Gary, that singer with such a killer set of pipes!
Keith, as he draws from 19th century romantic poetry (and Bob
Life goes on without effort when listening to this sumptuous
Gary possesses such musical integrity and inventiveness.
There was this guy called Brooker – he was an original pioneer
who created a rich musical tapestry that was ahead of its time
Josh Phillips, Procol's outstanding organist who also proved to
be proficient on the guitar and the bass.
Gary, possessing the single most powerful voice in British rock
(I'm not biased, am I?), neither dimmed nor withered by the passing of the years.
A young Mark Brzezicki loved playing the drums and drawing
cartoons/doodling (this is much more than doodling to me)!
Mick Grabham joined Procol Harum just in time to play in the
sessions for the Grand Hotel album that had already been started with Dave Ball.
When Ball left they re-recorded the tracks, with Grabham
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