|Jeremy Gilien, voice and all instruments
I still haven't recorded a Procol Harum song for
a Palers' Project CD, so if I am fortunate enough to be included
on the fourth and final collection I really must make it a
priority to do so.
This time, though, I have turned from Fisher to Brooker, and have tried my hand at my favourite song on Lead Me To The Water.
Last time out I tried to Procolize Fisher's Cold Harbour Lane with a lot of stately piano and organ.
Not so this time with the Brooker offering. No Hammond or piano at all here, only a few touches of synth for orchestration. However, the Procol influence is not entirely absent, and the pizzicato strings during the instrumental break owe more than a bit to Luskus Delph.
Ensoniq MR76 workstation for drums, bass,
and keyboard sounds