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him." "You couldn't help loving Gary." says Box.  "It was just a shame that he had that weakness that he couldn't control." Perhaps his death should not have been too surprising. "I used to spend a lot of time trying to persuade Gary to find another reason to live apart from music." says Bron. Without music, it would seem, Thain obviously had nothing...    Louis Rentrop Webmaster www.uriah-heep.com | Official Uriah Heep Homepage | www.uriahheepholland.com | Dutch Uriah Heep fanpage | www.moreheep.com | Classic Uriah Heep Homepage | Voor alle Heep CD's en DVD's | For all Heep CD's en DVD's "The Musicsafe" creditcard is niet nodig. Een Nederlands bedrijf. Click : http://www.themusicsafe.com/index.asp?xlnk=1463573920 www.moreheep.com In early 2007 drummer Lee Kerslake had to leave the group due to bad health. They are currently looking for a new drummer. [edit] Acoustically Driven It has been suggested that this section be split into a new article entitled Acoustically Driven. (Discuss) An unplugged concert CD which was recorded in 2001 with some guest musicians. • flute: Ian Anderson • backing vocals: Kim Chandler, Billie Godfrey, Emma Robbins • strings: Pauline Kirke (cello), Liz Chi Yen Liew (violin), Sarah Chi Liew (violin), Saskia Tomkins (viola), • Melvin Duffy (pedal steel guitar, slide guitar), Steafan Hannigan (percussion, uillean pipes), • other functions: Jim Hughes (guitar technician, stage manager), Pip Williams (acoustic guitar, arranger, producer, string arrangements). See also discography / live albums [edit] Current Members Uriah Heep band members 1969-2007 1969-1970 • David Byron – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Ken Hensley – keyboards • Paul Newton – bass guitar • Alex Napier – drums 1970 • David Byron – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Ken Hensley – keyboards • Paul Newton – bass guitar • Nigel "Ollie" Olsson – drums 1970 • David Byron – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Ken Hensley – keyboards • Paul Newton – bass guitar • Keith Baker – drums 1970–1971 • David Byron – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Ken Hensley – keyboards • Paul Newton – bass guitar • Iain Clarke – drums 1971–1972 • David Byron – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Ken Hensley – keyboards • Mark Clarke – bass guitar • Lee Kerslake – drums 1972–1975 • David Byron – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Ken Hensley – keyboards • Gary Thain – bass guitar • Lee Kerslake – drums 1975–1976 • David Byron – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Ken Hensley – keyboards • John Wetton – bass guitar • Lee Kerslake – drums 1976–1979 • John Lawton – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Ken Hensley – keyboards • Trevor Bolder – bass guitar • Lee Kerslake – drums 1979–1980 • John Sloman – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Ken Hensley – keyboards • Trevor Bolder – bass guitar • Chris Slade – drums 1980-1981 • John Sloman – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Gregg Dechert – keyboards • Trevor Bolder – bass guitar • Chris Slade – drums 1981–1982 Disbanded 1982–1983 • Peter Goalby – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • John Sinclair – keyboards • Bob Daisley – bass guitar • Lee Kerslake – drums 1983–1985 • Peter Goalby – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • John Sinclair – keyboards • Trevor Bolder – bass guitar • Lee Kerslake – drums 1986 • Steff Fontaine – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Phil Lanzon – keyboards • Trevor Bolder – bass guitar • Lee Kerslake – drums 1986–2007 • Bernie Shaw – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Phil Lanzon – keyboards • Trevor Bolder – bass guitar • Lee Kerslake – drums 2007 - Present • Bernie Shaw – vocals • Mick Box – guitar • Phil Lanzon – keyboards • Trevor Bolder – bass guitar • Vacant – drums [edit] Discography [edit] Studio albums • Very 'eavy... Very 'umble (1970) – titled Uriah Heep in U.S. • Salisbury (1971) • Look at Yourself (1971) • Demons & Wizards (1972) • The Magician's Birthday (1972) • Sweet Freedom (1973) • Wonderworld (1974) • Return to Fantasy (1975) • High and Mighty (1976) • Firefly (1977) • Innocent Victim (1977) • Fallen Angel (1978) • Conquest (1980) • Abominog (1982) • Head First (1983) • Equator (1985) • Raging Silence (1989) • Different World (1991) • Sea of Light (1995) • Sonic Origami (1998) [edit] Live albums • Uriah Heep Live (1973) - often referred to as "Live '73" by Heepsters • Live at Shepperton '74 (1986) – recorded 1974 • Live in Europe 1979 (1986) – recorded 1979 • Live in Moscow (1988) • Spellbinder Live (1996) • King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents In Concert (1997) – recorded 1974 • Future Echoes Of The Past (2000) • Acoustically Driven (2001) • Electrically Driven (2001) • The Magician's Birthday Party (2002) • Live in the USA (2003) • Magic Night (2004) • Between Two Worlds (2005) [edit] Compilations • Anthology (1986) • Lady In Black (1994) • The Lansdowne Tapes (1994) – recordings by Spice and outtakes from the first three Uriah Heep albums, recorded 1968–1971 • A Time of Revelation (1994) – four-disc anthology including much previously unreleased material, recorded 1968–1995 • Uriah Heep: The Collection – sixteen songs spanning 1970–1983(2000) • Remasters: The Official Anthology (2001) • 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Uriah Heep (2001) • Chapter & Verse (2005) – six-disc anthology including much previously unreleased material, recorded 1968–1998, plus book and bonus poster • Very Best of Uriah Heep (2006) • Easy Livin': Singles A's & B's (2006) – anthology including almost all the band's singles, which includes several songs not available in the original albums [edit] Trivia • The band is named after the character Uriah Heep from the novel David Copperfield by Charles Dickens. • The power metal collaboration between Blind Guardian's vocalist Hansi Kürsch and Iced Earth's guitarist Jon Schaffer, called Demons & Wizards, takes its name from Uriah Heep's 1972 album Demons and Wizards. [edit] See also • David Byron • Ken Hensley • John Lawton • Spice • Heepster • Roger Dean [edit] External links • The Official Uriah Heep Website o Mick Box' official website o Ken Hensley's official website o Official tribute website to David Byron o Official tribute website to Gary Thain • Uriah Heep at MusicBrainz Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uriah_Heep_%28band%29" Louis Rentrop Webmaster www.uriah-heep.com | Official Uriah Heep Homepage | www.uriahheepholland.com | Dutch Uriah Heep fanpage | www.moreheep.com | Classic Uriah Heep Homepage | Voor alle Heep CD's en DVD's | For all Heep CD's