Mark Brzezicki, Procol Harum's former drummer. Fun fact: his favorite Beatle song is She Loves You
Dave Ball once fell asleep mid-set at a concert in Asbury Park, New Jersey. He was woken
by his roadie telling him to strap a mandolin to his chest for Salty Dog!
Pete Solley played the organ and synthesisers for Procol Harum. He stated in a 2004 interview
with 'Let It Rock' that 'playing with Gary Brooker was the ultimate for an organ player.
The band understood space and dynamics better than anyone I'd played with before.
I still regard my time with Procol as the best live music I ever played'
Gary Brooker, like good, aging old wine, he just gets better with time
Gary Brooker and Matthew
Fisher – in the good ol' days
Geoff Dunn, PH's drummer, is a great player with an equally great, diverse career
Josh Phillips, Procol's current organist –a one-man army of keyboard effects
Geoff Whitehorn at Le Trianon, Paris, 12 November 2017
Mick Grabham at
London's Olympia on 1 January 1976 (photo by Brian Cooke)
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