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English rock band Procol Harum recorded Shine On Brightly in 1967 and 1968 in London, and released it on A&M in September 1968. Denny Cordell produced. The record clocks in at 39 minutes and 9 seconds. It's considered an early example of progressive rock, and usually gets classified in the genres of progressive, art, and/or psychedelic rock.
The album's single, "Quite Rightly So," failed to repeat the success of Procol Harum's first two singles ("A Whiter Shade of Pale" and "Homburg"), but the album was a commercial success in the United States, outperforming their first album. It didn't chart in the band's home country, but reached #26 in Canada.