Procol Harum Live in Concert With The Edmonton Symphony Orchestra

Procol Harum - Live with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (1972) {MFSL MFCD 788)

Procol Harum - Live with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra
Progressive rock, Symphonic rock | EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks) + Cue + Log
Cover only | MFSL | MFCD 788 | ~209 MB | FileSonic + HF

, by the UK band Procol Harum, was released in 1972; it was recorded at the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on 18 November 1971. It is the band's best selling album, certified Gold by the RIAA.
Roberta Flack - In Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (2012)

Roberta Flack - In Concert with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra (2012)
Video: NTSC, MPEG-2 at 6 126 Kbps, 720 x 480 (1.333) at 29.970 fps | Audio: AC-3 2 channels at 256 Kbps, 48.0 KHz
Genre: R&B, Soul | Label: Store for Music | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 23 April 2012 | Runtime: 48 min | 2,26 Gb(DVD-5)

From her humble beginnings in Arlington, Virginia, Roberta Flack rose to global stardom with her soulful renditions of The First Time Ever I Saw You Face and Killing Me Softly With His Song, both songs earning her Grammy Record Of The Year awards in 1973 and 1974 respectively. This memorable concert performance recorded with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra at the height of her success in 1975 is testament to her singing talent and features many of her greatest hits.

Procol Harum - Home (1970) [MFSL, MFCD 793] Re-up  Music

Posted by v3122 at Oct. 31, 2016
Procol Harum - Home (1970) [MFSL, MFCD 793] Re-up

Procol Harum - Home (1970) [MFSL, MFCD 793]
Rock/Art-Rock | EAC Rip | Flac (Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 9 Tracks
Scans Included | MFSL | MFCD 793 | ~232 + 111 Mb | 3% Recovery

The fourth album by Procol Harum was released as the band was in the midst of a significant shift. With the departure of organist Matthew Fisher, guitarist Robin Trower stepped more to the fore. The two-keyboard approach was still being utilized, with singer Gary Brooker's piano being joined on some selections by the organ playing of multi-instrumentalist Chris Copping. However, the stately grandeur that had been previously applied with grace and subtlety gave way to a band that rocked much harder…
Procol Harum - Grand Hotel (1973) [1995, Castle, ESM CD 290]

Procol Harum - Grand Hotel (1973) [1995, Castle, ESM CD 290]
Progressive/Art-Rock | EAC Rip | APE (Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 9 Tracks
Covers Included | Castle | ESM CD 290 | ~218 + 102 Mb | HF, FS, FileSonic

Procol Harum's Grand Hotel- recorded in 1973 - is a masterpiece of progressive rock. You all know about the other classic from the same year- Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon ( for this reviewer, ELP's Brain Salad surgery also qualifies). Like Dark Side of the Moon, Procol's Grand Hotel album has excellent production and sound quality. It also represents a step further for this band on every level- as noted by another reviewer- this is where it all came together for them…
Procol Harum - Broken Barricades (1971) [MFSL, MFCD 846] Re-up

Procol Harum - Broken Barricades (1971) [MFSL, MFCD 846]
Rock/Art-Rock | EAC Rip | Flac (Image) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 8 Tracks
Scans Included | MFSL | MFCD 846 | ~211 + 94 Mb | 3% Recovery

Despite the departure of organist Matthew Fisher, Procol Harum survived, and this album is ample proof. Fisher was one of the prime architects of the Harum sound, and his work on such classics as "Shine on Brightly" and, of course, "Whiter Shade of Pale" underline that. Procol continued as a four-piece, and it was indeed a good thing that they decided not to replace Fisher…

Procol Harum - Home (1970) [MFSL, MFCD 793]  Music

Posted by v3122 at July 31, 2010
Procol Harum - Home (1970) [MFSL, MFCD 793]

