Top Procol Harum Albums
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Hits'n'Flips
Hits'n'Flips
[2019]
Procol Harum Live - in Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
Procol Harum Live - in Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
[2018]
Live in Paris, 1967 (Live)
Live in Paris, 1967 (Live)
[2018]
Exotic Birds and Fruit (Expanded Edition)
Exotic Birds and Fruit (Expanded Edition)
[2018]
Novum
Novum
[2017]
A Whiter Shade of Pale (Original Single Version) - Single
A Whiter Shade of Pale (Original Single Version) - Single
[2017]
Procol Harum (2009 remaster)
Procol Harum (2009 remaster)
[2015]
Some Long Road
Some Long Road
[2014]
Procol Harum (Mono (2009 Remaster))
Procol Harum (Mono (2009 Remaster))
[2013]
MMX (Live)
MMX (Live)
[2012]
Spirit of Nøkken
Spirit of Nøkken
[2010]
Shine On Brightly
Shine On Brightly
[2009]
One Eye to the Future
One Eye to the Future
[2008]
Live At the Union Chapel
Live At the Union Chapel
[2004]
The Well's On Fire
The Well's On Fire
[2003]
Live In Concert with the Edmondon Symphony Orchestra (Live at Edmonton, Alberta/1971)
Live In Concert with the Edmondon Symphony Orchestra (Live at Edmonton, Alberta/1971)
[2002]
The Prodigal Stranger
The Prodigal Stranger
[1991]
Something Magic
Something Magic
[1977]
Procol's Ninth
Procol's Ninth
[1975]
Exotic Birds and Fruit
Exotic Birds and Fruit
[1974]
Grand Hotel
Grand Hotel
[1973]
Broken Barricades
Broken Barricades
[1971]
Home (2009 Remaster)
Home (2009 Remaster)
[1970]
A Salty Dog
A Salty Dog
[1969]
Shine On Brightly (2009 Remaster)
Shine On Brightly (2009 Remaster)
[1968]
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A Whiter Shade Of Pale Weisselklenzenacht (Live) A Christmas Camel A Dream In Ev'ry Home A Real Attitude A Rum Tale A Salty Dog A Souvenir Of London About To Die All Our Dreams Are Sold All This & More Alpha As Strong As Samson Barnyard Story Beyond The Pale Boredom Bringing Home The Bacon Broken Barricades Butterfly Boys Cerdes Conquistador Crucifiction Land Dead Man's Dream Drunk Again Eight Days A Week Fires Fool's Gold For Liquorice John Fresh Fruit Good Captain Clack Grand Hotel Holding On Homburg I Keep Forgetting I'm A Reader & A Writer Il Tuo Diamante In Held 'twas In I In The Autumn Of My Madness In The Wee Small Hours Of Sixpence Into The Flood Juicy John Pink Kaleidoscope Last Train To Niagara Learn To Fly Lime Street Blues Long Gone Geek Look To Your Soul Luskus Delph Mabel Magdalene Man With A Mission Memorial Drive Monsieur R. Monde New Lamps For Old Nothing But The Truth Nothing That I Didn't Know One Eye On The Future, One Eye On The Past One More Time Pandora's Box Perpetual Motion Piggy Pig Pig Pilgrims Progress Playmate Of The Mouth Poor Mohammed Power Failure Quite Rightly So Rambling On Robert's Box Salad Days Seem To Have The Blues Most All The Time She Wandered Through The Garden Fence Shine On Brightly Simple Sister Skating On Thin Ice Skip Softly (my Moonbeams) So Far Behind Something Following Me Something Magic Song For A Dreamer Still There'll Be More Strangers In Space T.v. Ceasar Taking The Time The Devil Came From Kansas The Final Thrust The Hand That Rocks The Cradle The Idol The King Of Hearts The Mark Of The Claw The Milk Of Human Kindness The Piper's Tune The Pursuit Of Happiness The Thin End Of The Wedge The Truth Won't Fade Away The Unquiet Zone The Worm The Tree The Wreck Of The Hesperus This Old Dog Too Much Between Us Toujours L'amour
Related Information for Procol Harum
Procol Harum is a British rock band formed in London, England, in 1967. They contributed to the development of progressive rock, and by extension, symphonic rock. The band's claim to fame is 'A Whiter Shade of Pale', a huge hit in 1967. The band differed from most of the progressive rock bands of the 70s in the relatively prominent blues component to their sound, largely due to the voice and piano of leader Gary Brooker. In the early years, Matthew Fisher's organ and Robin Trower's guitar combined for a unique sound. In October 2012, the band was nominated for induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but were unsuccessful as they failed to gain enough votes.Procol Harum is arguably the most succe.. read more