Tapio Minkkinen writes on the Travelers in Time mailing list:
The show was then verified as The Greyhound in Croydon on 21st of November 1971 on the Look At Yourself tour. The recording is ca. 30 minutes longs, it includes only two songs but these are among the longest and most legendary Heep Songs: Salisbury & July Morning.
Added by Esa Ahola on September 29, 2009 at 10:00am —
Back in the U.S.A from Salo, sleep-deprived and jet-lagged but exhilarated - what a weekend! I have a HUGE amount of pictures to sort through and process, but here are three shots that give an idea of the main event venue. Attendance was excellent -- the main event was heavily promoted locally as "Uriah Heep Legends Live" and drew a large crowd outside of the "heepvention" attendees. (NEWSFLASH: Tapio just reported that it was a sold-out show, 1000 tickets!)
Lee Kerslake and Paul Newton have arrived in Salo. Ken Hensley, on the other hand, is leaving Salo for the night to perform Past, Present & Future in Helsinki.
John Lawton is arriving on Friday.
I'm shooting Ken Hensley's Helsinki show tonight, which means I won't have any shots from the opening meet-and-greet celebration of Easy Livin' in Salo. Hopefully other attendees will fill the gap for me.…
Archivist Konstantinos Takos from Greece found this great unseen series of 1974 concert photos of Uriah Heep, with the last known shots of Gary Thain (check his haircut). Special is the photo where he leaves the stage with a cigarette in his mouth and the guitar in his hand...mixed feelings:…