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A Salty Dog

Procol Harum

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1.1
A Salty Dog
Procol Harum; Gary Brooker
4:32
1.2
The Milk Of Human Kindness
Procol Harum
3:44
1.3
Too Much Between Us
Procol Harum
3:42
1.4
The Devil Came From Kansas
Procol Harum
4:35
1.5
Boredom
Procol Harum
4:27
1.6
Juicy John Pink
Procol Harum
2:04
1.7
Wreck Of The Hesperus
Procol Harum
3:46
1.8
All This And More
Procol Harum
3:49
1.9
Crucifiction Land
Procol Harum
4:59
1.10
Pilgrims Progress
Procol Harum
4:30
Total Playing Time    40:08
A Salty Dog is the third studio album by English progressive rock band Procol Harum, released in 1969 by record labels Regal Zonophone and A&M. The album has an ostensibly nautical theme, as indicated by its cover (a pastiche of the famous Player's Navy Cut cigarette pack). Interspersed with straight rock, blues and pop items, A Salty Dog showed a slight change of direction from its predecessors, being thematically less obscure. The title track itself was the first Procol track to use an orchestra, as would be referred to in the live album performance released some three years later. The album was the first record produced by Matthew Fisher, who quit the band soon after its release. This was also the last Procol Harum album to feature bass guitarist Dave Knights.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – A&M Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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