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The Uriah Heep - Magician's Birthday Party (DVD)

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Genre: Music DVDs - Classic & Prog Rock / Actors: Uriah Heep ... / DVD released 27 May, 2002 at Classic Rock Legends / Features of the DVD: PAL

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      28.09.2004 20:53

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      This is probably one of the most anticipated concerts from Heep in years. The return of the awesome Ken Hensley and to a lesser extent John Lawton. Ken only appears for 3 songs, but he gives the whole concert a lift just by his sheer stage presence. Oh the songs he appears on tend to help a little, July morning. Paradise/The Spell and Circle of hands. Ken's soaring intro for July morning for me makes the whole DVD although there are many other highlights.
      Kicks off with Stealin which is a good rocky opener, great drums from Lee Kerslake to wind the song up. The snippets of offstage interviews as well helps make the DVD. there then follows a greatest hits of Heep throught he years, Sunrise, ,Return to fantasyFree and easy Easy Livin and some newer songs including, the brilliant Between 2 worlds. Bernie Shaw has never sounded better.Some older fans may yearn for the David Byron sound, but having heard both singers, if I may be a little controversial I have to say i prefer Bernie Shaw. Just my opinion.
      If you want to catch a glimpse of Heep at their best buy this you wont be disappointed

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