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Procol Harum - Home - 1970 UK Regal Zonophone label 9-track Stereo LP - No Insert

€ 47
ArtistProcol Harum
TitleHome - 1970 UK Regal Zonophone label 9-track Stereo LP - No Insert
Price € 47
GenreRock & Pop
Record labelRegal Zonophone
Catalogue noSLRZ 1014
Year of release1970
GradingVG+ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG+ (Cover)
Stock listProcol Harum
Additional infoRare 1970 UK Regal Zonophone label 9-track stereo LP - British progressive/psychedelic rock bands fourth album - their first without bassist and organist Matthew Fisher David Knights... who was substituted by the remaining musicians' former bandmate bassist/organist Chris Copping from The Paramounts.

Home is Procol Harums hardest rocking album which displays '...some superb vocalizing by Gary Brooker' coming off as '...principally a showcase for Robin Trower's high-powered guitar and a rock-hard rhythm section, with B.J. Wilson only a little less animated than Ginger Baker on some of the music.' Bruce Eder, Allmusic

Vinyl has the generic silver printed red company labels - with top label 'Regal' and 'Zonophone' place in the mid-silver banner.
'Made In Gt. Britain' print at the very top of the label - just above 'The Gramophone Co. Ltd....' text.

Vinyl is housed in a Garrod & Lofthouse printed picture cover.

Condition: VG+ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG+ (Cover):
Vinyl is bright and shiny - has a few light and inaudible surface marks paired with a little light sleeve inflicted wear. Side 1 vinyl is a very nice VG+, Side 2 close to near mint/excellent.

Labels has a light degree of superficial spindlewear... a few handfuls of spindletraces placed within the centerring. Labels are graded close to near mint

Cover has top and lower front and back ringwear but otherwise very nice centers.
Cover has a few wrinkles from spine - seams are solid, but with just a little wear to top seam and spine - slightly more continuously so to lower seam. Opening edges have light rubbing.

Corners has only very light to a little rubbing - top opening corner a very minor dent - lower opening corner has a mild bend inflicting a little light corner wrinkle? a simply very nice cover displaying a few minor imperfections - graded VG+.


Side 1:
1. Whisky Train (Robin Trower, Keith Reid) 4:31
2. The Dead Man's Dream 4:46
3. Still There'll Be More 4:53
4. Nothing That I Didn't Know 3:38
5. About to Die (Robin Trower, Keith Reid) 3:35

Side 2:
1. Barnyard Story 2:46
2. Piggy Pig Pig 4:47
3. Whaling Stories 7:06
4. Your Own Choice 3:13

All songs written and composed by by Gary Brooker and Keith Reid except where noted

Recorded 1970 at EMI Studios, London
Pressed by The Gramophone Co. Ltd., Hayes, Middlesex


Chris Copping - organ, bass guitar
B.J. Wilson - drums
Robin Trower - guitar
Gary Brooker - piano and vocals
Keith Reid - lyrics

Technical Credits:
Chris Thomas - Production
Jeff Jarratt - Engineer

Helmut Hastenteufel - Sleeve Design