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Uriah Heep


Heavy Prog

4.12 | 654 ratings

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4 stars With heavy rock tones, URIAH HEEP's third release "Look At Yourself" truly marked their entrance into the world of prog rock. Of course URIAH HEEP were always more about rock than prog but managed to teeter on the border throughout their career. "Look At Yourself" offers some of Hensley's finest keyboard work as well as standout guitar work of Mick Box. This album carries a slight underground early 70's vibe but does offers superb sound quality at the same time. David Byron's vocals work to perfection on this album a carry that strong rock tinge to them. There are a couple of guests as well with Manfred MANN adding some scrumptious mini moog on "July Morning" and "Osibisa" assist on the title track "Look At Yourself". Prog rock fans might find it interesting that Ian Clarke (Ex CRESSIDA) takes primeship for the drumming on this album as well. Overall a heavy dose or early rock with progressive tinges makes this still one of my favourite URIAH HEEP albums.
loserboy | 4/5 |


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