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Official Bootleg 3: Live in Kawasaki Japan 2010

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Originally founded by sadly missed vocalist David Byron and guitarist Mick Box by now Uriah Heep has often been referred as 'one of the greatest bands from the '70s.' A definition that with no doubt tells one side of the story of this magnificent band that together with more rewarded Black Sabbath, Deep Purple and Led Zepplin have been defined the undisputed inventors of Hard Rock.

But in contrast to these other great bands, Uriah Heep have always been mainly focused on the flowery and melodic aspect of the genre. Many of Uriah Heep's songs sparkle due to sophisticated songwriting, fascinating harmony backing vocals and unexcelled catchy melodies.

During the years the band ran through an amazing number of reformations, with Mick Box always at the helm, supported by the great talent of ex-Bowie/Ziggy band Trevor Bolder on bass who shared most of the Uriah Heep history with him.

Like all bands, Uriah Heep went through highs and lows but their audience never stopped loving them, probably because Uriah Heepy music never let them down and remained at high levels even in the darkest moments.

In their 40-year musical career Uriah Heep successfully released 21 studio albums. Altogether, their records sold more than 30 million units worldwide.

Today's line-up is Mick Box (guitar/vocals), Bernie Shaw (lead vocal), Trevor Bolder (bass), Phil Lanzon (keyboard/vocals) and Russell Gillbrook (percussion/vocals). With the exception of the new extraordinary drummer Gilbrook, this line-up is by far the most enduring of all.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 2, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rocket Science
  • ASIN: B00545KX5S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,613 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Having been a Uriah Heep fan since the mid-70s I've been disappointed by some of their releases; disappointed by some of the lineup changes; frustrated by always missing them in concert one place while I had commitments to be elsewhere (in the immortal words of Maxwell Smart: "Missed it by that much!").

Well, Wake The Sleeper came out and I got it and loved it. My interest in Uriah Heep never died, but it did occasionally sit on the back-burner. Wake The Sleeper brought my interest straight back front and center! So 30-some years after becoming a fan, I finally got a chance to see them in concert. I never got to see them with David Byron, Ken Hensley, Gary Thain, or Lee Kerslake, but they still had Mick Box.

This lineup is (arguably) as good as any Uriah Heep every assembled. I took my son (24 years old - he's heard about Uriah Heep his entire life) and he loved the show. When they opened with 'Wake The Sleeper' I about went bonkers. It sounded great and it's hard to imagine that Byron had much more presence than Bernie Shaw. Phil Lanzon is a quite capable keyboardist. Trevor Bolder? What can you say about a guy who was the bass player in Bowie's Spiders From Mars for a time? Russell Gilbrook appears to have made it his mission in life to beat every drum set he sees into submission.

Mick Box? He's just cool. A friend described my reaction to a Mick Box lead as "...the warm fuzzies..." No idea what he was talking about, but I love listening to the guy play. As much as I love hearing him, seeing him (finally) beats that by a couple of miles.
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Outstanding!! Uriah Heep is still going strong after 41 years. On this CD they replay the entire Demons and Wizards lp from 1972 live, plus other classic Heep songs. This is a must have for all Heep fans. The only recording of D&W played live entirely. Great sound, great job by one of the hardest working, still touring bands from the 70s.
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Full of new soon to be classic Heep songs and the good old classic Heep songs this album IS classic Heep. Hearing the live versions of the songs from Wake the Sleeper to the entire Demons and Wizards album just shows how this band of middle-aged rockers stay young. Bernie does his best Byron falsetto during the Demons set. Mick just his usual fantastic self throughout. Russel re-vitalizes the skins on the old songs. The old Hammond sounds are alive with Phil, and what can you say about Trevor, one of the best bassists of all time. These guys haven't lost a beat!
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As an old old Uriah Heep fan, I am having a blast rediscovering them. At one time I gave up on digital UH a while back, when the original live album left off the 50's medley at the end. The new band members add a new life to some great classics. I am a reborn Uriah Heep fan!
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This is not a typical adequate sounding bootleg recording, or what they call a live recording today, which is often less than excellently performed because they don't bother to go in the studio fix a few bum chords or bad leads that every live performance has.

Contains all the exhuberance of a live recording with any sound or performance problems fixed in the studio.

The addition of Micky Moody on slide guitar is an asset and contains various material of Heep through the years

This is a welcome addition to anyone wanting to hear Demons and Wizards performed in its entirety
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