Label: Jugoton - LSBRO 78006-483 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Yugoslavia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Prog Rock
Firefly was a pleasant surprise for me. Just from what I had heard on Youtube, I knew I wasn't getting the progish or proto-metal Heep of the early 70's with David Byron on vocals but, honestly, this album ranks up there with one of Heep's best collection of songs in my opinion/5().
"Who Needs Me" was written by drummer Lee Kerslake and is about his unhappiness of manager and label boss Gerry Bron's rejection of most material not written by Ken Hensley. This is ultimately somewhat ironic, given the song's acceptance for recording. Kerslake was credited as Lee "The Bear" Kerslake on this album only, due to his strong physical build and then newly acquired beard growth/5(30).
After losing founding vocalist David Byron in , many hard rock fans thought Uriah Heep had reached the end of the line. However, the group bounced back in with Firefly, an album that pursued a stripped-down sound harking back to the group's early-'70s also boasted a new singer in John Lawton, a vocalist who had made his fame working with artsy German hard rockers Price: $
Firefly, an Album by Uriah Heep. Released in on Warner Bros. (catalog no. BS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock.
· Artist: Uriah Heep Title: Firefly Release: Format: LP Label: Bronze Records Catalog# XOT After losing founding vocalist David Byron in , many hard rock fans thought that the British rock band Uriah Heep had reached the end of the line.
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