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The Bronze Years = 4 CD / DVD Box = (CD)
Having originally formed The Gods in mid-1960s London with future Stones and Mayall guitarist Mick Taylor, The Gods recorded two LPs for Columbia. Ken Hensley made brief appearances with Toe Fat and Head Machine in 1969 before joining London's Spice in time for the band's first album, "Very 'Eavy... Very 'Umble", and a swift name change to Uriah Heep. Although no Hensley originals appeared on Heep's debut, all 6 tracks on their second album "Salisbury" were written or co-written by Ken. In fact, even after five albums with Uriah Heep, where Ken was becoming the principal songwriter, he still had enough material to write and record his first solo album in 1973. Released by Bronze Records, "Proud Words On A Dusty Shelf" featured Heep's Gary Thain on bass and drummer Lee Kerslake. The resulting album was equal to anything recorded by Uriah Heep at their peak, and features wonderful material such as 'Cold Autumn Sunday', 'Black Hearted Lady' and 'Go Down', along with an alternative version of 'Rain' (also recorded by Uriah Heep). Bonus tracks are 'From Time To Time (Edited Single)', 'From Time To Time (Mono)' and 'When Evening Comes (Edited Single)'
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Type: CD
Recorded: 2019
Release Date: 2019-11-12
Label: Hear No Evil Recordings
Country: Euro
Item No: HNEBOX127
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Track List
Disc 1
01 When Evening Comes
02 From Time To Time
03 King Without A Throne
04 Rain
05 Proud Words
06 Fortune
07 Black-hearted Lady
08 Go Down
09 Cold Autumn Sunday
10 The Last Time
11 Bonus Tracks
12 From Time To Time (edited Single)