‘Umble n’ Tasty

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A recent aquistion to my collection, as I’m in the process of collecting  all of Uriah Heep’s albums. This was their first release in 1970, which set the stage for heavy riffs and no-nonsense, stripped down beautifully raw heavy rock. They did amazingly well in America, went through many personnel changes, and are still around today. The remix of this album, with extra tracks has taken nothing away from my original enthusiasm I felt all those years ago, when I saw them perform at the De Montfort Hall, Leicester, shortly after ‘Very Eavy, Very Umble’ was released.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…Very_%27Eavy_…Very_%27Umble

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Author: tonysounds69

I was born and raised in Leicester UK, in October 1953. Dad played the piano and our house was rich in musical diversity. Big band sounds of the 1930's and 1940's, rock & roll sounds from the 1950's and 1960's all had equal play time on the gramophone, and tuning into Radios Luxembourg and Caroline, Heaven on Earth. Music has always played a huge part of my life, and still does.

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