Uriah Heep was one of the top British heavy metal/rock bands of the early 1970's. Formed in 1969, they're still active today, although with only one of the original members still involved (no less than eight former members have died). Their influence faded from the late 1970's onward, but for a time they were right up there in popularity with Deep Purple, Jethro Tull, Led Zeppelin and other British greats.
Here's one of their seminal albums, 1972's "Demons And Wizards". It's been perennially popular since then, and can still be heard today on some classic rock stations. The tracks are:
1 The Wizard
2 Traveller In Time
3 Easy Livin'
4 Poet's Justice
5 Circle Of Hands
6 Rainbow Demon
7 All My Life
8 Paradise/The Spell
Listening to it now, some of the lyrics seem puerile, infantile, immature . . . but at the time, they appeared groundbreaking, and captured the search for meaning that so many rock groups expressed. I still find myself smiling nostalgically as I hear them again.
Lots of memories there for this old fart. It seems weird to remember that the album is almost 53 years old! Oh, well. I was younger then . . .