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Luskus Delph - Procol Harum - Broken Barricades (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Procol Harum metamorphose into a hard rock band. For a short while. But a worth while. Best song: SIMPLE SISTER. Track listing: 1) Simple Sister; 2) Broken Barricades; 3) Memorial Drive; 4) Luskus Delph; 5) Power Failure; 6) Song For A Dreamer; 7) Playmate Of The Mouth; 8) Poor Mohammed. Youpee, another great Procol Harum record.
  2. Procol Harum - Broken Barricades download free. Label: Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab ‎– MFCD Series: Original Master Recording – Type: CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered Country: USA, Canada & Europe Date of released: Category: Rock, Blues Style: Prog Rock, Classic Rock.
  3. Procol Harum is a British rock band formed in London, England, in They contributed to the development of progressive rock, and by extension, symphonic rock. The band's claim to fame is 'A Whiter Shade of Pale', a huge hit in
  4. "Broken Barricades" is the 5th full-length studio album by UK rock act Procol Harum. The album was released through A&M Records in April "Broken Barricades" was recorded at AIR studios in London and produced by Chris Thomas. This would be guitarist Robin Trower´s last album with Procol Harum before pursuing a solo career.
  5. Procol Harum (PH) released this album just before Robin Trower left the band to go solo. Be aware that Trower is heard on Disc 'A' and on tracks on Disc 'B' only. The BBC tracks on Disc 'B' feature Dave Ball on guitar and on all of Disc 'C', which also has Dave Cartwright on bass, with Copping on organ only/5().
  6. Broken Barricades is the fifth studio album by English rock band Procol Harum, released in It was guitarist Robin Trower 's last recording with the group until The Prodigal Stranger (). "Song for a Dreamer" is a tribute to late Jimi Hendrix from Trower, who was stunned by Hendrix's death in September at the age of
  7. For years, Broken Barricades was one of Procol Harum's albums that was completely out of print and if you could find it on CD, it was expensive and the sound quality questionable. Then along came Gary Brooker who re-released it himself on his own label followed shortly thereafter by what appeared to be the definitive reissue on Germany's Repertoire label/5().

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