Uriah Heep!

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Uriah Heep San Diego 1974 was the first concert I bought tickets for! being only 13-14 yo and 50 miles away from the venue I had to talk my bro in law to take us. He got sick at the last minute and we couldn't go!

I just discovered it was a widely bootlegged show King Biscuit Flower Hour FM broadcast! Danged I missed both live AND the radio broadcast!

 

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Saw them at Hershey , Pa . The guitar player passed out and threw up on stage during the show . Shortly after that , his Hepatitis issue was reported in the local paper .
Even with the ' event ' , they put on a great show .
 

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'70's boarding HS memories of Uria Heap's 'Demons and Wizards' ( I think?) played on a constant companion- a $20 Soundesign Cassette player/recorder and headphones

* also playing friend's Kiss, first album on AV Room record player!
 

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Uriah Heep San Diego 1974 was the first concert I bought tickets for! being only 13-14 yo and 50 miles away from the venue I had to talk my bro in law to take us. He got sick at the last minute and we couldn't go!

I just discovered it was a widely bootlegged show King Biscuit Flower Hour FM broadcast! Danged I missed both live AND the radio broadcast!



Now THAT'S an organ!
 

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And ya. I saw them in their first tour of the states. Long John Baldry opened for them. You got to love the screaming b3 and leslies.

Saw a revamped Uriah Heep right before this virus crap hit at Kent State. Mick Box has still got it.
 

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Fantastic band! My first introduction a was Clyde Clifford on Beeker Street. I was an immediate convert.
Demons and Wizards as well as Take A Look at Yourself gets space in the rotation in the jeep
The Wizard is a song I play quite often.

Timeless music
 

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Fantastic band! My first introduction a was Clyde Clifford on Beeker Street. I was an immediate convert.
Demons and Wizards as well as Take A Look at Yourself gets space in the rotation in the jeep
The Wizard is a song I play quite often.

Timeless music

I used to pull in KAAY (Little Rock) back in SE Ks.
Where were you listening from??
 

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I saw them in 1984 when they opened for Def Leppard on the Pyromania tour.

I liked 'em then, and I still do.
 




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