Ninth piece of the Puzzle (best of luck ... think straight ... use the specified resources ...)
Which of these tiny sonic ingredients of Procol's Ninth can be detected with ordinary hi-fi listening equipment?
Which of these three statements comes nearest to the truth? Make a note of
the red number
so you can find the answer again easily at the end.
Faintly audible, the persistent incisive croaking of David Sanborn's alto sax at 4.42 on Taking the Time
Often overlooked, the still small voice (sounding like lyricist Keith Reid) which says 'hi' from inside the mix at 2.29 in The Piper's Tune
The masterful restraint of Alan Cartwright's plectrum, hovering expectantly over the strings of his bass in the first nine seconds of the excellent Fools Gold
Resources: search 'Beyond the Pale' by
clicking here and (without deleting 'site:procolharum.com') typing
and/or 'hi' and/or 'Taking Notes and Stealing Quotes' and/or 'still small voice'
... or better, listening with careful enjoyment (and a stopwatch) to the album
Back to the how-to-play page for the 2015 'Beyond the Pale' Christmas puzzles | Forecast for tomorrow's puzzle: it's going to involve stage airings of pieces from the Something Magic album!