Happy New Year!
Here's the eighth piece of the Puzzle (good fortune ... think straight!)
Exotic Birds and Fruit contains a song that refers to Procol Harum's then record company ... was it their only album to contain such a feature?
Which of these three 'focus-group' responses is the
least-unhelpful response to this question? Make a note of
the red number so you can find
the answer again easily at the end.
Look at the Shine on Brightly album, I think it's the first song on the second side: the name of the band's then record company is part of the title of that one. Butterfly Boys is a coded reference to the Chrysalis record label, which they were on after that
Blimey: it's possible that A Dream in Ev'ry Home is really 'A Deram in Ev'ry Home', an anagram, do you see, which was true, if you think back to the time – 1967 or so – when the band's big hit (A Whiter Shade of Pale, on the Deram label) was at the top of the charts in several territories across the globe
You cannot be serious
Resources: search 'Beyond the Pale' by
clicking here and (without deleting 'site:procolharum.com') typing
on Brightly and/or 'Deram' and/or 'Government Boys'
Back to the how-to-play page for the 2015 'Beyond the Pale' Christmas puzzles | Forecast for tomorrow's puzzle: it's going to focus on subtleties of the Procol's Ninth album!