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Periferic Records - Stereo Kft.      H-1114 Budapest, Bartók Béla út 59.   tel.: +36-1-385-63-43   
StereoPeriferic@mail.datanet.hu
Procol Harum
Great Britain
 
 
Home progressive

Enlarge this picture! Esoteric Recordings are proud to announce the release of a newly re-mastered and expanded edition of the classic 1970 album HOME by PROCOL HARUM. Released in June 1970, the record followed on from the huge international success of the band’s debut single "A Whiter Shade of Pale” and the superb albums PROCOL HARUM, SHINE ON BRIGHTLY and A SALTY DOG.





Hailed by many fans as one of the finest albums released by the band, HOME saw the exquisite song writing of Gary Brooker and Keith Reid reach new heights on pieces such as "The Dead Man’s Dream”, the epic "Whaling Stories”, "About to Die” and more.


Produced by Chris Thomas, the album captured a new line-up of the band featuring Gary Brooker (voice, piano), Chris Copping (bass guitar, organ), Robin Trower (lead guitar), and B.J. Wilson (drums).

Newly re-mastered from the original tapes, this edition of "Home” includes the rare American single edit of "Whisky Train” as a bonus track and features a booklet with previously unseen photographs.

- Gary Brooker / lead vocals, piano
- Chris Copping / bass, organ
- Keith Reid / words
- Robin Trower / guitars
- Barrie James Wilson / drums

1.Whisky Train
2.The Dead Man's Dream
3.Still There'll be More
4.Nothing That I Didn't Know
5.About to Die
6.Barnyard Story
7.Piggy Pig Pig
8.Whaling Stories
9.Your Own Choice
bonus tracks
1.Whisky Train (US single edit)
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ECLEC 2506 CD 1970   17.00
 
 
A Salty Dog progressive

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Esoteric Recordings are proud to announce the release of a newly re-mastered and expanded edition of the classic 1969 album A SALTY DOG by PROCOL HARUM. Released in June 1969, the record followed on from the huge international success of the band’s debut single "A Whiter Shade of Pale” and the follow up single "Homburg” and the superb albums PROCOL HARUM and SHINE ON BRIGHTLY. One of the finest releases of the era "A Salty Dog” saw the exquisite song writing of Gary Brooker and Keith Reid honed to perfection on highlights such as the album’s title track, "The Devil Came From Kansas”, "Wreck of the Hesperus”, "The Milk of Human Kindness” and more. Recorded at Abbey Road studios, the album captured the excellence of the musicians in the group, namely Gary Brooker (voice, piano), Robin Trower (lead guitar), David Knights (bass guitar), B.J. Wilson (drums) and Matthew Fisher (Hammond organ) Newly re-mastered from the original tapes, this edition of "A Salty Dog” includes the bonus track ‘Long Gone Geek’ (B-side of the single ‘A Salty Dog’ and a booklet with previously unseen photographs.

- Gary Brooker / lead vocals, piano, celeste, 3 string guitar, bells, harmonica, recorders, woods
- Matthew Fisher / organ, backing vocals, marimba, acoustic & electric rhythm guitars, piano, recorders
- Dave Knights / bass
- Keith Reid / words
- Robin Trower / acoustic & lead guitars, backing vocals, sleigh tambourine
- Barrie James Wilson / drums, tabla, congas

+ Kellogs / Bosun's whistle

1.A Salty Dog (4:41)
2.The Milk of Human Kindness (3:47)
3.Too Much Between Us (3:45)
4.The Devil Came from Kansas (4:38)
5.Boredom (4:34)
6.Juicy John Pink (2:08)
7.Wreck of the Hesperus (3:49)
8.All This and More (3:52)
9.Crucifiction Lane (5:03)
10.Pilgrims Progress (4:32)
bonus tracks
1.Long Gone Geek (B-side single)
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ECLEC 2504 CD 1969   17.00
 
 
Shine on Brightly progressive

Enlarge this picture! Esoteric Recordings are proud to announce the release of a newly re-mastered and expanded edition of the classic 1968 album by PROCOL HARUM.


Released in the UK in December 1968, "Shine on Brightly” followed on from the huge international success in 1967 of the band’s debut single ‘A Whiter Shade of Pale’ and the follow up single "Homburg” and built on the creative path begun on Procol Harum’s self-titled debut album issued in January 1968. Gary Brooker (voice, piano), Robin Trower (lead guitar), David Knights (bass guitar), B.J. Wilson (drums) and Matthew Fisher (Hammond organ) took the music of the band to new heights with this, their second album. Dominated by the 17-minute epic suite ‘In Held ‘Twas in I’, Procol Harum re-wrote the rule book of popular music with the material written and recorded for "Shine On Brightly”.


Newly re-mastered from the original tapes, this remastered edition of "Shine on Brightly” includes 3 bonus tracks and restores the original album artwork.

- Robin Trower / guitar
- Gary Brooker / harmonica, keyboards, vocals
- Matthew Fisher / guitar, keyboards
- David Knights / bass
- Keith Reid / words

1.Quite Rightly So
2.Shine on Brightly
3.Skip Softly My Moonbeams
4.Wish Me Well
5.Rambling Alone
6.Magdalene (My Regal Zonophone)
7.In Held Twas in I - Glimspes of Nirvana
8.In Held Twas in I - Twas Tea Time at the Circus
9.In Held Twas in I - In the Autumn of My Madness
10.In Held Twas in I - Look to Your Soul
11.In Held Twas in I - Grand Finale
bonus tracks
1.Il Tuo Diamante (Shine on Brightly - Italian mono version)
2.Quite Rightly So
3.In the Wee Small Hours of Sixpence
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ECLEC 2501 CD 1968   17.00
 
 
Procol Harum progressive

Enlarge this picture! - Gary Brooker / lead vocals, piano
- Robin Trower / guitars
- Matthew Fisher / Hammond organ
- David Knights / bass
- Barrie James Wilson / drums, percussion
- Bill Eyden / drums (11,12)
- Ray Royer / guitar (13-16,18)
- Bobby Harrison / drums (13-16,18)

1.Conquistador
2.She Wandered Through the Garden Fence
3.Something Following Me
4.Mabel
5.Cerdes (Outside the Gates of)
6.A Christmas Camel
7.Kaleidoscope
8.Salad Days (Are Here Again)
9.Good Captain Clack
10.Repent Walpurgis
1.A Whiter Shade of Pale
2.Lime Street Blues
3.Homburg
4.Good Captain Clack (single version)
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ECLEC 2498 CD 1967   16.00