Words in the Distance 1994-1998 - Uriah Heep, CD
Three CD set. Words In The Distance: 1994-1998 collects together three mid-'90s classics from progressive heavy rock legends Uriah Heep, when the line-up comprised of founder member Mick Box on guitar, long-time Heep drummer Lee Kerslake, Phil Lanzon on keyboards, fronted by lead vocalist Bernie Shaw and completed by former Spider From Mars, the late Trevor Bolder, on bass. Kicking off with Sea Of Light, Heep's 19th album, the cover art was created by legendary designer Roger Dean, who had previously painted the LP jackets for the classic Uriah Heep albums Demons And Wizards (1972) and The Magician's Birthday (1972). This version now features the bonus tracks, 'Sail The Rivers' and 'She Still Calls His Name' plus a single edit of 'Dream On'. Disc Two was originally recorded in concert in Koln, Germany for broadcast on German radio in 1994 whilst the band were supporting the release of the Sea Of Light album. This version now features the two studio bonus tracks 'Sail The Rivers' and 'Across The Miles' (Radio Version). Originally released in September 1998, Sonic Origami on Disc Three was the 20th album since 1969 by this British heavy progressive rock institution. This version now features the bonus track 'Heartless Land' (Edited Version). Each of these remastered albums feature an essay from Classic Rock and Metal Hammer's Malcolm Dome based on interviews with the band.