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Uriah Heep - Look At Yourself CD (album) cover


Uriah Heep


Heavy Prog

4.12 | 654 ratings

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4 stars My brother played this album to death in the early 70s, but it was this repetition that allowed me to get used to and accept, even like, some of the "heavy metal" albums coming out at this time. Three songs, including the title song, "Look at Yourself" (5:07) (9/10), "Tears in My Eyes" (5:02) (10/10) and the prog epic "July Morning" (10:38) (9/10) have stood out for me from that time and all three continue to evoke strong emotion in me as well as great appreciation. David BYRON's lead vocals are quite iconic--he set the bar for many vocalists--and Ken HENSLEY's organ work is distinctive and engaging throughout, and lead guitarist Mick BOX is no slouch! Mick is probably one of those qualifiers for "under-appreciated" polls and discussions. Anyway, this is my second favorite Uriah Heep album from the classic rock era and I am very glad they have been included in the ProgArchives database as they were quite creative and artistic in their composition and expressive style.
BrufordFreak | 4/5 |


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