• Uriah Heep - Live
    (Bronze Records  1973  ISLD1)
    Matrix No's: A2/B2/A1/B1 - UK Pressing

    G&L Gatefold Sleeve in Excellent condition
    - couple of small marks at bottom on front and very top of spine has small split
    Booklet in Nr MINT condition & still attached
    Printed Inner Sleeve only for vinyl 1, other is plain white

    Double Vinyl in Excellent+ condition
    (there are some surface marks visible on the vinyl when held up to the light but they don't affect the sound quality apart from some light pops/crackles - a small scratch at very start of side one but is gone by the time the track starts)

    Uriah Heep are an English rock band formed in London in 1969. Their current lineup consists of lead and rhythm guitarist Mick Box, keyboardist Phil Lanzon, lead vocalist Bernie Shaw, drummer Russell Gilbrook, and bassist Dave Rimmer. They have experienced numerous lineup changes throughout their 53-year career, leaving Box as the only remaining original member. Notable former members of the band are vocalists David Byron, John Lawton, John Sloman, Peter Goalby, and Steff Fontaine, bassists Gary Thain, Trevor Bolder, John Wetton, Bob Daisley, Paul Newton, and John Jowitt, drummers Nigel Olsson, Lee Kerslake and Chris Slade, and keyboardists Ken Hensley and John Sinclair.

    Uriah Heep were part of the early 1970s rock scene, and have been referred to as pioneers of the hard rock, heavy metal and progressive rock genres. The band has sold over 40 million albums worldwide with over four million sales in the U.S, where its best-known songs include "Gypsy", "Easy Livin'", "The Wizard", "Sweet Lorraine", and "Stealin'". They also maintain a significant following and perform at arena-sized venues in the Balkans, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Russia, Finland and Scandinavia.

    Uriah Heep have released twenty-four studio albums of original material, twenty live albums and forty-one compilation albums (including two greatest hits albums). Twelve of the band's studio albums have made it to the UK Albums Chart (Return to Fantasy reached No. 7 in 1975), while of the fifteen Billboard 200 Uriah Heep albums, Demons and Wizards was the most successful (No. 23, 1972). In the late 1970s the band had massive success in Germany, where the "Lady in Black" single was a big hit.

    Uriah Heep Live is a 1973 double live album by British rock group Uriah Heep. In addition to a live version of the band's hit "Easy Livin'", the record included classic live cuts such as "Sweet Lorraine", "Sunrise" and an extended live version of "July Morning". While the band was on tour in the United States, the album reached #13 in the UK charts.

    The original album packaging was a lavish affair, typical of the early 1970s, with a gatefold sleeve and with centre pages featuring photographs of the band members.

    Uriah Heep Live was the band's first live album, and their third US gold album. Mercury Records initially released the album on CD without the medley, due to time constraints. This was later restored on the 2004 Sanctuary release.

    The album was recorded by the Pye Mobile Unit, with Alan Perkins as engineer.

    Uriah Heep Live was certified Gold by the RIAA on 12 October 1973.

    Track listing

    Side One

    1. "Sunrise" (3:50)
    2. "Sweet Lorraine" (4:27)
    3. "Traveller in Time" (3:20)
    4. "Easy Livin'" (2:43)

    Side Two

    1. "July Morning" (11:23)
    2. "Tears in My Eyes" (4:34)

    Side Three

    1. "Gypsy" (13:32)
    2. "Circle of Hands" (8:47)

    Side Four

    1. "Look at Yourself" (7:29)
    2. "The Magician's Birthday" (1:15)
    3. "Love Machine" (3:07)
    4. "Rock 'n' Roll Medley: Roll Over Beethoven/Blue Suede Shoes/Mean Woman Blues/Hound Dog/At The Hop/Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" (8:17)


    • David Byron – vocals
    • Mick Box – guitar, vocals
    • Ken Hensley – keyboards, vocals
    • Gary Thain – bass guitar, vocals
    • Lee Kerslake – drums, vocals

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