Uriah Heep Studio Albums

Upon hearing Ken Hensley rehearsing with Spice, Gary Bron thought the band should have a new name and he suggested Uriah Heep.     The name came from a character in the Charles Dicken's book David Copperfield and was portrayed as an evil accountant.   At that time there was a lot of publicity in London due to the one hundred year anniversary of Dicken's death.    The band agreed and the rest is history.   Below are the nine studio albums that David Byron participated on as a member of the band.
Uriah Heep Studio Albums

Very 'Eavy, Very 'Umble


Look At Yourself

Demons And Wizards

Magician's Birthday

Sweet Freedom


Return To Fantasy

High And Mighty

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