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Mary's Miscellany (27)

Procol images from BtP and other sources, with new commentaries and captions by Mary Roussey


Gary Brooker focused and engrossed; Geoff Whitehorn fiddling around, playing off the crowd, conveying energy to the song

Gary Brooker back in the heyday: vigor ... vitality ... intensity ... exuberance

He conveys the world's most famous and popular language   the language of music and song

In some live situations, Chris Copping played the organ with one hand and a Fender keyboard bass with the other
 

In his ebook Half Hippie, Half Man Dave Ball stated that he feels that Geoff Whitehorn
is the most accomplished guitarist Procol Harum has ever had


In the summer of 1971, Dave Ball was one of 80 musicians who answered an ad
in the British music weekly Melody Maker to replace Robin Trower

Gary Brooker:  "I love to read, but truly, why read books when songs can tell a whole story within four minutes?"  LOL

Gary Brooker's soulful vocals often ride above the tide of the music

Gary Brooker while performing in Hanover, Germany in April of 2004, with Matthew Fisher, Ian Anderson and Peter Frampton


 


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