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One of these questions is designed to mislead a bit, so do be careful to check your findings (even if you suppose you 'really know' the answer)
Big contributor to Procol’s early success, this drummer (middle name
‘James’) sadly departed this world one October Friday.
What Procol Harum track was recorded with the help of the guitarist who
plays on 1971’s A Prenormal Day at Brighton?
Looking carefully at the original cover art of albums released by Procol
Harum in the UK, we see that the typography falls into three distinct groups:
Group A comprises A Salty Dog, Broken Barricades, Home, MMX,
Novum, One Eye to the Future, Procol Harum (1967), Procol’s Ninth, ...
Some Long Road ..., Something Magic, and Spirit of Nøkken;
Group B contains Exotic Birds and Fruit, Grand Hotel, Live with
the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, and Shine on Brightly;
Group C is
The Prodigal Stranger
The Well’s on Fire.
So … use your skill and judgment to allot the ersatz green US Shine
on Brightly cover to its proper corresponding group.
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