A Night Out in Oldham: Of Course it Rained: Gary Brooker with Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings
AWSoP in Lars von Trier's Breaking Waves
AWSoP on stage in Sir Tom Stoppard's The Real Thing
Home is Where The Magic Is: all about the Magic references in the words of the fourth album
Legend notwithstanding, is the name 'Procol Harum' really anything to do with cats?
Lost Souls in a Parallel Universe: Procol Harum and their oft-cited 'parallel', The Band
Maximising the allusions to Magic in the works of Keith Reid
Nothing Called Not Name Nor Number: Reid's numerical references and other recurrent symbols
Taking Notes and Stealing Quotes: comprehensive notes on all the official Procol songs (with RC)
That Guy Stevens Guy: about the influence of the man who introduced Brooker to Reid
The Dead Man's Dream in the Copping video
The Procolpaedia : connections between well-known rock names, and Procol Harum
Tum ho mere dil ki dhadkan, the Asian AWSoP from the film Manzil
Oddly the blurb at Amazon relates to a different book by a different Sam Cameron, about car-crashes:
"We are surrounded daily with crashing vehicles, economies, computers and bodies. At the intersection of speed, development, design and automation, the crash punctuates cultural and technological change with the automated mundanity of death, risk and destruction ... This volume aims therefore ... to offer accounts of the significance of these extreme yet banal moments."
This innovative, interdisciplinary study of the institution of sin will be of enormous interest to a wide-ranging readership, including researchers and teachers of economics, sociology and theology. It will also be of importance for anthropologists and philosophers.