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  posted on 3/9/2018 at 07:42 AM
http://ultimateclassicrock.com/procol-harum-still-therell-be-more-box/

Procol Harum are set to release a limited-edition, super deluxe box set celebrating 50 years of their music.

The eight-disc collection Still There'll Be More is due March 23 and spans their entire career. You can check out the full track listing below.

The 69-track set of remastered music comprises five CDs and three DVDs. The first three discs feature hits from throughout the band's career; the last two showcase live performances, including a September 1973 Hollywood Bowl performance with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and the Roger Wagner Chorale, and a previously unreleased March 1976 concert at the Bournemouth Winter Gardens.


The three DVS include more than three and a half hours of mostly unreleased footage from Procol Harum's television appearances -- from Top of the Pops, Beat Club Workshop, Musikladen and Sight and Sound in Concert.

Still There'll Be More also includes a 68-page hardcover book with an essay by Patrick Humphries and commentary by Roland Clare.

Procol Harum, 'Still There'll Be More' Track Listing

Disc One
1. "A Whiter Shade of Pale"
2. "Homburg"
3. "Cerdes (Outside the Gates Of)"
4. "Salad Days (Are Here Again)"
5. "Kaleidoscope"
6. "Repent Walpurgis"
7. "Understandably Blue"
8. "Shine On Brightly"
9. "Quite Rightly So"
10. "Skip Softly My Moonbeams"
11. "A Salty Dog"
12. "The Devil Came From Kansas"
13. "Pilgrim's Progress"
14. "The Milk of Human Kindness"
15. "Long Gone Geek"
16. "Whisky Train"
17. "Barnyard Story"
18. "Still There'll Be More"
19. "Whaling Stories"

Disc Two
1. "Simple Sister"
2. "Broken Barricades"
3. "Luskus Delph"
4. "Memorial Drive"
5. "Conquistador"
6. "In Held 'Twas I"
7. "Grant Hotel"
8. "Robert's Box"
9. "For Liquorice John"
10. "Souvenir of London"
11. "Fires (Which Burn Brightly)"
12. "Nothing But the Truth"
13. "The Idol"
14. "The Thin End of the Wedge"

Disc Three
1. "Beyond the Pale"
2. "As Strong As Samson"
3. "Pandora's Box"
4. "The Unquiet Zone"
5. "Fool's Gold"
6. "Typewriter Torment"
7. "Something Magic"
8. "Skating on Thin Ice"
9. "Strangers in Space"
10. "Perpetual Motion"
11. "Holding On"
12. "An Old English Dream"
13. "This World Is Rich (for Stephen Maboe)"
14. "The Emperor's New Clothes"
15. "Can't Say That"
16. "The Only One"

Disc Four: 'Live at the Hollywood Bowl, September 21, 1973'
1. "Sanctus"
2. Broken Barricades"
3. "Simple Sister"
4. "A Christmas Camel"
5. "Toujours L'amour"
6. "Grand Hotel"
7. "Fires (Which Burnt Brightly)"
8. "A Salty Dog"
9. "Conquistador"
10. "Grand Finale"
11. "TV Ceasar / Rule Britannia"

Disc Five: 'Live at Bournemouth Winter Gardens, March 17, 1976'
1. "The Unquiet Zone"
2. "Beyond the Pale"
3. "Whaling Stories"
4. "All This and More"
5. "A Salty Dog"
6. "I Keep Forgetting"
7. "The Blue Danube"
8. "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)" / "Nothing But the Truth"
9. "A Whiter Shade of Pale"

Disc 6
1. "A Whiter Shade of Pale"
Top of the Pops – BBC TV 26th December 1967

2. "Homburg"
Beat Club – German TV 30th December 1967

3. "Quite Rightly So"
Beat Club – Radio Bremen German TV
22nd June 1968

4. "A Salty Dog"
Beat Club – Radio Bremen German TV
28th June 1969

5. "The Devil Came from Kansas"
6. "Long Gone Geek"
Beat Club – Radio Bremen German TV
30th August 1969

