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July Morning - Uriah Heep - MP3 instrumental karaoke

This title is a cover of July Morning as made famous by Uriah Heep

July Morning - Uriah Heep - Instrumental MP3 Karaoke Download

Tempo: variable (around 76 BPM)

In the same key as the original: C

This song ends without fade out

Duration: 09:02 - Preview at: 03:46

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About

Release date: 1971
Format: MP3 320 Kbps
Genres: Rock, Hard Rock & Metal, In English
Original songwriters: David Byron, Ken Hensley

All files available for download are reproduced tracks, they're not the original music.

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Uriah Heep went above and beyond on their 1971 organ-rich prog-rock odyssey, "July Morning", which was featured on their third studio album Look at Yourself. Written by band members David Byron and Ken Hensley, the song describes a man who wakes up one July morning determined to carve his own path in life: "There I was on a July morning / Looking for love / With the strength of a new day dawning / And the beautiful sun / At the sound of the first bird singing / I was leaving for home / With the storm and the night behind me / And the road of my own." Moving from meditative organ to hair-raising electric guitar and explosive drum workouts, the symphonic epic July Morning saw Manfred Mann make a cameo on the Moog synthesizer and is crafted from an atmospheric obstacle course of soft-toned vocals, shriller moments and air guitar solos.

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  • 4 months ago
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    I believe this version sounds like it's based on the version found on the 2009 album "Celebration," where the band re-recorded a selection of their classic songs, not on the original 1971 version. I do really enjoy this arrangement for karaoke, but it definitely isn't based on the original recording found on the "Look at Yourself" album.