Uriah Heep (Official Thread)

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Beep have reunited with past members and played Moscow, I have seen it mentioned that they have made history but I believe I saw them in London a number of years ago in London when they reunited with past members and it was fantastic. Apparently they have not done it over here because no one has asked them.

I find that hard to believe as I used to pay for gold and silver tickets to pay them to do a show and record it, I have seen them many times and met them so there is still plenty of opportunity to play in this country and plenty of fans that will pay.

This reunion didn't include Lawton, sadly.

I have nothing against the current line-up, but I'd love a full reunion/new album from Box/Lawton/Hensley/Kerslake/(bass player to be named later).

None of them are young men, and that's as close to the classic era as they could get. At least they could finish all the 5 Miles/10 Miles session tracks.
 

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@joker1961 I agree that the first 5 Studio albums are the cream of the Heep. I would also add that Uriah Heep Live 73 is an AMAZINGLY awesome album and one my all time favorite live recordings , period.

thanks dude I`ll check them out...
 

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well I`m now in the club thanks to my good buddies @Sweaty and @Vader. I brought the first five albums on vinyl a couple of days ago awesome ROCK...
 

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well I`m now in the club thanks to my good buddies @Sweaty and @Vader. I brought the first five albums on vinyl a couple of days ago awesome ROCK...

Nice, I have all those on vinyl plus Sweet Freedom, Wonderworld, and Return To Fantasy...plus the one and only URIAH HEEP ~ LIVE 73.

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Nice, I have all those on vinyl plus Sweet Freedom, Wonderworld, and Return To Fantasy...plus the one and only URIAH HEEP ~ LIVE 73.

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nice I`ll look out for them dude...
 

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How many guitar slingers would I like to put in my top ten, you just can't fit 'em all in. Mick Box is up there for me. He does the job and more, he's got all the necessary chops a class rock act.

Stealin
 

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How many guitar slingers would I like to put in my top ten, you just can't fit 'em all in. Mick Box is up there for me. He does the job and more, he's got all the necessary chops a class rock act.

Stealin

he surely is a great guitarist there are an amazing amount of awesome other guitarist in most of us here, I like them guitar gods whom make a lot of noise
:bow::bow:
 

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he surely is a great guitarist there are an amazing amount of awesome other guitarist in most of us here, I like them guitar gods whom make a lot of noise
:bow::bow:

I see the same greats topping the "official" lists in the mags ect. and that's fine but it makes me wonder about an alternative list of guitar wizards that perhaps don't always get a mention. People like Mick Ronson, Robbie Robertson, Gary Rossington, Steve Hackett, Paul Kossoff, Roy Buchanan, Martin Barre, Andy Powell, Jan Ackerman etc. You could just go on and on.:D
 
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I see the same greats topping the "official" lists in the mags ect. and that's fine but it makes me wonder about an alternative list of guitar wizards that perhaps don't always get a mention. People like Mick Ronson, Robbie Robertson, Gary Rossington, Steve Hackett, Paul Kossoff, Roy Buchanan, Martin Barre, Andy Powell, Jan Ackerman etc. You could just go on and on.:D

its the same old same there are some marvellous guitarist whom should be listed but aren't like Snowy White, Audley Freed, Marc Ford or Seasick Steve among many others. do you like " Jimmy Herrring " is bands are:
Jazz Is Dead
Project Z
Widespread Panic.
there are a few other projects his in...
 

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