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The Gods

The Gods are most likely better known for including several famous Uk rock stars as people — before those music artists continued to international recognition — than they’re for both albums they actually released. Two potential Uriah Heep stalwarts, keyboardist/vocalist Ken Hensley and drummer Lee Kerslake, both performed on those …

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Lee Kerslake

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 …

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Greg Lake

Being a singer and instrumentalist, Greg Lake had his greatest achievement and influence within the progressive rock and roll clothing Emerson, Lake & Palmer and, before that, being a founding person in the original Ruler Crimson. He was also fairly popular being a single artist employed in even more of …

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Ken Hensley

Best-known for his tenure with long-running rock act Uriah Heep, singer/multi-instrumentalist Ken Hensley was created in Hertforshire, England, about August 24, 1945. Through the middle-’60s, he created the psychedelic blues combo the Gods with Greg Lake (consequently of Emerson, Lake & Palmer) and potential Rolling Rock Mick Taylor, although just …

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John Glascock

John Glascock was created in 1951. He started his musical profession playing alongside Mick Taylor in an organization known as the Juniors. He used other groups, the most known probably getting Uriah Heep-related the Gods. He was ultimately (1975) provided the bassist place in Jethro Tull and remained with them …

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