Uriah Heep - The Collection download album
The Ultimate Collection is a compilation album released by English rock group Uriah Heep. It features songs from their debut album Very 'Eavy. Very 'Umble through their 1991 album Different World. Gypsy" (Mick Box, David Byron) - 6:38. Come Away Melinda" (Fred Hellerman, Fran Minkoff) - 3:47. Bird of Prey" (Box, Byron, Ken Hensley, Paul Newton) - 4:12. Lady in Black" (Hensley) - 4:42. Look at Yourself" (Hensley) - 5:08. July Morning" (Byron, Hensley) - 10:32.
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Performer: Uriah Heep Album: The Ultimate Collection Label: Sanctuary Records Catalog Sandd189. Uriah Heep - Look At Yourself 06. Uriah Heep - July Morning 07. Uriah Heep - The Wizard 08. Uriah Heep - Easy Livin' 09. Uriah Heep - Sunrise 10.
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Поиск: Back to the page of Uriah Heep. Wake Up (Set Your Sights). Bonustracks (Re-Issue 2004). 9. Bird of Prey (. Album Version). 10. Born in a Drunk (Unreleased Vocal Version). 11. Come Away Melinda (Unreleased Version).
This double-disc collection covers the glory years of Uriah Heep extensively, with all the main cuts by the David Byron/Mick Box/Ken Hensley/Gary Thain/Lee Kerslake version of the group as well as earlier and later material. Chances are that serious Heep fans will have everything here, so this serves as more of an introduction for the new convert