PROCOL HARUM
Tropicana Casino
Atlantic City, NJ.
June 12, 2010


"Technical Blind Alleys"

CD 1 (73:32)
1 Shine on Brightly
2 (technical problems)
3 Homburg
4 Pandoraís Box
5 Whaling Stories
6 (more technical problems)
7 Wall Street Blues
8 The Blink of an Eye
9 Robertís Box
10 Cerdes (Outside the Gates of)
11 As Strong as Samson
12 One Eye on the Future
13 A Salty Dog
14 Conquistador



CD 2 (19:32)
1 band introduction
2 Barnyard Story
3 Kaleidoscope
4 A Whiter Shade of Pale

total time 93 mins. 4 secs.


Gary Brooker (voice & piano)
Josh Phillips (Hammond organ, Yamaha Motif)
Geoff Whitehorn (guitar)
Matt Pegg (bass)
Geoff Dunn (drums)


recording by rr653
covers by regalzonophone
rz 061210


comment:
Technical problems with the the Hammond. (Geoff Whitehorn spontaneously takes the organ solo during Shine On Brightly! Listen to sound sample 1.) Note that the very brief loss of audio near the start of this track is in the original recording.

Jerseyboy---recently enshrined in The Tapers Hall of Fame---has uploaded to DIME 3 stunning recordings---all nominated for Grammy's--- from the recent 2010 shows. Without a doubt, they are the gold standard! Additionally, the already legendary Westbury, NY show, another "must have", is here on DIME and includes a rare "In Held 'Twas In I" (complete). The recording presented here is the second of several others from the June and November US tours that I am in the process of uploading to DIME. Unfortunately, they do not match the exceptional audio quality of the aforementioned. They are worthy additions to most collections nevertheless.

Thank you to the taper for making this one available for sharing!


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