Procol Harum's music connects us in ways that no other medium
Captivating with wit and humor!
As Shakespeare said, "If music be the food of love, play on!"
Wine that fills the cup of silence.
Poetry called melody.
Gary's unrestrained vocals, along with the piano, combines classical elements with slow, moody, Ray Charles-ish soul
Music, the most sublime of the arts, draws its word meaning
from 'muse,' to reflect and meditate about something in depth.
Procol has mastered this!
Geoff's earliest influences? Hank Marvin and Eric Clapton
When in Redhill in 1997, Alan played a borrowed bass, as he had
given his own to his son.
He had not played for many years, as he was running a bar during that time period.
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