progrock.co.uk - the home of Progressive Rock
Search Your Cart   Continue Shopping

URIAH HEEP - Your Turn To Remember: The Definitive Anthology 1970 – 1990 (2 CD)

(Code: 18598)

Email to a Friend
£ 11.99
In Stock
Add to cart
URIAH HEEP - Your Turn To Remember: The Definitive Anthology 1970 – 1990 (2 CD)New Heep anthology with tracks from some of their most celebrated albums
Format: CD / Cat No: 4050538176827 / Released: 16/09/2016

Track Listing: CD 1: 1. Gypsy / 2. Come Away Melinda / 3. Bird Of Prey / 4. Lady In Black / 5. Look At Yourself / 6. July Morning – Japanese Single Edit / 7. Easy Livin’ / 8. The Wizard / 9. Sunrise / 10. Sweet Lorraine / 11. Stealin’ / 12. Sweet Freedom / 13. The Shadows And The Wind / 14. Suicidal Man / 15. Return To Fantasy / 16. Devil’s Daughter / CD 2: 1. Weep In Silence / 2. Can’t Keep A Good Band Down / 3. Sympathy / 4. Firefly / 5. Free N’ Easy / 6. Free Me / 7. Woman Of The Night / 8. Come Back To Me / 9. It Ain’t Easy / 10. No Return / 11. Too Scared To Run / 12. Chasing Shadows / 13. Straight Through The Heart / 14. The Other Side Of Midnight / 15. Rockarama / 16. Poor Little Rich Girl / 17. Voice On My Tv

More information: A new Uriah Heep anthology, ‘Your Turn To Remember: The Definitive Anthology 1970-1990’. Evoking an era when prog, hard rock and heavy metal co-existed in an era of glorious, boundary-breaking music, the songs on this 2CD collection trace the evolution of Heep from inexperienced studio musicians with everything to prove to bona fide, limo inhabiting rock stars.

The Anthology cherry picks tracks from some of Heep’s most celebrated albums including ‘Demons And Wizards’, ‘Look At Yourself’, ‘Return To Fantasy’, ‘Equator’, ‘Conquest’ and ‘The Magician’s Birthday’. This release precedes an extensive reissue programme commencing of the seminal albums by the band.

Created with the full collaboration of Heep themselves and curated by guitarist and founder member Mick Box, the reissues come as 2CD expanded packages, with the original album on CD 1 re-mastered by renowned engineer Andy Pearce of Lou Reed and Black Sabbath fame and complete with liner notes in extensive booklet with rare photos by the bestselling rock author Joel McIver. Box and Heep’s sometime member Ken Hensley, composer of many of the band’s best-known songs, contribute to each album’s notes.