Easy Livin'

~ Release by Uriah Heep (see all versions of this release, 1 available)

Annotation

GER: Ariola Express 219 004 (cd) (probably B000024AWQ)

Annotation last modified on 2007-01-13 17:46 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Easy Livin'
recording engineer:
Peter Gallen (from 1972-03 until 1972-04)
assistant engineer:
Ashley Howe
engineer:
Peter Gallen
producer:
Gerry Bron
drums (drum set):
Lee Kerslake (from 1972-03 until 1972-04)
electric bass guitar:
Gary Thain (from 1972-03 until 1972-04)
guitar:
Mick Box (from 1972-03 until 1972-04)
organ:
Ken Hensley (from 1972-03 until 1972-04)
vocals:
David Byron (from 1972-03 until 1972-04)
arranger:
Uriah Heep (British prog/hard rock)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Bronze (in 1972), Bronze Records Ltd. (in 1972), Castle Copyrights Ltd. (in 1972), Legacy Records Ltd. (in 1972) and Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1972, in 2017)
recorded at:
Lansdowne Studios (known as CTS Lansdowne Studios since 1987) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1972-03 until 1972-04)
produced at:
Lansdowne Studios (known as CTS Lansdowne Studios since 1987) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom
recording of:
Easy Livin’ (from 1972-03 until 1972-04)
lyricist and composer:
Ken Hensley
publisher:
A Tale of Two Ditties, Bron Music, EMI Music Ltd., EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!), EMI Music Publishing Ltd., EMI Publishing Ltd., S. Bron Music Co. Ltd. and Umble Tunes Ltd.
4.52:36
2The Wizard2:56
3Love is Blind
producer:
Ashley Howe
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1983)
cover recording of:
Love Is Blind (from 1983-01 until 1983-03)
lyricist and composer:
Joey Carbone
publisher:
Joey Carbone Music Inc., Warner Bros. (holding: File NO Releases), Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label), Warner/Chappell North America and 大洋音楽
3:40
4Weekend Warriors
producer:
Ashley Howe
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Castle Copyrights Ltd. (in 1983) and Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1983)
recording of:
Weekend Warriors (from 1983-01 until 1983-03)
writer:
Mick Box, Bob Daisley, Peter Goalby, Lee Kerslake and John Sinclair (keyboardist, Uriah Heep/Ozzy Osbourne's band)
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd., Hit Songs Ltd., Intersong Music Ltd. and Peter Goalby Music
3:52
5Spider Woman
recording engineer:
Peter Gallen (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
assistant engineer:
Ashley Howe
producer:
Gerry Bron
drums (drum set):
Lee Kerslake (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
electric bass guitar:
Gary Thain (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
guitar:
Mick Box (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
organ:
Ken Hensley (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
vocals:
David Byron (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Bronze Records Ltd. (in 1972) and Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1972, in 2017)
recorded at:
Lansdowne Studios (known as CTS Lansdowne Studios since 1987) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
recording of:
Spider Woman (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
writer:
Mick Box, David Byron, Lee Kerslake and Gary Thain
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. and S. Bron Music Co. Ltd.
2:26
6Love Machine
producer:
Gerry Bron
bass guitar and electric bass guitar:
Paul Newton (UK bassist for Uriah Heep) (in 1971-07)
drums (drum set):
Iain Clarke (a former member of Uriah Heep and Cressida) (in 1971-07)
guitar:
Mick Box (in 1971-07)
organ:
Ken Hensley (in 1971-07)
lead vocals:
David Byron (in 1971-07)
vocals:
David Byron (in 1971-07)
arranger:
Uriah Heep (British prog/hard rock)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Bronze Records Ltd. (in 1971) and Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1971, in 2017)
recorded at:
Lansdowne Studios (known as CTS Lansdowne Studios since 1987) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1971-07)
recording of:
Love Machine (in 1971-07)
writer:
Mick Box, David Byron and Ken Hensley
publisher:
Dick James Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI), EMI Music Ltd., EMI Music Publishing Ltd., EMI Publishing Ltd. and S. Bron Music Co. Ltd.
3.353:38
7Gypsy
recording engineer:
Peter Gallen (from 1969 until 1970)
producer:
Gerry Bron
mixer:
Peter Gallen and Peter Olliff
bass:
Paul Newton (UK bassist for Uriah Heep) (from 1969 until 1970)
drums (drum set):
Alex Napier (from 1969 until 1970)
guitar:
Mick Box (from 1969 until 1970)
keyboard:
Ken Hensley (from 1969 until 1970)
lead vocals:
David Byron (from 1969 until 1970)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Bronze Records Ltd. (in 1970, in 1971), Castle Copyrights Ltd. (in 1970) and Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1970, in 2016)
recorded at:
Lansdowne Studios (known as CTS Lansdowne Studios since 1987) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1969 until 1970)
