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  • Uriah Heep — Return To Fantasy (1975)

    The eighth studio album of Uriah Heep is exactly what the title says — i.e. their return to the fantasy concept that brought fame to the band in 1972 and from which they decided to distance themselves ‘for security reasons’ in 1973. A touch of fantasy and mysticism in the lyrics in addition to great …

  • Uriah Heep — Wonderworld (1974)

    The seventh studio album was recorded by Uriah Heep at Musicland Studios, Munich. The band worked there between January and March 1974. “Wonderworld” was released in April 1974 by Bronze Records and charted for three weeks in the UK (peak position No. 23) and for 15 weeks in the US (peak position at No. 38)*. …

  • Uriah Heep — Live At Shepperton ’74

    The original recording of the concert that took place on March 14, 1974 at Shepperton film studios. Audio recording was made along with the video footage, as the concert was planned to be broadcasted on American TV show, “Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert”. The date of the actual broadcast is September 30, 1974.

  • Uriah Heep — King Biscuit Flower Hour

    This is a live recording of the concert that took place in San Diego, USA, in February 1974, for the “King Biscuit Flower Hour” radio show. The recording was released for the first time on CD in 1997 and later was re-issued with different covers.

  • Uriah Heep — Sweet Freedom (1973)

    Uriah Heep worked on their sixth studio album in France: in June 1973 they went to Chateau D’Herouville Studios to start recording new songs. The album was released in September 1973 by Bronze Records (UK release) and Uriah Heep’s new label in America, Warner Brothers. “Sweet Freedom” charted both in the UK and the US, …