7. "Shine on Brightly"
8. "In the Wee Small Hours of Sixpence"
9. "Still There’ll Be More"
10. "Pilgrim’s Progress"
11. "Quite Rightly So"
12. "Magdalene My Regal Zonophone"
13. "Power Failure"
14. "A Salty Dog"
15. "Simple Sister"
16. "In the Autumn of My Madness"
17. "Look to Your Soul"
18. "Grand Finale"
Complete recording session for 'Beat Club Workshop' – Radio Bremen German TV
27th December 1971

Disc Seven
1. "Drunk Again"
2. "Grand Hotel"
3. "Conquistador"
4. "Bringing Home the Bacon"
5. "Too Much Between Us"
6. "Toujours L’Amour"
7. "Whaling Stories"
8. "Fires (Which Burnt Brightly)"
9. "Kaleidoscope"
Complete recording session for 'Musikladen' Radio Bremen German TV – 25th October 1973

Disc Eight
1. "Pandora’s Box"
'Top of the Pops' BBC TV –
4th September 1975

2. "Something Magic"
3. "Conquistador"
4. "Nothing But the Truth"
5. "Strangers in Space"
6. "Grand Hotel"
7. "Pandora’s Box"
8. "Skating on Thin Ice"
9. "The Mark of the Claw"
10. "Wizard Man"
11. "This Old Dog"
12. "A Whiter Shade of Pale"
'Sight & Sound In Concert' – BBC TV
Recorded at The Hippodrome, Golders Green, London 12th March 1977

 

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  posted on 3/23/2018 at 09:57 AM
Procol Harum diehards have been looking forward to today!
never even knew they did this much music during their career -- incredible collection
they played Boston Common back in the day -- at one point one of the musicians said, "Whatever you're smoking out there smells verrry nice"

what an irony, a poster of the ABB opening for Procol Harum 11/7/70 at the Warehouse, just now popped up on the home page -- a fellow by the name of Les Moore opened the show, the poster says

[Edited on 3/23/2018 by Stephen]

 

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  posted on 3/23/2018 at 01:35 PM
It's not cheap - it is 89.99 on Amazon - but it does offer a heck of a lot of music. Hmmmm

from Amazon:
Limited eight disc (five CDs + three NTSC/Region 0 DVD) set. Esoteric Recordings are proud to announce the release of an official limited edition super deluxe boxed set celebrating fifty years of the legendary Procol Harum. This eight disc set comprises five CDs and three DVDs, of which the first three discs draw upon the key tracks from Procol Harum's illustrious career. Disc four features the band's legendary concert at the Hollywood Bowl on 21 September 1973 (with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and the Roger Wagner Chorale), whilst disc five features a previously unreleased concert at the Bournemouth Winter Gardens on 17 March 1976. The DVD content features over three and a halve hours of footage, mostly previously unreleased. Disc six begins with a performance of 'A Whiter Shade of Pale' on the BBC TV show Top of the Pops from December 1967 before moving to the archives of the German Beat Club series. All of the band's surviving performances for the show are here, including the entire un-broadcast raw video footage of the band's Beat Club Workshop studio concert from 1971, shorn of the visual gimmickry of the actual broadcast, revealing the pure performance on DVD for the first time. Disc seven features the entire sixty-five minute recording session of a performance for the German Musikladen series in October 1973, most of which was never shown on television. Disc eight features more BBC TV performances, including a rendition of 'Pandora's Box' from Top of the Pops in September 1975 and the band's set for the Sight and Sound In Concert series in March 1977. This lavish re-mastered set also features a sixty-eight page hard backed book with an essay by Patrick Humphries and a lengthy in depth commentary on the performances featured by respected Procol Harum authority Roland Clare. The book also includes many previously unseen photographs and memorabilia from Gary Brooker's private collection. Still There'll Be More also includes a 60cm x 40 cm reproduction poster from a Procol Harum concert in 1976.

 
 


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