Category: Rock

Piggy Pig Pig - Procol Harum - Home (CD, Album)

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  1. On no song is this more evident than "Piggy, Pig, Pig" which is off the "HOME" album (one of their VERY Best). The song symbolizes indominable determination to walk through the most vile, difficult and horrific surroundings and get to victory with the knowledge that although the winds are raging, God is visible to us far aloft, and cannot be influenced by mere mortals.
  2. Procol Harum - Piggy Pig Pig ( Remaster) Lyrics. Wash yourself and see your sorrow, make every pitcher clean Take a mop to swab the floor and destroy the evil dream Counting houses full of.
  3. Home was Procol Harum's fourth album, which gave the band breathing space after the majestic A Salty Dog. Home was their first album without Mathew Fisher, whose hallmark organ sound has graced the first three Procol albums, and of course was such a feature of A Whiter Shade of Pale.
  4. Home () is a Studio album by Procol Harum. Genres: Progressive Rock, Art Rock. Songs: Whisky Train, The Dead Man's Dream, Still There'll Be More, Nothing That I Didn't Know, About to Die.
  5. Das CD-Album "Home" von Procol Harum () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.
  6. Piggy Pig Pig (Brooker-Reid) This is actually a semitone higher on the recording but this key is slightly easier for guitar. |D / / /|G(D bass) / D /|B7b9 / B7| |Am(E bass) / Em /|C#7b9 / C#.
  7. CD, Album, Remastered. Country: UK. Released: Genre: Rock. Style: Classic Rock, Symphonic Rock/5(7).
  8. The group's hardest-rocking classic album is, beyond some superb vocalizing by Gary Brooker, principally a showcase for Robin Trower's high-powered guitar and a rock-hard rhythm section, with B.J. Wilson only a little less animated than Ginger Baker on some of the music. Procol Harum had a split personality by this time, the band juxtaposing straight-ahead rock & roll numbers like "Still There.

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