Uriah Heep’s 1973 double live album Uriah Heep Live is to be reissued and remastered to mark this year’s Record Store Day on April 22.
It’ll be pressed on 180g heavyweight vinyl, with each record presented on its own individual splatter pattern and housed in a full colour gatefold sleeve.
It’ll also come with a tour brochure from 1973 featuring photographs and interviews from the time of the record’s original release. In addition, 50 copies have been signed at random by guitarist Mick Box.
Uriah Heep Live was the band’s first live release and was recorded on January 26 at the Town Hall in Birmingham, England. It featured 12 tracks including Gypsy, Sunrise and Sweet Lorraine.
Box was joined in the lineup by vocalist David Byron, keyboardist Ken Hensley, bassist Gary Thain and drummer Lee Kerslake.
Uriah Heep will head out on the road for dates across Europe in the coming months. Find a full list of their tour dates below.