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  1. Jan 16,  · 70s Greatest Hits - Best Oldies Songs Of s - Greatest 70s Music - Oldies But Goodies - Duration: Everlasting Music Recommended for you.
  2. 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.
  3. Feb 05,  · David Byron "Midnight Flyer" / Album "Take No Prisoners" Released March Recorded February in Morgan Studios and Roundhouse Studios, London, England Mixed at the Roundhouse Studios.
  4. Artist: David Byron Title Of Album: Take No Prisoners Year Of Release: / Label (Catalog#): Lemon (CD LEM ) Country: UK Genre: Classic Rock / Hard Rock Format: FLAC (*image+.cue, log, scans) Bitrate: Lossless Time: Full Size: Mb Tracklist: Man Full Of Yesterdays
  5. This album was the first solo outing for David Byron, the lead singer for Uriah krisinnieckansuftadingnerneuramkebu.coinfo 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.
  6. Oct 04,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about David Byron - Take No Prisoners at Discogs. Complete your David Byron collection/5(90).
  7. However, in 76 (after recording ten LPs with the band), Byron was sacked after a bout of internal feuding and was replaced by Lucifer s Friend vocalist, John Lawton. 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
  8. 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.

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