Lee Kerslake was the drummer for Uriah Heep from 1972 completely as much as 1979. Before that he’d used a band known as Gods, liberating three albums together. He also discovered enough time, while still in Heep, to try out on David Byron’s and Ken Hensley’s single albums, among additional efforts. Actually, in 1976, he documented a final recording with Gods. He ultimately rejoined Heep, however, not before documenting with both Ozzy Osbourne and Dark Sabbath.