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LIVE IN KAWASAKI, JAPAN 2010 (OFFICIAL BOOTLEG VOLUME III)

Uriah Heep

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4 stars ''Demons and Wizards'' live and many more.

Since 2000 URIAH HEEP released lots of live albums and it's not so easy to navigate in this ''sea of light''. After awfully recorded ''Live in Budapest (Official Bootleg Volume II)'' I started thinking that I've probably had enough. But never say never - here comes another live record with ''Demons and Wizards'' album played in its entirety and in original running order. How could I resist?

What can I say? Worth every penny (cent, rouble or whatever you have in your pocket). Great concert, great sound, good set of old and new songs. URIAH HEEP were always a strong live band, playing every gig like there is no tomorrow. But this Japanese concert is very special. Add nice slide guitar work of Mickey Moody (ex-Whitesnake) in some songs and Phil Lanzon's grand piano in ''Rain'' to the power of the band and you'll get the picture.

''Live in Kawasaki'' is the record the band can be proud of. And one of the better choices for you. Highly recommended.

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