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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 89

2024-04-29 16:49

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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 89

Welcome back to the second installment of the week dedicated to Uriah Heep.

Welcome back to the second appointment of the week dedicated to Uriah Heep.


Amidst a personal crisis, Mick Box decides to contact Lee Kerslake, the former drummer of Uriah Heep who had meanwhile co-founded Blizzard of Ozz with Ozzy Osbourne. Kerslake brings along bassist Bob Daisley, and John Sinclair, whom Box had known from their time with the Heavy Metal Kids, also joins. The new singer of the band becomes Peter Goalby, from Trapeze, despite a previous unsuccessful audition for Uriah Heep: the new lineup produces "Abominog", produced by Ashley Howe. The album receives positive reviews from critics and also achieves success on American charts. Subsequently, with "Head First", maintaining the same sound, the band keeps the attention of young heavy metal fans alive. During this period, Uriah Heep tours the United States in support of bands like Rush, Judas Priest, and Def Leppard. However, the band's management undergoes changes, with Gerry Bron stepping down from his role as manager. Despite this, the band continues to tour worldwide, especially in Asia and South America. Amidst lineup changes and contractual issues, Uriah Heep faces a difficult phase in the early '90s, with albums failing to achieve the hoped-for success. The only bright spot in 1995 is the album "Sea of Light", with which the band rediscovers its creative vein and earns critical acclaim.


Today's listening is the track that opens this very album, here's "Against the Odds"!

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