Limited 180gm purple colored vinyl LP pressing. Includes insert. This 1975 album was the first solo outing for David Byron, former lead singer for Uriah Heep. It isn't a big surprise that a good portion of the album sounds a lot like the group that gave him his day job at the time: sturdy organ-driven hard-rockers like 'Silver White Man' and 'Hit Me With a White One' (featuring the recently deceased Ken Hensley). 'Take No Prisoners' is a solid and consistent solo venture. It's all there, Heep-styled rockers with a variety of roots rock and soul experiments that blend in well with the other, more traditional material. And 'Love Song' proves that Byron could do a straight ballad with surprising sensitivity. Overall, 'Take No Prisoners' is a well-crafted album that will definitely find favour with Uriah Heep fans.
Limited 180gm purple colored vinyl LP pressing. Includes insert. This 1975 album was the first solo outing for David Byron, former lead singer for Uriah Heep. It isn't a big surprise that a good portion of the album sounds a lot like the group that gave him his day job at the time: sturdy organ-driven hard-rockers like 'Silver White Man' and 'Hit Me With a White One' (featuring the recently deceased Ken Hensley). 'Take No Prisoners' is a solid and consistent solo venture. It's all there, Heep-styled rockers with a variety of roots rock and soul experiments that blend in well with the other, more traditional material. And 'Love Song' proves that Byron could do a straight ballad with surprising sensitivity. Overall, 'Take No Prisoners' is a well-crafted album that will definitely find favour with Uriah Heep fans.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: MOVL
Rel. Date: 01/22/2021
UPC: 8719262015814

Take No Prisoners [Limited 180-Gram Purple Colored Vinyl]
Artist: David Byron
Format: Vinyl
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Limited 180gm purple colored vinyl LP pressing. Includes insert. This 1975 album was the first solo outing for David Byron, former lead singer for Uriah Heep. It isn't a big surprise that a good portion of the album sounds a lot like the group that gave him his day job at the time: sturdy organ-driven hard-rockers like 'Silver White Man' and 'Hit Me With a White One' (featuring the recently deceased Ken Hensley). 'Take No Prisoners' is a solid and consistent solo venture. It's all there, Heep-styled rockers with a variety of roots rock and soul experiments that blend in well with the other, more traditional material. And 'Love Song' proves that Byron could do a straight ballad with surprising sensitivity. Overall, 'Take No Prisoners' is a well-crafted album that will definitely find favour with Uriah Heep fans.