A good neighbor is better
then a far away friend, but when this friend comes along once a year
it's always a great joy to see each other for a while. That's also the
case with Uriah Heep, one of the most stable survivors of the seventies.
Alright they might have calm down a little bit, I have NEVER seen an
uninspired performance. Especially guitarist Mick Box, still, after all
these years, seems to catch the notes from heaven. Ok singer Bernie Shaw
is not David Byron, but the timbre in his voice is close enough to
sing the songs respectfully. They are sometimes real Classic Rock songs,
with characteristic and stunning close harmony singing, which are
saved for our children. A double live CD which keeps Heep's reputation
high, and makes you look forward to their concerts ( early may), as also
the appearances in The Netherlands by Ken Hensley and John Lawton.
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