recording of:
Gypsy (from 1969 until 1970)
writer:
Mick Box and David Byron
publisher:
A Tale of Two Ditties, Dick James Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI), EMI Music Ltd., EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!), EMI Music Publishing Ltd. and S. Bron Music Co. Ltd.
4.56:38
8Look at Yourself
producer:
Gerry Bron
drums (drum set):
Iain Clarke (a former member of Uriah Heep and Cressida) (in 1971-07)
electric bass guitar:
Paul Newton (UK bassist for Uriah Heep) (in 1971-07)
guitar:
Mick Box (in 1971-07)
organ:
Ken Hensley (in 1971-07)
vocals:
David Byron (in 1971-07)
additional performer:
Osibisa (in 1971-07)
arranger:
Uriah Heep (British prog/hard rock)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Bronze Records Ltd. (in 1971, in 1986), Castle Copyrights Ltd. (in 1971) and Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1971, in 2017)
recorded at:
Lansdowne Studios (known as CTS Lansdowne Studios since 1987) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 1971-07)
recording of:
Look at Yourself (in 1971-07)
lyricist and composer:
Ken Hensley
publisher:
A Tale of Two Ditties, Dick James Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI), EMI Music Ltd., EMI Music Publishing (do not use as a release label!), EMI Music Publishing Ltd., EMI Publishing Ltd. and S. Bron Music Co. Ltd.
45:07
9Firefly
assistant engineer:
John Gallen
engineer:
Peter Gallen
producer:
Gerry Bron
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Bronze Records Ltd. (in 1977) and Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1977)
recorded at and mixed at:
Roundhouse Studios in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1976-10 until 1976-11)
recording of:
Firefly (from 1976-10 until 1976-11)
lyricist and composer:
Ken Hensley
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd., Umble Tunes Ltd. and WB Music Corp. (1929-2019)
6:16
10Wonderworld
recording of:
Wonderworld
lyricist and composer:
Ken Hensley
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. and S. Bron Music Co. Ltd.
4:31
11Blind Eye
recording engineer:
Peter Gallen (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
assistant engineer:
Ashley Howe
producer:
Gerry Bron
drums (drum set):
Lee Kerslake (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
electric bass guitar:
Gary Thain (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
guitar:
Mick Box (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
organ:
Ken Hensley (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
vocals:
David Byron (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Bronze Records Ltd. (in 1972) and Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1972, in 2017)
recorded at:
Lansdowne Studios (known as CTS Lansdowne Studios since 1987) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
recording of:
Blind Eye (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
lyricist and composer:
Ken Hensley
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd. and S. Bron Music Co. Ltd.
3:32
12The Magician's Birthday
recording engineer:
Peter Gallen (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
assistant engineer:
Ashley Howe
producer:
Gerry Bron
drums (drum set):
Lee Kerslake (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
electric bass guitar:
Gary Thain (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
guitar:
Mick Box (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
organ:
Ken Hensley (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
vocals:
David Byron (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Bronze Records Ltd. (in 1972), Castle Copyrights Ltd. (in 1972) and Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1972, in 2017)
recorded at:
Lansdowne Studios (known as CTS Lansdowne Studios since 1987) in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
recording of:
The Magician’s Birthday (from 1972-09 until 1972-10)
writer:
Mick Box, Ken Hensley and Lee Kerslake
publisher:
EMI Music Ltd., EMI Music Publishing Ltd. and S. Bron Music Co. Ltd.
10:14
13Flyin' High
engineer:
Peter Gallen
producer:
Gerry Bron and Ken Hensley
assistant mixer:
Julian Cooper (engineer) and John Gallen
mixer:
Peter Gallen and Robert M. Corich (remastering engineer and record producer,) (from 1990 until 2004-05)
arranger:
Uriah Heep (British prog/hard rock)
phonographic copyright (℗) by:
Bronze Records Ltd. (in 1977) and Sanctuary Records Group Ltd. (not for release label use, for copyrights use only) (in 1977)
recorded at:
Roundhouse Studios in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (from 1977-07 until 1977-09)
recording of:
Flyin' High (from 1977-07 until 1977-09)
writer:
Ken Hensley
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
3:18

Credits

Release

manufactured in:Germany
printed in:Germany
distributed by:BMG Records (not for release label use! primarily named as distributor in the UK)
copyrighted (©) by:BMG Ariola Miller GmbH (in 1992)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/1042708 [info]