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& Live Fire – Faster
Review by Larry Toering
Organist, guitarist and vocalist extraordinaire Ken Hensley has outdone himself here with Live Fire, and even though there is still a touch of that classic Uriah Heep sound, it's not only heavy rock, it's prog because it's a concept album.

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Blood on the Highway
Review by Gary Hill
I’m sure many of MSJ’s readers remember Ken Hensley from his days in Uriah Heep. Well, those times are long gone and Hensley has been producing his own brand of rock and roll for quite some time.
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My Book Of Answers
Review by Gary Hill
Ken Hensley is probably best known for his work with Uriah Heep. With that band he played several instruments, wrote a lot of the music during his tenure and leant his voice to a lot of the music.

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Tales Of Live Fire & Other Mysteries
Review by Gary Hill

This is a great new box set from original Uriah Heep keyboardist Ken Hensley. The mix of sounds here runs pretty wide.


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Interviews
Ken Hensley
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Ken Hensley from 2007

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