Misty - Erroll Garner Trio 4. Laura - Barney Kessel 7. Summertime - Nina Simone 8. Easy Cloes The Door - Various - Jazz Ballads - After Midnight (CD) - Clifford Brown Sextet 9.
Embraceable You - Bud Powell Ask Me Now - Thelonius Monk Moonlight Becomes You - Chet Baker I Should Care - Dexter Gordon. Day Dream - Johnny Hodges 3. Yesterdays - Stan Getz Quartet 4. Imagination - Erroll Garner 5. A Little Bit of Heaven. After Hours. The Velvet Underground. Never Knew Love. Trying to Get to Heaven. Tryin' Cloes The Door - Various - Jazz Ballads - After Midnight (CD) Get to Heaven. Get promoted. In Lyrics. By Artist.
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Can't Stop Singing 9. Make A Little Love Confession Total Time: Bonus tracks on Essential remaster : Sundown Alternate Version Does Anything Matter Demo Version Take Care Demo Version David Byron's final album with Uriah Heep came all too soon.
The recording of "High and Mighty" was apparently a somewhat piecemeal affair, with only Hensley who yet again dominates the song writing and Wetton committed in full to the project. The absence of Gerry Bron as producer for the first time is less apparent than might have been expected, but he was reportedly unimpressed with the results. The two sides of the LP make an appropriate division between what turned out to be an impressive side one, and a poor side two.
Mick Box is largely absent throughout, with Hensley by and large providing both keyboards and guitar. The opening track, "One way or another" doesn't Cloes The Door - Various - Jazz Ballads - After Midnight (CD) feature Byron's vocals, with Wetton taking on those duties.
Ironically Byron, who was reportedly comfortable with the finished track, played Hammond organ on it instead. It is though an intriguingly successful diversion for the band in a slightly less organised direction. Hensley's middle 8 restores the more melodic sound, providing a harmonic counterpoint.
The track has similarities to "Dreamer" which opened "Sweet Freedom". Byron first appears on the beautiful "Weep in silence", a softer track but highly melodic almost emotional, with Hensley's keyboards swirling around the pained voice of Byron.
In that time it moves from an attention grabbing opening riff, Cloes The Door - Various - Jazz Ballads - After Midnight (CD), through a number of time changes and brief instrumental breaks, to fade with a reprise of the opening riff. Unfortunately, they continued onto side two of the album, which brings together some of the weakest material recorded by the band while Byron was a member. Had the entire album been up to the standard of the four tracks on side one, "High and mighty" would have been worthy of it's name.
Unfortunately Cloes The Door - Various - Jazz Ballads - After Midnight (CD) two of the album only served to indicate that radical change was needed, and such change was indeed, just around the corner. There are numerous bonus tracks on the deluxe remaster, including a successful cut and paste extension of "Weep in silence".
Also included are demos by Hensley of some of the album tracks, which are in fact better than the final versions. Melody is very nice. Somewhat poppy though again, backing vocals are really weak.
There are many average songs on this albumwhich can be heard without listening if you see what I mean : you can play them while you're cooking or washing your car and you'll get the impression : not too bad. But when you listen to them carefully, there is not really a lot to remember. Most of the records will be of that vein : middle of the road rock music.
Some poor tracks like "Woman Of The World", "Footprints In The Snow" again very poor backing vocals and "Can't Stop Singing" they should have done it in this particular case and the mellow "Sundown" piano-lobby-bar oriented : real bad. It gives a change is this rather monotonous album.
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