A particularly odd presentation of the
classic six-man line-up from the early days ... it seems as though BJ is
Matthew's hand, while Gary hides at the back and Keith cowers behind Robin's unusually large headpiece.
Despite the whimsy, no-one's smiling ...
This was never going to be a very successful
way to present six men. Are they sitting on a toboggan?
Keith looks a bit reluctant to be there and again the Trower headgear dominates
A more successful pose, with Brooker/Fisher
closeness, and a Harpo-esque mien
from the band's celebrated wordmonger
Everyone's been told to look up at the camera. Does Robin always wear the watch on his right wrist?
The same outfits again (sans hat). This
appeared in Classic Rock (September 2007), whose cover asked ...
A less-familiar shot from the well-known 'fire-escape' shoot
One of a number of screen-shots sent to BtP by John Overall: they
come from a bootleg compilation of early Procol TV
appearances, familiar to the enthusiast but perhaps not as widely-known as they deserve to be
Another screen-shot from John Overall from a bootleg: this one shows Procol Harum's earliest organ-player, Matthew Fisher
Another screen-shot from John Overall from a bootleg: this one shows Procol Harum's singer and pianist, Gary Brooker
This picture could well have the same caption as the one above
Another screen-shot from John Overall from a bootleg: this one shows Procol Harum in their 'Mediaeval Spaceman' outfits
Another screen-shot from John Overall from a bootleg: this one shows Robin Trower, Gary Brooker, and Dave Knights