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  • Uriah Heep (band)

    Uriah Heep (band)

    • 9781155993362
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    Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 41. Chapters: Uriah Heep albums, Uriah Heep members, Uriah Heep songs, Uriah Heep discography, Ken Hensley, John Wetton, Roll Over Beethoven, Bob Daisley, John Lawton, Nigel Olsson, Trevor Bolder, Bernie Shaw, Lee Kerslake, The Gods, Chris Slade, Very 'Eavy. Very 'Umble, Demons and Wizards, Abominog, Conquest, Salisbury, Gary Thain, David Byron, Wake the Sleeper, Head First, The Magician's Birthday, Phil Lanzon, Mark Clarke, Firefly, Look at Yourself, Fallen Angel, John Sloman, John Sinclair, Lady in Black, Raging Silence, Mick Box, Peter Goalby, Return to Fantasy, High and Mighty, Different World, Celebration, Innocent Victim, Sweet Freedom, Equator, Wonderworld, Russell Gilbrook, Keith Baker, The Wizard, Into the Wild, Sea of Light, Sonic Origami, Spice, Sweet Lorraine, Colin Wood, Stealin', Paul Newton, Ian Clarke, July Morning, Gregg Dechert, Alex Napier, Bird of Prey. Excerpt: On this page you will find the complete discography of the progressive rock band Uriah Heep. Over the years they have released 23 studio albums, 13 live albums, 16 compilation albums, 27 UK singles and 17 videos. Kenneth William David Hensley (born 24 August 1945, Plumstead, South East London, England) is a keyboard (especially Hammond organ) player, guitarist, singer, songwriter and producer best known for his work with Uriah Heep during the 1970s. He wrote or cowrote the majority of Uriah Heep's songs during this period, including such hits as "Look at Yourself", "Lady in Black" (on both of which he also sang lead vocals), "Easy Livin'", "Stealin'" and "Free Me". Born in London, Hensley moved with his parents, three brothers and sister to Stevenage, Hertfordshire in 1945. He started to learn how to play guitar at the age of 12, from a Bert Weedon manual. His first gig was at The Mentmore Pen Factory, in Stevenage (September 1960). After that, he played with The Blue Notes, Ken And The Cousins and Kit And The Saracens (1962). In 1963, this band evolved into The Jimmy Brown Sound, and they even recorded some now lost songs. At this time, Hensley's first "professional" opportunity almost came about: they were going to back Ben E. King on a British visit, but it never happened. In Early 1965, Hensley lost his interest in soul music and formed a band called The Gods, with the young guitarist Mick Taylor, well known later for his work with The Rolling Stones. Ken wrote most of the material, sang and played the Hammond B3 organ (mainly because the band already had the talented Mick Taylor on guitar). What he didn't know then, was that he would be such an influential musician playing exactly the organ. The Gods' line-up included, at one time or another, vocalist and guitar/bass player Greg Lake (later of King Crimson and Emerson, Lake & Palmer), bass player Paul Newton (who would be later the first Uriah Heep bassist), drummer Lee Kerslake (later also of Heep), bassi
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