Procol Harum - Rockpalast (1976) plus bonus (1 NTSC DVD-R disc)


Price: $22.00

What is there in a name?  Often more than meets the eye!  Procol Harum's 4th album entitled "Home" was named quite simply thus because Procol's line-up had just reverted to that of it's predecessor, the R&B group The Paramonts of it's release in 1970.  Procol's latest recuit Chris Copping (Bass and organ) had suggested that his film making brother might produce a documentary about the band.  "The Procol Harum" is a seldom seen film which has been filed in the vaults for over a quarter of a century.  It features unreleased versions of "Whisky Train", "Piggy Pig Pig", "Nothing That I Didn't Know" and "Dead Man's Dream", as well as many of their "1960's standards including "A Whiter Shade Of Pale".

The film "Procol Harum"

Rockpalast, German (January 17, 1976) 
Bringing Home The Bacon
As Strong As Samson
Pandora's Box
The Unquiet Zone
Grand Hotel
Souvenir Of London
A Salty Dog
Nothing But The Truth
Power Failure

Beat Club, Germany 
Homburg (1968)
Quite Rightly So (1968)
A Salty Dog (1969)
In The Wee Small Hours Of Sixpence (1971)

Bilzen Jazz Festival (August 26, 1967) 
Intro Sequence
Christmas Camel
A Whiter Shader Of Pale

BBC Top Of The Pops 1967 
A Whiter Shade Of Pale

Promo Video 
A Whiter Shade Of Pale

Video Quality:  Quality on all performances except for "Rockpalast" are very good, in some cases bordering on excellent, about an 8.5-8.75 using our website Quality Rating Table.  The Rockpalast performance itself is only in acceptable quality, about a 7.5-7.75.

Running Length:  143 minutes.

Disc Format: 1 NTSC DVD-R disc.