Episode #109: The Who By Numbers (The Who), Stay Hungry (Twisted Sister) and Sweet Freedom (Uriah Heep)
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In this week's episode, a surprise to both Douglas and I, we talk about The Who By Numbers, an album by Twisted Sister called Stay Hungry, and an album by Uriah Heep called Sweet Freedom. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/reviewsfromthecrawlspace/message
ArtistSongTimeAlbumYearNumber10Uriah HeepLady In Black (Remaster)4:32Salisbury1971Number9Uriah HeepShadows Of Grief8:29Look At Yourself1971Number8Uriah HeepEasy Livin’2:33Demons and Wizards1972Number7Uriah HeepFree ‘n’ Easy3:02Innocent Victim1977Number6Uriah HeepStealin’4:47Sweet Freedom1973Number5Uriah HeepBird Of Prey (Remaster)4:07Salisbury1971Number4Uriah HeepTime To Live (Remaster)3:51Salisbury1971Number3Uriah HeepLook At Yourself5:06Look At Yourself1971Number2Uriah HeepGypsy6:34…Very ‘Eavy Very ‘Umble… (Expanded De-Luxe Edition – Remaster)1970Number1Uriah HeepRainbow Demon4:15Demons and Wizards1972
Russell Gilbrook is the latest drummer for the British rock band, Uriah Heep.Over the last few years Gilbrook has been establishing himself on the UK clinic tour scene. He has supported artists such as Greg Bissonette and completed a tour with Liberty DeVitto. He has worked/toured with Chris Barber and his band and also Alan Price, on whose album, Liberty, Gilbrook featured. He also replaced Cozy Powell in Bedlam (where he played with the brothers Dave and Denny Ball, plus singer Frank Aiello). Gilbrook has also played with Pete Bardens and featured on one of his albums.Gilbrook has also worked with Tony Iommi, Lonnie Donegan, John Farnham, Van Morrison and Tobias Sammet.Gilbrook teaches on the musician's channel on Sky Television and holds a position at the Brighton Institute of Modern Music and has published several teaching guides. He has demonstrated specialist drum clinics across Europe. He claims, though, that a rimshot cannot be used on a tom drum, just snares only. For the last few years he has also drummed with the Essex based covers band, Exposé, with Dave Moore (vocals), Pete Finch (keyboards), Alan Montague (Bass) and Ben Newton (guitar).Gilbrook has co-designed, with Marrell Drums, the bass drum beaters that he plays. He uses British Drum Company drums, Code drumheads, Baskey Drum Mats and Rug Lugs, Paiste cymbals and Pellwood drumsticks.In 2012, it was announced that Gilbrook would be the drummer in the 2013 album of the metal opera project Avantasia, called The Mystery of Time.This has been edited from an episode from our weekly show that streams LIVE @ 9pm Every Tuesday on Facebook LIVE, TWITCH and YOUTUBE.https://www.thosedamncrows.com/crowcastvideo See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Time for another episode of our In 40 Minutes series where we curate what we think are the best 40 minutes of music from an underrated band's career ... with headbangers and hard rockers in mind (ie. you won't be hearing many ballads or hits!). Basically, it's what we'd put on a single vinyl release (being limited to 20 minutes per side) if we were asked to put a Best Of record together to convince the uninitiated long haired miscreant that this band is worth checking out.This episode is dedicated to the underrated records in the 2000s from ... Uriah Heep.Here again we have another example of a classic rock giant putting out some of their best records in the 2000s only to be ignored. We here at The Mighty Decibel want to correct this egregious error by shining the light on Uriah Heep's last four very worthy albums.Here's hoping that this wakes all of you sleepers out there!Side 1Wake The Sleeper (2008)(0:00) Wake The Sleeper(3:42) Tears of the World(8:29) Ghost of the OceanInto the Wild (2011)(11:54) Into The Wild(16:16) I Can See YouSide 2Outsider (2014)(20:31) The Outsider (23:55) Can't Take That AwayLiving The Dream (2018)(28:50) Grazed By Heaven(33:22) Take Away My Soul
The next album we review in our series on hard rock/heavy metal bands of the early 1970's is Uriah Heep's 1971 release "Look at Yourself". This was the big breakthrough album for the band and we look at this time period in the band's history.
