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Uriah Heep


Heavy Prog

4.07 | 751 ratings

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4 stars Apart from their "Uriah Heep Live January 1973" album, I think that this is their most important album, because at last they had a very good line-up with new members drummer Lee Kerslake and bassist Gary Thain. This line-up was the most popular and with this line-up they were at their peak, IMO. Also this album has one of their best songs, "Circle of Hands", maybe the most important song among their Fans everywhere. This album also has other important songs from URIAH HEEP: "Easy Livin`" (with great bass playing by Gary Thain), "Traveller in Time", "The Wizard" (composed and recorded with bassist Mark Clarke, who stayed in the band for a few months before Thain joined the band) and "The Spell". Their next studio album, "The Magician`s Birthday" , also was very important, but I prefer this album.
Guillermo | 4/5 |


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