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8 thoughts on “ Power Failure - Procol Harum - Broken Barricades (8-Track Cartridge)

  1. Power Failure (Single Edit) Simple Sister (Mono Version) Companies, etc. Published By – Blue Beard Music LTD. Published By – Universal Music Publishing GmbH; Remastered At Procol Harum: Broken Barricades (Barricadas Rotas) 4/5(21).
  2. Digitally remastered and expanded three CD edition of the classic album by Procol Harum. Featuring a line-up of Gary Brooker (vocals, piano), Chris Copping (organ, bass guitar), Robin Trower (guitar, vocals) and B. J. Wilson (drums) Broken Barricades was issued in June and was the band's fifth album.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Procol Harum - Broken Barricades at Discogs. Complete your Procol Harum collection.
  4. Oct 14,  · “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. The original album featured eight tracks while the CD Re-issue features three bonus tracks (Single edits and mono versions of some of the original songs).
  5. Broken Barricades [Import] on CD. Digitally remastered and expanded three CD edition of the classic album by Procol Harum. Featuring a line-up of Gary Brooker (vocals, piano), Chris Copping (organ, bass guitar), Robin Trower (guitar, vocals) and B. J. Wilson (drums) Broken Barricades was issued in June and was the band's fifth album.
  6. A fantastic fifth album from Procol Harum – one that really demonstrates the ever-changing energy of the group, and the way they seemed to find a fresh new focus with each of their early albums! The vocals of Gary Brooker are even more wonderful than ever – rejoined here with the talents of organist Keith Reid, who is back in the group – cementing a musical partnership that.
  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. Power Failure, sardonically titled, showcases BJ Wilson and should be bracketed somewhere near Moby Dick in the category headed "Definitive Rock Drum Solos"/5().
  8. The outtakes provide small variations on the originals – “Power Failure” with no fake audience noise (but the same percussion) whilst “Simple Sister” is the pre-orchestra mix without vocals. The fade out on “Broken Barricades “ is even longer and “Poor Mohammed” appears again, sans those difficult lyrics.

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