Procol Harum – Exotic Birds And Fruit LP

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Label: Chrysalis – CHR 1058
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Country: Sweden
Released:
Genre: Rock
Style: Symphonic Rock

Kappaleet

 A1 Nothing But The Truth
A2 Beyond The Pale
A3 As Strong As Samson
Steel Guitar – B.J. Cole*
A4 The Idol
B1 The Thin End Of The Wedge
B2 Monsieur R. Monde
B3 Fresh Fruit
B4 Butterfly Boys
B5 New Lamps For Old

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Media Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exotic_Birds_and_Fruit

Exotic Birds and Fruit is the seventh full-length studio album by British progressive rock band Procol Harum. It was released in 1974. The cover artwork for the album is by Jakob Bogdani, a noted Hungarian artist whose paintings centred on exotic birds and fruit.

In Argentina, the album was titled Pájaros Y Frutas Exóticas (literally translated as "Birds and Exotic Fruit").

Collaborating again with producer Chris Thomas, Procol Harum recorded the album at George Martin's Air London Studios in London. According to singer/songwriter/piano player and bandleader Gary Brooker, the album was recorded in reaction to the two preceding albums which used extensive orchestration. Brooker stated, "We made the live album with an orchestra. We'd then taken the orchestra into the studio for 'Grand Hotel'...we'd had enough of orchestras".[3]

The album features the song "Butterfly Boys", written about the founders of the band's record label at the time, Chrysalis. The band were unhappy with the terms of their contract and expressed that frustration in song.

Reception

Exotic Birds and Fruit met with a good critical reception[4] but only rose to No. 86 on the Billboard album charts.[5] In Denmark, it peaked at #9 upon release, and in early 1975 it re-entered the Top 20 peaking at #19.[6] The album was preceded by the single release of the opening track, "Nothing but the Truth", backed with the single-only B-side track "Drunk Again".

Personnel

Procol Harum

Production


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