Uriah Heep: Uriah Heep
Marty Cerf, Phonograph Record, September 1970
URIAH HEEP may sound like a skin disease of some kind of animal manure, but in actuality it's the name of a fictional character. Uriah Heep was the name Charles Dickens gave to the hypocritical clerk in his novel, David Copperfield. The group is aptly named: Just as Uriah the clerk was sly and wicked in his life, Uriah the group are villainous in their music.
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