What are the best albums by Uriah Heep? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Uriah Heep is ranked number 579 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 3,933. Members who like this artist also like: Deep Purple, The Who and Genesis.
The Best of Uriah Heep (also known as Best o. is the title of the most successful compilation album by the British rock band Uriah Heep.
1971 - Look At Yourself. 1972 - Demons And Wizards. 1972 - The Magician& Birthday. 1973 - Sweet Freedom.
Uriah Heep’s third album was issued in a clever mirror- embossed sleeve that allowed potential purchasers to follow the instruction implied in its title. Though the band had already honed a sound they were happy with, three members of Bronze label-mates Osibisa were cajoled into providing the frantic percussive climax of the album’s title track. Energised by new drummer Russell Gilbrook, who took over from the ailing Lee Kerslake, once again Heep responded to adversity in the best possible manner.
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Part 2 chronicles the band's post-Byronic efforts, sampling everything from Firefly to Different World, with a pair of unreleased live tracks from 1980 thrown in for good measure. Equator is skipped over because of a licensing issue. It's no secret that Uriah Heep's albums after David Byron's departure were uneven, a problem exacerbated by frequent lineup changes (including four vocalists: John Lawton, John Sloman, Peter Goalby, and Bernie Shaw) Part 2 minimizes that problem by drawing the best tracks from those albums, some of which (Firefly,.
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Drums – Alex Napier
|A2||Bird Of Prey
Drums – Keith BakerMellotron – Ken Hensley
Drums – Ian ClarkeSynthesizer [Moog] – Manfred Mann
|A4||Look At Yourself
Drums – Ian ClarkePercussion – Loughty Amao, Mac Tontoh, Teddy Osei
Synthesizer [Moog], Guitar – Ken Hensley
Vocals – Lee Kerslake
|B5||Lady In Black
Acoustic Guitar – Mick BoxDrums – Keith BakerMellotron, Acoustic Guitar – Ken Hensley
|B6||Return To Fantasy
Bass, Vocals – John WettonSynthesizer, Guitar – Ken HensleyVocals – Lee Kerslake
- Record Company – Ariola Eurodisc GmbH
- Recorded At – Lansdowne Studios
- Recorded At – Studio Hérouville
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bronze Records Ltd.
- Licensed To – Island Records Ltd.
- Published By – Sidney Bron Music Co. Ltd.
- Bass – Gary Thain (tracks: B1 to B4), Paul Newton (tracks: A1 to A4, B5)
- Drums – Lee Kerslake (tracks: B1 to B4, B6)
- Engineer – Peter Gallen
- Lead Guitar – Mick Box
- Lead Vocals – David Byron (tracks: A1 to A4, B6)
- Organ – Ken Hensley (tracks: A1 to B4, B6)
- Producer – Gerry Bron
- Vocals – David Byron (tracks: B1 to B5), Ken Hensley (tracks: A1 to B2, B4 to B6), Mick Box (tracks: A1, A2, B5)
NotesA1: from Very 'Eavy Very 'Umble 85690 ET, Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London, early 1970 ℗1970
A2: from Salisbury 85 691 ET, Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London, October/November 1970 ℗1970
A3: from Look At Yourself 85703 XOT, Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London, July 1971 ℗1971
A4: from Look At Yourself 85703 XOT, Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London, July 1971 ℗1971
B1: from Demons And Wizards 86 185 XOT, Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London, March/April 1972 ℗1972
B2: from Demons And Wizards 86 185 XOT, Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London, March/April 1972 ℗1972
B3: from The Magicians Birthday 86 456 XOT, Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London, September/October 1972 ℗1972
B4: from Sweet Freedom 87 232 XOT, Recorded at the Chateau d'Herouville, France, June/July 1973 ℗1973
B5: from Salisbury 85691 ET, Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London, October/November 1970 ℗1970
B6 from Return To Fantasy , Recorded at Lansdowne Studios, London, Spring 1975 ℗1975
℗ 1975 Bronze Records Ltd.
Printed in Western Germany
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- Rights Society: GEMA
|89 600 XOT||Uriah Heep||The Best Of... (LP, Comp)||Bronze||89 600 XOT||Germany||1975|
|28.784-1||Uriah Heep||The Best Of... (LP, Comp)||Bronze||28.784-1||Spain||1976|
|68 531 3||Uriah Heep||The Best Of... (Cass, Comp, Club)||Bronze||68 531 3||Germany||1975|
|LSB - 73042, ILPS 9375||Uriah Heep||The Best Of... (LP, Comp)||Jugoton, Bronze||LSB - 73042, ILPS 9375||Yugoslavia||1976|
|BM-326||Uriah Heep||The Best Of... (Cass, Comp, Unofficial)||Baron Music||BM-326||Poland||Unknown|