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Saturday Night - David Byron - Take No Prisoners (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Kak says:
    However, at the height of his power and popularity and whilst still a member of Uriah Heep, Byron recorded his debut solo album, Take No Prisoners during the Winter of ‘ Contributions from individual Heep members, guitarist Mick Box, drummer Lee Kerslake and keyboardist/guitarist Ken Hensley all grace the albums original 10 tracks.
  2. Dizshura says:
    Disc Two Concentrates on the Album Byron Recorded as a Solo Artist, Beginning with Take No Prisoners (Featured Here in Its Entirety), his First Album Recorded Whilst Still a Member of Heep which Accounts for the Presence of Fellow Members, Mick Box, Ken Hensley and Lee Kerslake/5(3).
  3. Tatilar says:
    This album was the first solo outing for David Byron, the lead singer for Uriah liwisputuconta.kascewrcompefacapenhaulelagaras.infoinfo isn't a big surprise that a good portion of the album sounds a lot like the group that gave him his day job: sturdy organ-driven hard-rockers like "Silver White Man" and "Hit Me With a White One" would not be out of place on a typical Uriah Heep album from this period.
  4. Zulkizshura says:
    DAVID BYRON Take No Prisoners ( UK Bronze label track LP by the former lead singer of Uriah Heep, helped by bandmates Mick Box, Lee Kerslake, Ken Hensley & John Wetton, picture sleeve with lyric inner.
  5. Arashirn says:
    Overview: Take No Prisoners sounds very much like a Heep album, due in no small measure to the presence of Mr. Box's guitar and the strong similarity between the organ playing of Lou Stonebridge to that of Ken Hensley. Lee Kerslake plays drums on several tracks and both John Wetton and Ken make guest appearances. Two songs, Man Full Of Yesterdays (apparently written about Gary Thain shortly.
  6. Vugul says:
    Maybe David is the most underrated and missed singer in the whole rock music history. He had recorded nine studio albums with Uriah Heep. Heep shined with him, until their final recording "High and Mighty" album. David was still a member of Uriah Heep when he recorded "Take No Prisoners" album /5(31).
  7. Kigajora says:
    Mar 02,  · By no means a solid solo effort, Take No Prisoners starts off strong with "Man Full of Yesterdays", a Heep-like song which happens to be the best on the album. Oddly enough, "Sweet Rock 'n' Roll" has more in common with gospel than rock with a .
  8. Mezilkree says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Take No Prisoners on Discogs. Label: Bronze - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock.
  9. Niran says:
    Feb 05,  · David Byron "Midnight Flyer" / Album "Take No Prisoners" Released March Recorded February in Morgan Studios and Roundhouse Studios, London, En Skip navigation Sign in.
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