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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Bird Of Prey
2. Time To Live
3. Look At Yourself
4. Lady In Black
5. Salisbury
6. Tears In My Eyes
7. Gypsy
8. I'll Keep On Trying
9. Here Am I
10. July Morning
11. What Should Be Done
12. Simon The Bullet Freak
13. Dreammare
14. Wake Up (Set Your Sights)
15. Come Away Melinda

Total Time 95:10

Line-up / Musicians

- David Byron / lead vocals
- Ken Hensley / keyboards, guitars, vocals
- Mick Box / guitars, vocals
- Paul Newton / bass, vocals
- Alex Napier, Ollie Olssen, Keith Baker, Ian Clarke / drums on different tracks

- Colin Wood / keyboards (14, 15)
- Brass and woodwinds on Salisbury arranged by John Fiddy

Releases information

DVD-Audio Classic Rock Productions Ltd. CRP1674 2004

Featuring previously unreleased alternative versions of Heep classics from the original studio recording sessions. Remixed for 5.1 surround sound from the original master tapes (recorded in 1970 - 71).

Sound options: stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS 5.1.
Plays on all DVD players.

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