Friday, February 20, 2009

Procol Harum - Through The Garden Fence - BBC 1967-1971
I was rummaging through my stash and I found this bootleg that I had gotten as a torrent a few years ago. I had never listened to it! Man for the age of these recordings it sounds great - recommended for all Procol Harum fans. Thanks to the original releaser, Pink Robert.

1. A Whiter Shade Of Pale (5:14)
2. Mabel (1:38)
3. She Wandered Through The Garden Fence (3:09)
4. Homburg (4:50)
5. Monsieur Armand (2:30)
6. Wishing Well (2:34)
7. Skip Softly (My Moonbeams) (3:22)
8. Long Gone Geek (2:34)
9. Kaleidoscope (2:35)
10. Rambling On (4:20)
11. Quite Rightly So (3:44)
12. Skip Softly (My Moonbeams) (3:42)
13. Shine On Brightly (3:45)
14. Seem To Have The Blues (2:42)
15. Simple Sister (3:29)
16. Whiskey Train (5:08)
17. Juicy John Pink (2:56)
18. Nothing That I Didn't Know (2:46)
19. Your Own Choice (2:34)
20. A Whiter Shade Of Pale (5:14)

Tracks 1-2: June 14, 1967
Track 3: September 27, 1967
Track 4: Top Of The Pops 1967
Track 5: Top Of The Pops 1968
Tracks 6-8: August 19, 1968
Tracks 9-12: Top Of The Pops 1967-1968
Tracks 13-17: October 6, 1971
Tracks 18-20: September 16, 1970

Separate FLAC's-Found Covers 422 MB

Part 1__Part 2__Part 3__Part 4__Part 5

Bye!

20 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks!

4:09 AM, February 21, 2009  
Blogger Rockhopper said...

A nice find ...
and yes, I do miss John Peel, who "discovered" most of the contemporary alternative/progressive music we now think of as classics

7:10 AM, February 22, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thankx for this post. I've liked this a lot.

12:21 PM, February 22, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have Arthur Lee & Love - Black Beauty & Rarities in lossless?

2:48 PM, February 22, 2009  
Blogger Likedeeler said...

You know, one record I've always missed a lot on 8 Days is Eroc's. If I had known it existed, that is. But maybe you don't like it, dunno. Small chance thinks me. If I ever should be forced to name my favourite kraut album, this will be a hot contender.

This is just a 320 version: http://likedeeler.wordpress.com/2008/02/25/eroc-eroc-1975/, but don't you got it as Flac? ;

4:15 PM, February 22, 2009  
Anonymous mISTERmANIAC said...

This is a great boot... Thanks for posting! Great sound, great song selection, great era for the band.

10:56 AM, February 24, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

terrible blog. horrible music selection. what a shit

dggrvs

Bulgaria

11:57 PM, February 25, 2009  
Blogger GarColga said...

Hi dggrvs - I agree. This is one fucked-up blog.

2:47 PM, February 28, 2009  
Blogger Dr. Bell Otus said...

ahahahahah,

Nice answer L., nice answer.


Thanks by this one, m8

Cheers from the middle of Atlantic Ocean

3:44 PM, March 01, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

part 3 doesn't work for me !!! what's happening ?
thanks for your great blog.

10:07 AM, March 06, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks for uploading for us to share - cool!

4:29 PM, March 06, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would like to download it but it seems there is a problem from file 2 - Thanks for your help and for your blog

2:34 PM, March 07, 2009  
Blogger GarColga said...

There is no problem with part 2 and there was no problem either with part 3! Try again is all I can say.

3:54 PM, March 07, 2009  
Blogger Lisa said...

Hello I downloaded it but I obtained just the first 9 songs can you help me? thanks

9:54 AM, March 08, 2009  
Blogger GarColga said...

Hi Lisa - sorry can't help you unless you can be more specific.

11:34 AM, March 08, 2009  
Anonymous moodyxadi said...

Thanx from Brazil.

8:41 PM, April 24, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, this Procol looks great!

But the payless link keeps coming up with a "Computer Update" window over the link page, and can't be closed.

Help!

Many thanks for all your hard work!

Weekend Hippie

9:44 PM, May 01, 2009  
Blogger Cuddlybear said...

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2:21 PM, July 25, 2009  
Blogger Cuddlybear said...

A very big thank you to you GarColga for sharing this wonderful music.

I have always loved Procol Harum and first heard the BBC version of A Whiter Shade Of Pale, and no other PH session material, on a radio show hosted by the late Alan " Fluff " Freeman, way back in the summer of 1989 !!

20 years later and I am spoiled by hearing this again.

The performances are superb and the sound quality is fantastic.

A Million thanks

Michael ( Northern Ireland )

Saturday 25th July 2009 22.28pm

2:28 PM, July 25, 2009  
Blogger GarColga said...

You're welcome Michael!

1:35 PM, August 19, 2009  

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