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Procol Harum - Five And Dime


1I Keep Forgetting3:30
2Nothing But The Truth4:00
3Whiter Shade Of Pale7:00
4Beyond The Pale 3:05
5Blue Danube Treatments7:40
6Salty Dog4:20
8The Unquiet Zone5:30
9All This And More3:30


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneProcol Harum "Five And Dime" - Chamber Music Extraordinaire ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label (Procol Harum)noneYugoslaviaUnknown


  • BassAlan Cartwright
  • GuitarMick Grabham
  • Lyrics ByKeith Reid
  • OrganChris Copping
  • PercussionB.J. Wilson
  • PianoGary Brooker
  • VocalsGary Brooker


Recorded in early !976 in the south of London


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): TAKRL 1990-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): TAKRL 1990-B


Procol Harum is the debut studio album by English rock band Procol Harum. It was released in September 1967 by record label Deram in the US, following their breakthrough and immensely popular single A Whiter Shade of Pale. The track doesn't appear on the UK version of the album, but was included on the US issue. The UK version of the album was released in December 1967 by record label Regal Zonophone. After the rhythm & blues band The Paramounts disbanded in 1966, singer Gary Brooker helped form Procol Harum early in 1967. In July 1967 the band got their first 1 hit A Whiter Shade of Pale, co-written by Brooker & Reid, becoming one of the first real symphonic rock songs. A lot of albums and singles were released afterwards, but never enjoyed the success of their first single. The line up for their first single was: Gary Brooker: vocals and piano Matthew Fisher: Hammond organ David Knights: bass Ray Royer: guitar. Drums by session drummer Bill Eyden. В 1972 году этот альбом был переиздан под названием A Whiter Shade Of Pale , и, в первую очередь, именно с этой, открывающей диск, блестящей композицией принято не только связывать данную пластинку, но и ассоциировать группу Procol Harum в целом. Это, конечно же, не совсем справедливо. Верно лишь . Procol Harum. Progressive Rock. Procol Harum Live With the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. Symphonic Progressive Rock. Beyond the Pale. PH on stage PH on record PH in print BtP features What's new Interact with BtP For sale Site search Home. Non-album tracks. This set is well-known from the bootleg, Five and Dime on the Amazing Kornyphone Record Label TAKRL 1990. It seemed at one time probable that it was part of a live recording made at the Great British Music Festival on New Year's Day 1976 and no less an authority than Chris Copping felt that the set was recorded at the Fairfield Halls Croydon. We now have the full Olympia setlist and it doesn't include All This and More. Dedicated to the music of Procol Harum. 11 June at 09:00 . Happy Birthday to our fifth studio album 'Broken Barricades' Released 11th June 1971, the album originally reached 32 in the Billboard US Top 200, and is 49 years young today Buy, download or listen to the remastered & expanded version here Procol Harum. Five and dime. aka LIVE AT FAIRFIELD HALLS. Date : XX011976 Lieu : London, UK Label : Regal Zonophone Réf. rz 01xx76 Support : 1 cd Durée : 47:47 mn Source : FM Qualité sonore : 910. Liste des titres : 1. Conquistador 4:25 2. The Unquiet Zone 6:10 3. Beyond The Pale 3:39 4. All This And more 3:52 5. Salty Dog 5:02 6. I Keep Forgetting 3:58 7. Blue Danube Treatments 8:13 8. I Cant Help MyselfNothing But The Truth 4:59 9. A Whiter Shade Of Pale 7:21. Pochette version Five and Dime : Pochette version Live at Fairfield Halls : Bootleg n715. Get the best deal for Procol Harum Music Album CDs and DVDs from the largest online selection at

Procol Harum - Five And Dime

Performer: Procol Harum

Title: Five And Dime

Country: US

Release date: 1976

Label: The Amazing Kornyfone Record Label

Catalog: TAKRL 1990

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 2574 mb

Size FLAC: 2771 mb

Rating: 4.0 / 5

Votes: 553

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release

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My copy has a black label with silver letters. No Procol Harum mentionned but fake record company "Worlds records" and fake song titles.
My copy has a black label with silver letters. No Procol Harum mentionned but fake record company "Worlds records" and fake song titles.