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VOICEFROMAMERICA

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What are your thoughts on the actual top 20 typed again below ?, was it what you expected also do you remember Weep In Silence and Footprints In The Snow, 2 songs from the High And Mighty CD you co wrote I know some songwriters forget some of the older songs they wrote ..... also I spoke to you after the Orlando show at the signing and I said to you I have been a fan of yours since Uriah Heep, probably do not remember eh as you spoke to so many fans on the tour ....... also I have some cool shots of you from Fort Pierce especially your expressions when your string broke on your bass guitar.... went to 3 shows Clearwater, Fort Pierce and Orlando all awesome.

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20       ROCK AND ROLL DREAM
19       LET ME GO
18       TO CATCH A THIEF
17       AFTER ALL
16       WILDEST DREAMS
15       THE ONLY THING SHE NEEDS
14       DONT CRY
13       BOOK OF SATURDAY  
12       HOLD ME NOW
11       IN THE END
10       BATTLE LINES
9        WITHOUT YOU
8        MIDNIGHT SUN
7        HEAT OF THE MOMENT
6        OPEN YOUR EYES
5        RENDES-VOUS 602
4        SOLE SURVIVOR  
3        THE SMILE HAS LEFT YOUR EYES
2        STARLESS
1        ONLY TIME WILL TELL 


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High and Mighty is a superb Heep album.


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Have to agree James, love the song Misty Eyes too .....the late great David Byron was on the wain at around this point in his career but when he was at the top of his game what a great entertainer he was .... sadly missed, John Lawton had the best voice of Heeps singers but Byron had the charisma.

DAVID BYRON R.I.P


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Lest I forget, lots of great songs over the years to be sure. I have been listening to the first UK album alot lately plus the Cleveland concert CD and was surprised not to see more of the eponymous album in the list. Have to say, Mental Medication has some of John's most innovative and oft imitated bass playing ever! Just great all the way around. The whole In the Heat/By the Light/Presto Vivace has always been a personal favorite right behind Starless, Sole Survivor and Battlelines for me.

JK
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