Release Date: April 21, 2017
2. Last Chance Motel
3. Image Of The Beast
5. Don’t Get Caught
7. Sunday Morning
9. Can’t Say That
10. The Only One
12. Sunday Morning
13. Last Chance Motel (Radio Edit)
About the Album
The brand new studio album Novum by Procol Harum will be released on April 21, 2017 via Eagle Records. Their first studio album in fourteen years, and thirteenth overall, follows 2003’s The Well’s On Fire. Novum is released as the band celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Half a century ago, powered by the huge and ongoing success of their debut single “A Whiter Shade Of Pale”, Procol Harum went on to help define the progressive rock genre while at the same time embracing their roots in blues and soul. “A Whiter Shade Of Pale” continues to be one of the best-selling singles of all time. The cover artwork of Novum by Julia Brown references elements of the sleeve of that album – the band’s eponymous debut album in 1967.
Procol Harum has been an evolving musical force from the first performance in ’67, but always led by founding member, singer, pianist and composer Gary Brooker. Most of today’s line-up has been playing together since the early ‘90s and it includes bassist Matt Pegg (Jethro Tull, Ian Brown), drummer Geoff Dunn (Jimmy Page, Dave Stewart, Van Morrison), guitarist Geoff Whitehorn (Roger Chapman, Paul Rodgers, Roger Daltrey) and Hammond organ player Josh Phillips (Pete Townsend and Midge Ure), but to all their fans, they are the real Procol Harum.
“Our last studio album was in 2003, and with 2017 being 50 years of Procol Harum, something special was needed, which has resulted in a new album of new songs with the band as we’ve stood for the past decade, all contributing with producer Dennis Weinreich to make what I believe to be one of the finest Procol Harum albums ever – “Novum” – just listen”, states Gary Brooker.
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The brand new studio album Novum by Procol Harum will be released on April 21, 2017 via Eagle Records. Their first studio album in fourteen years, and thirteenth overall, follows 2003’s The Well’s On Fire. Novum is released as the band celebrates its 50th anniversary. Half a century ago, powered by the huge and ongoing … Continue reading Procol Harum Set to Release First New Studio Album in 14 Years