Manufactured And Distributed By EMI (Australia) Limited. Manufactured And Distributed By EMI (Australia) Limited. Side A and B labels: Made in Australia by EMI (Australia) Limited Sound Recording Made by Cube Records Lt. . Other (Inside of "A Salty Dog" side of gatefold): TOOFA. Other (Side A and B labels): TOOFA-7-1. Other (Side C and D labels): TOOFA-7-2.
Cube reissued two of Procol Harum's best early albums, A Whiter Shade of Pale and A Salty Dog, as a double-LP set in 1972.
A Salty Dog is the third studio album by English progressive rock band Procol Harum, released in 1969 by record labels Regal Zonophone and A&M. A Salty Dog has an ostensibly nautical theme, as indicated by its cover (a pastiche of the famous Player's Navy Cut cigarette pack). Interspersed with straight rock, blues and pop items, A Salty Dog showed a slight change of direction from its predecessors, being thematically less obscure.
A Whiter Shade of Pale - Студийный альбом от Procol Harum. В альбом вошло 15 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 55:55. Pilgrims Progress by Procol Harum (A Salty Dog). Procol Harum Live - Power Failure. Procol Harum - Kaleidoscope (Isle of Wight, 2006).
Beliebte Procol Harum Lyrics. The room was humming harder And the ceiling flew away When we called out for another drink The waiter brought a tray And so it was that later As the miller told his tale That her face at first just ghostly Turned a whiter shade of pale. She said "There is no reason, And the truth is plain to see," But I wandered through my playing cards And would not let her be, One of sixteen vestal virgins Who were leaving for the coast, And although my eyes were open They might just just have well been closed.
A Whiter Shade Of Pale is a music singles/eps/fan club/promo recording by PROCOL HARUM (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1967 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. PROCOL HARUM, Best Of USA VG+ LP-A Whiter Shade of Pale/SALTY DOG/Conquistador]. 21h 45m. Procol harum 3INCH CD, a whiter shade of pale, hombur.
A Whiter Shade Of Pale became an anthem for the flower children and helped launch Procol Harum, a progressive new rock band destined to enjoy a long and fruitful career. Their unusual song, based on Bach's Air On The G String, was first heard on British pirate radio stations broadcasting illegally off-shore. Their support added to the mystical buzz about a band that seemed to spring out of nowhere. Procol Harum, with its peculiar name and its unusual mixture of keyboards and soulful vocals, fired up the public's imagination. Yet the hit backfired against them at home.