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Spice to Uriah Heep — The Transition

An article from the CD booklet “Uriah Heep — The Lansdowne Tapes” (1993) Spice to Uriah Heep — The Transition |  Uriah Heep — The Lansdowne Tapes (1993) | Previously Unreleased

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Very ‘Eavy… Very ‘Umble: original liner notes

Original liner notes by Ken Hensley. Uriah Heep — Very ‘Eavy… Very ‘Umble The letters LP could well mean “Large Problem” for that is what faced everybody involved in making this

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Uriah Heep — Salisbury (1971)

Uriah Heep’s second album, “Salisbury”, was recorded between October and November at Lansdowne Studios, London, and released in February 1971 by Vertigo (later re-released by Bronze Records). Musically the

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Uriah Heep — Very ‘Eavy… Very ‘Umble (1970)

“Very ‘Eavy… Very ‘Umble” is the debut album of the band who started to work on it while still being called Spice and later turned to Uriah Heep, when

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