Powered by the runaway success of their debut single "A Whiter Shade Of Pale," Procol Harum went on to help define the progressive rock genre while at the same time embracing their roots in blues and soul. Hailed as one of the finest albums of their trailblazing career, 1970's Home followed in the wake of Procol Harum (1967), Shine on Brightly (1968) and A Salty Dog (1969) and served as their fourth album in less than three years time. Produced by Chris Thomas, it saw the exquisite songwriting team of frontman Gary Brooker and lyricist Keith Reid reach brand new heights on epics like "The Dead Man's Dreamm" "Whaling Stories" and "About to Die." Home also happened to capture a fully realized new line-up featuring Brooker (vocals, piano), Chris Copping (bass, organ), Robin Trower (lead guitar), and B.J. Wilson (drums). 180g vinyl with remastered audio and 4 page insert.