Procol Harum - Home (1970) [MFSL, MFCD 793]
Rock/Art-Rock | EAC Rip | Flac (Tracks) + Cue + Log | MP3 CBR 320Kbps | 9 Tracks
Scans Included | MFSL | MFCD 793 | ~232 + 111 Mb | 3% Recovery | HF + FS + SM

The fourth album by Procol Harum was released as the band was in the midst of a significant shift. With the departure of organist Matthew Fisher, guitarist Robin Trower stepped more to the fore. The two-keyboard approach was still being utilized, with singer Gary Brooker's piano being joined on some selections by the organ playing of multi-instrumentalist Chris Copping. However, the stately grandeur that had been previously applied with grace and subtlety gave way to a band that rocked much harder…
Deep Purple - In Concert With The London Symphony Orchestra (1999) {2001, Japan 1st press}

Deep Purple - In Concert With The London Symphony Orchestra (1999) {2001, Japan 1st press}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 817 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 306 Mb
Scans (JPG, 300 dpi) ~ 38 Mb | RAR 5% Recovery
Symphonic Rock, Hard Rock, Classic Rock, Classical Crossover | Polydor #POCP-7445/6

In Concert With The London Symphony Orchestra is a live album by British hard rock band Deep Purple, recorded on 25-26 September 1999 at the Royal Albert Hall in London with the London Symphony Orchestra, and released on 8 February, 2000 on Spitfire records. The album was a project started in 1999 by keyboardist Jon Lord, who sought to recreate the band's innovative 1969 album, Concerto for Group and Orchestra, of which the original score was lost. With the help of Marco de Goeij, a fan who was also a musicologist and composer, the two painstakingly recreated the lost score…
Elton John - Live In Australia With The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (1987)

Elton John - Live In Australia (1987)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Img) + Cue + Log ~ 471 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 200 Mb
Scans Included (JPG, 400 dpi) | RAR 5% Recovery
Pop Rock | MCA Records #MCAD-8022

The late '80s were wrought with equal measures of tremendous professional popularity and personal crisis for Elton John. As he would reveal later, this inspired double-LP live collection released in 1987 captures the artist at one of the best and worst times of his life. In fact, John cites the emotionally charged "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" and "Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word" as triggering what would become a "severe mental breakdown," the results of nearly a decade of substance-fueled decadence…
Deep Purple - In Concert With The London Symphony Orchestra (1999)

Deep Purple - In Concert With The London Symphony Orchestra (1999)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & M4A(Tracks) & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
2CD | Eagle, EAGCD124 | ~ 933 or 937 or 431 Mb | Scans Included
Hard Rock / Classic Rock / Classical Crossover | Enhanced CD

Deep Purple was the first band to note that heavy metal and classical music share a certain deluded grandeur and attempted to combine the two. While what resulted–specifically, their Concerto for Group and Orchestra–was pretty fearful stuff, it did, for better or for worse, pave the way for a generation of classically influenced heavy-rock bands: King Crimson, Yes, and Queen, among others…
Ray Charles - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony (2004) Repost

Ray Charles - In Concert With The Edmonton Symphony (2004)
Video: PAL, MPEG-2 at 6 535 Kbps, 720 x 576 (1.333) at 25.000 fps | Audio: AC-3 2 channels at 448 Kbps, AC-3 6 channels at 448 Kbps
Genre: Jazz, Soul | Label: Eagle Rock Entertainment Ltd | Copy: Untouched | Release Date: 21 Sep 2004 | Runtime: 48 min. | 2,68 GB (DVD5)

This January 27, 1981, Canadian concert from a 50-years-young Ray Charles was recorded with the Edmonton Symphony, also billed as the ITV Concert Orchestra when they were performing on the ITV television channel. The full band from Alberta became famous to pop fans a decade earlier when in 1971 they accompanied Procol Harum and had a big hit with a remake of Gary Brooker and company's "Conquistador" from that group's monster 1972 live release. With the ITV tag disguising them, the Edmonton Symphony got less acclaim for this marvelous effort than they did on the Procol Harum Top Five album.