Gary Brooker – without a doubt, master of his trade.
Reid, Brooker, Copping, Wilson and Grabham – the group that created the most
and lasting fusion between Gothic classicism and hard rock.
May his voice Shine on Brightly for years and years to come.
Close-up of this extraordinarily dapper man who never loses his
charisma – vocally and otherwise!
I wonder if Matt Pegg still shows up to work by boat?
Mick Grabham made his Procol Harum debut in their concert at London Rainbow with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on 22 September 1972
#Mick Grabham’s musical influences were Elvis Presley, The Everly Brothers and Buddy Holly, and James Burton (Rick Nelson’s guitarist)
Matthew Fisher “likes rock music with orchestras, as long as it is essentially rock music and the rock musician is using an orchestra” (and not vice-versa)
Phillips once said that seeing Gary Brooker and Procol Harum in his formative
years was the reason that he wanted to play professionally
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