Another exclusive interview! Mick Box, the legendary guitarist from URIAH HEEP, spoke first to Vintage Rock Pod about the band having to reschedule their 50th anniversary tour. Mick also opens up about his 50 years in rock, the camaraderie and competition with Deep Purple and Black Sabbath in the early 70s, his sadness about not being able to persuade David Byron to re-join the group and the incredible feeling of playing behind the iron curtain. He also let's us know about the new album on the horizon too! It's an interview not to miss! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Become a Patron via Patreon http://www.patreon.com/drumforthesong/ for access to exclusive content, group video calls, competitions, giveaways plus 20% discount at http://www.motorhead-beer.comThanks for checking out episode 15 of Drum For The Song podcast featuring the amazing Russell Gilbrook from Uriah Heep! I am your host Dane Campbell and I play drums in Phil Campbell and the Bastard Sons and Straight Lines.During the conversation we talk about Russell's early influences and why he got into drumming and some of his earlier sessions and projects. He also explained what it was like joining his first rock band and has some fantastic advice for auditions. He's got some warm up tips and stories from touring the world with Uriah Heep, performing at drum clinics and also talks about his drum gear, especially his British Drum Company kit, Code Drumheads and Paiste cymbals. Russell has so much enthusiasm for music and the drums and was such a joy to talk to.I hope you enjoy, please subscribe to the podcast via your podcast provider & YouTube, like and review where you can and share with anyone else who might be interested.I'd like to give a special thanks to my top-tier 'Groove Master' Patrons for their extended support. Cheers to Dean S Monahan, Rudi Pauly, Dan Hurst, Gareth Richards, Steve Hancock, Paul W. Grasmehr, Charley Farley, Kenny Kendrick & Jari Väisänen.If you'd prefer not to commit to monthly payments you can still support me and the podcast by making a donation via Paypal at my official website www.drumforthesong.comAny donations, no matter how big or small will be massively appreciated and will help me to continue making these podcasts during these tough times.You can also search social media for 'DrumForTheSong' to keep in up to date. I would appreciate any feedback so I can continue to improve future content.Instagram: @DrumForTheSong & @Dane_DrumsTwitter: @DrumForTheSong & @Dane_DrumsTikTok: @DrumForTheSongFacebook - 'Drum For The Song Official Facebook Group' & 'Dane Campbell - Drummer'www.drumforthesong.comSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/drumforthesong. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Brandon joined Uriah Heep: The Magicians Podcast to talk about Uriah Heep, breakdown their song "I Won't Mind" and also talk a whole lot about Metallica in this epic podcast crossover! Follow @HeepPodcast on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram Follow @MetallicastPod on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/metallicast/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/metallicast/support
The Deep Purple Podcast Show Notes Episode #91 Deep Purple & Uriah Heep January 11, 2021 Subscribe at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Pocket Casts, Anchor.fm, Breaker, PodBean, RadioPublic, Amazon Music, or search in your favorite podcatcher! Thanks to Our Show Supporters - Three Ways To Show Your Support Become a Patron on Patreon Donate on Paypal (Donate one time or click “make this a monthly donation” box) Leave us a 5-Star Review on Apple Podcasts Thank You To Our Patrons! Thanks to our Brothers at the Deep Dive Podcast Network: Ry @ Sabbath Bloody Podcast The Simple Man @ Skynyrd Reconsydyrd Terry “T-Bone” Mathley @ T-Bone’s Prime Cuts Paul, David, and Joe @ In the Lap of the Pods (Queen podcast) Scott @ The Magician’s Podcast Thanks to the Patron Saint and Archivist of The Deep Purple Podcast: Jörg Planer - an essential Twitter follow Buy Merch at Our New Etsy Store! Show Updates: Comments from social media. Gain it for Riffs 39 - Captain Beyond New Year's Special! Mikkel Steen Stephen Sommerville UH opened for DP as "Spice" In 1972 UH supported Purple in their first American tour In the 90's and 00's UH often supported Purple during '"Satriani'" tours John Lawton & Lucifer's Friend - Keep Going Living Loud project with Steve Morse, Don Airey, Lee Kerslake, Bob Daisley and Jimmy Barnes. July Morning bass part inspired by Child in Time (My interview with Paul Newton) Glenn Hughes sang on Ken Hensley’s song The Last Dance Ken Hensley with Ian Gillan Rock Heroes (Ian Gillan, Ken Hensley R.I.P) - Smoke On The Water Roger Glover said, “It all started with Lonnie Donegan." Russell Gilbrook replaced cozy Powell in the band Bedlam Russell Gilbrook filled in on a performance of Jesus Christ Superstar when he was a boy. Hanwel Community Center, DP and UH both had rehearsal spaces. This would be in the creation of Deep Purple In Rock and Very ‘Eavy Very ‘Umble. Bob Daisley played with Rainbow and Jon Lord Blackmore’s Night covered Lady In Black David Goalby sang in Trapeze Trapeze - Hold on Ian Paice played on a Ken Hensley album Ken Hensley and Glenn Hughes Played on same bill a total of 56 times Last show was June 11, 2016 in Finland Don Airey filling in for Phil Lanzon in 2020? Uriah Heep with Don Airey - January 2020 Listener Mail/Comments Comments about the show? Things you’d like us to cover? We’d love to hear from you. Send us an email at email@example.com or @ us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
Uriah Heep lead man Mick Box jumps on the line with Kyle Meredith to discuss the 50 Years In Rock box set, which includes 23 CDs and four compilations of curated favorites from individual members. Box tells us about the early days of the band when they transitioned from Spice to Uriah Heep through eventually making a breakthrough with their masterpiece, Look At Yourself. The hard rock legend also talks about using fantasy lyrics, creating new artwork for the Magician's Birthday, finding a reset during the Firefly era, and being true to themselves as trends changed throughout the '80s and '90s. Box also gives an update on their next record, which they were set to record before the lockdown. Follow on Facebook | Podchaser | Twitter--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app