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Live In Europe 1979 Import


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Page Artiste Uriah Heep


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  • CD (23 février 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 2
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sba
  • ASIN : B00003Q41Q
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9d263960) étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires
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HASH(0x9dc813d8) étoiles sur 5 one of the greatest live cd's I've ever heard. 6 novembre 2000
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Format: CD
I can't say I've heard alot of live cd's. The most of it is led zeppelin or deep purple. But when I read in one of the reviews for a live deep purple cd a band named uriah heep was mentioned. They were described as being similar to deep purple, one even described them as the poor mans deep purple, I disagree. As before I have only listened to this live cd with uriah heep but I have to say I'm very enthusiastic about this band. They have now taken over the second place of my favorite bands. Number one being led zeppelin and the former number two deep purple. If you want to check out british rock than don't look over uriah heep.
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HASH(0x9d41424c) étoiles sur 5 Good for what it is... 27 août 2004
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Format: CD
Recorded during the "Fallen Angel" tour, this is a good representation of the Lawton-era lineup in concert. High points: all of the material originally recorded by that lineup is excellent; particularly fun is an extended version of "Who Needs Me". Low points: Lawton butchers most of the Byron-era material, oversinging it, and losing all the subtlety and sense of dynamics that Byron originally brought to it.
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HASH(0x9d4142ac) étoiles sur 5 Better than expected but still not great 19 janvier 2008
Par kireviewer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is teken from Uriah Heep's tour of Europe in 1979. The first CD release came out in 1987 (I don't know if it ever was released as a LP). The 1987 release was a single CD with a cheap looking cover. This CD has a number of "bonus tracks". The total playing time is 115 minutes.

The biggest problem with this CD is that the sound quality is poor. It is not the worst live CD out there. It is not as bad as Black Sabbath's Live At Last or Hawkwind's Early Daze. But, it is still not what would be expected from a professional release.

The bass is particularly bad. It does not sound like it was recorded off of the sound board, but more like the echo off of the back of the auditorium. In places, the keyboards and guitar are drowned out. What is good is that there is not much audience noise. What is bad is that the audience is not loud enough during the audience participation parts.

This is the 1979 version of Uriah Heep with John Lawton (fomerly of Lucifer's Friend) on vocals. He is OK in parts, but does not do so well in other parts. He certainly cannot sing the old classic songs as well as David Byron did. The bassist is Trevor Bolder, who played on many David Bowie albums. He can be a dominate player in parts and brings a different sound to the band at times.

The performance on this CD is not as good as earlier Heep, such as the 1973 live album. But, there are some very good moments on ths set.

The two best things are a 12 minute Sweet Lorraine and an 8 minute Lady In Black. The funny thing about these songs is that they are sing along's. It is kind of annoying, but it is also the only times the band really opens up and connects with the audience.

Look At Yourself, Who Needs Me and Wizard are all very nice.

The band does a mediocre to horrible job on some of the classics like July Morning and especially Gypsy. That one of the things that makes this CD not very good. Many of the songs are on the earlier 1973 Live album and are done much better. Why do we need another version of these songs, especially when the band is just going through the motions.

Most of the bonus material on the CD are the same songs, just taken from different concerts. There is not much difference between the different versions of the song. Lady in Black from a January show sounds pretty much like the Lady in Black from a March show. The only realy difference is the bonus version of Gypsy. It sounds like the group is going into a jam, but it just starts to fade out after 3 minutes.

Many of the new songs are just not that good. Cheat N Lie starts out really good, but the chorus is pretty bland and popish.

Uriah Heep has always been a follower and a group trying to find its voice. The members of the group have admitted this in the past. There have been a Deep Purple clone right down to the make up of the group (five piece group with drums, guitar, bass, keyboards and vocalist). They dabbled in copying Pink Floyd (Salisbury is thier take on Atom Heart Mother) and other groups. The new songs have a touch of Grand Funk Railroad and Boston.

I may sound rough, but I have always been a fan. They aren't the best progressive heavy metal band, but they still can put out some good stuff. I still think Salisbury is one of the better long songs in rock history.

I would give this CD 3 stars for peformance, but knock it down to 2 for the poor sound quality.
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