Procol Harum / Still There’ll Be More: An Anthology 1967-2017 / 8-disc box set

Eight discs • Remastered • 69-page hardcover book • Poster

In March, Esoteric Recordings are to issue Still There’ll Be More a 50th anniversary, eight-disc Procol Harum box set that features studio recordings from every album, unreleased live material and over three hours of video content, largely TV appearances (some never broadcast).

This set contains five CDs and three DVDs. All audio has been remastered and the first three audio discs feature studio recordings (69 tracks in total) , including A-sides, B-sides and key album tracks, while CD four features the band’s concert at the Hollywood Bowl on 21 September 1973 (with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra and the Roger Wagner Chorale). The final CD includes a previously unreleased concert at the Bournemouth Winter Gardens on 17 March 1976.

The three DVDs include a wealth of material such as A Whiter Shade Of Pale being performed on Top of the Pops in December 1967, performances culled from the archives of the German Beat Club series (including un-broadcast raw video footage of the band’s ‘Beat Club Workshop studio concert from 1971) and an entire sixty-five minute recording session of a performance for the German Musikladen series in October 1973 (most of which was never shown on television).

Still There’ll Be More: An Anthology also features a 68-page hardcover book with an essay by Patrick Humphries and a lengthy in depth commentary on the performances featured by Roland Clare. Gary Brooker has dug into his private collection to supply many previously unseen photos for the book. A large 60cm x 40cm reproduction poster from a 1976 concert completes this celebration of the English progressive rock band.

Still There’ll Be More: An Anthology 1967-2017 will be released on 23 March 2018.

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Still There'll Be More - An Anthology


1. A Whiter Shade of Pale
A-side of single – Released in May 1967

2. Homburg
A-side of single – Released in September 1967

3. Cerdes (Outside the Gates of)
4. Salad Days (Are Here Again)
5. Kaleidoscope
6. Repent Walpurgis
Taken from the album “Procol Harum”
Released in September 1967

7. Understandably Blue
Recorded at Olympic Studios, London in July 1967

8. Shine on Brightly
9. Quite Rightly So
10. Skip Softly My Moonbeams
Taken from the album “Shine On Brightly”
Released in September 1968

11. A Salty Dog
12. The Devil Came from Kansas
13. Pilgrim’s Progress
14. The Milk of Human Kindness
Taken from the album “A Salty Dog”
Released in June 1969
15. Long Gone Geek
B-side of single – Released in May 1969

16. Whisky Train
17. Barnyard Story
18. Still There’ll Be More
19. Whaling Stories
Taken from the album “Home”
Released in June 1970

1. Simple Sister
2. Broken Barricades
3. Luskus Delph
4. Memorial Drive
Taken from the album “Broken Barricades”
Released in July 1971

5. Conquistador
6. In Held ‘Twas in I
Glimpses of Nirvana
‘Twas Tea Time at the Circus
In the Autumn of My Madness
Look to Your Soul / Grand Finale
Taken from the album “Live In Concert with the
Edmonton Symphony Orchestra”
Released in April 1972

7. Grand Hotel
8. Robert’s Box
9. For Liquorice John
10. Souvenir of London
11. Fires (Which Burnt Brightly)
Taken from the album “Grand Hotel” – Released in March 1973

12. Nothing But the Truth
13. The Idol
14. The Thin End of the Wedge
Taken from the album “Exotic Birds and Fruit” Released in April 1974

1. Beyond the Pale
2. As Strong as Samson
Taken from the album “Exotic Birds and Fruit” – Released in April 1974

3. Pandora’s Box
4. The Unquiet Zone
5. Fool’s Gold
6. Typewriter Torment
Taken from the album “Procol’s Ninth” – Released in September 1975

7. Something Magic
8. Skating on Thin Ice
9. Strangers in Space
Taken from the album “Something Magic” – Released in March 1977

10. Perpetual Motion
11. Holding On
Taken from the album “The Prodigal Stranger” Released in August 1991

12. An Old English Dream
13. This World is Rich (For Stephen Maboe)
14. The Emperor’s New Clothes
Taken from the album “The Well’s on Fire” – Released in March 2003

15. Can’t Say That
16. The Only One
Taken from the album “Novum”
Released in April 2017

Live at the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra & the Roger Wagner Chorale
Recorded 21st September 1973

1. Sanctus
2. Broken Barricades
3. Simple Sister
4. A Christmas Camel
5. Toujours L’Amour
6. Grand Hotel
7. Fires (Which Burnt Brightly)
8. A Salty Dog
9. Conquistador
10. Grand Finale
11. TV Ceasar / Rule Britannia

Live at Bournemouth Winter Gardens
17th March 1976

1. The Unquiet Zone
2. Beyond the Pale
3. Whaling Stories
4. All This and More
5. A Salty Dog
6. I Keep Forgetting
7. The Blue Danube
8. I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) / Nothing But the Truth
9. A Whiter Shade of Pale

1. A Whiter Shade of Pale
“Top of the Pops” – BBC TV 26th December 1967

2. Homburg
“Beat Club” – German TV 30th December 1967

3. Quite Rightly So
“Beat Club” – Radio Bremen German TV
22nd June 1968

4. A Salty Dog
“Beat Club” – Radio Bremen German TV
28th June 1969

5. The Devil Came from Kansas
6. Long Gone Geek
“Beat Club” – Radio Bremen German TV
30th August 1969

7. Shine on Brightly
8. In the Wee Small Hours of Sixpence
9. Still There’ll Be More
10. Pilgrim’s Progress
11. Quite Rightly So
12. Magdalene My Regal Zonophone
13. Power Failure
14. A Salty Dog
15. Simple Sister
16. In the Autumn of My Madness
Look to Your Soul
Grand Finale

Complete recording session for “Beat Club Workshop” – Radio Bremen German TV
27th December 1971

1. Drunk Again
2. Grand Hotel
3. Conquistador
4. Bringing Home the Bacon
5. Too Much Between Us
6. Toujours L’Amour
7. Whaling Stories
8. Fires (Which Burnt Brightly)
9. Kaleidoscope

Complete recording session for “Musikladen” Radio Bremen German TV – 25th October 1973

1. Pandora’s Box
“Top of the Pops” BBC TV –
4th September 1975

2. Something Magic
3. Conquistador
4. Nothing But the Truth
5. Strangers in Space
6. Grand Hotel
7. Pandora’s Box
8. Skating on Thin Ice
9. The Mark of the Claw
10. Wizard Man
11. This Old Dog
12. A Whiter Shade of Pale

“Sight & Sound In Concert” – BBC TV
Recorded at The Hippodrome, Golders Green, London 12th March 1977


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