His piano playing is the crux of the Procol sound
With much more to come
Renowned for his relaxed, dead-pan manner
Mick Jagger apparently told Gary Brooker, at the time that Royer and Harrison were replaced when AWSoP was #1, that “you’ve blown it.”
Gary Brooker and Geoff Whitehorn – integral parts of the brilliant Procol Harum sound
One of my favorite photos of Gary Brooker. I used this as a basis for one of my Gary Brooker drawings
Ball’s first job was as an assistant in the drum shop of a music store called
Yardley’s Music. He was paid one shilling and eight pence an hour.
If one shilling is worth 12.5 cents and 'a pence' is a little more than a penny, he earned approximately $ 0.22 an hour in US currency
Dave Ball always had a fascination with trains
Opera and classical music (usually with singing) was played – and sung – ad-infinitum in the Ball home
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