by Linda + Roland from BtP 30 January 2016


A Whiter Shade of Pale in particular attracts the photographers

Ditto

Out front, Geoff Curtis keeps the sound sweet

The Procol merch came all the way from Bristol ... 65 miles ... closest to home that Procol have played for many years.
The vaping veto seems a tad perverse in a venue awash with stage mist the entire evening

There isn't a mine, needless to say. The name of the town was originally mynedd,
Welsh for mountain. The hill there is visible from Wales, across the water

Next morning, the esplanade at Minehead ... Butlins in the background

A nautical weathervane for those who like such things

Nice to hear Big Country the following day. Very nice to spend a little time with
Mark and Matt, the band's drummer and bassist. They may look familiar

Mark had been playing the very drum-kit he used albeit in a
somewhat different mode on
The Prodigal Stranger
 


Procol dates in 2016 | Setlist | More pictures from the same occasion, same cameras

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