After the rhythm & blues band The Paramounts disbanded in 1966, singer Gary Brooker helped form Procol Harum early in 1967. In July that year, the band got their first #1 hit A Whiter Shade of Pale, co-written by Brooker & Reid, becoming one of the first real "symphonic rock" songs. A lot of albums and singles were released afterwards, but never enjoyed the success of their first single.
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|Members:||Alan Cartwright, B.J. Wilson, Bobby Harrison, Chris Copping, Dave Ball (2), Dave Bronze, David Knights, David Murray Oates, Gary Brooker, Geoff Dunn, Geoff Whitehorn, Josh Phillips, Keith Reid, Mark Brzezicki, Matt Pegg, Matthew Fisher, Mick Grabham, Peter Solley, Ray Royer, Robin Trower|
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