Sunday, January 16, 2011

Uriah Heep- 1985 Beast Party (Bootleg)

Line up:

Mick Box- Guitar

Peter Goalby- Lead Vocals

Trevor Bolder- Bass guitar

Lee Kerslake- Drums

John Sinclair- Keyboards


This is the first of a poker of bootlegs that i found on a Japanise blog in flac format (here is the list, with a good number of others bootlegs). I have renamed files from Japanise and converted from flac format to mp3 320kbs.

The first is too the only from Goalby era (Equator tour, i think), because the other three are from Byron era and i will post them on the blog in the next times. This is too the better of the four as sound quality, even if is an audience record


Enjoy, and if you find one moment to comment, this blogger will be more and more happy and, maybe, next three bootlegs of this "Japanise" serie will be posted more soon...


  1. Hi Roby

    Great post i didn't have this one and considering its age is a good audience recording

    Hope you don't mind but the some of the tracks have been split wrongly specifically tracks 11,12 and 13. I know it was not your fault as that is how the original flac file was split.

    I have re-done those files ,improved the mp3 tags and provided it as one download.

  2. Hi Colin, thank you for rework the file and no problem for it (i download now your version that is more correct). I divided the file in two parts because as only one file mediafire shows failure when i upload it, and this for three times. The same thing happens with others "big" files - over 150 mb). Have you some suggestion about this problem?

    Thank you in advance


  3. Thanks, very listenable sound quality.

  4. Thanks for this. One of the best Goalby-Boots I think...
    Greetings from Germany

  5. Thank you. Good tour; do you think "Night of the wolf" was ever performed live?

  6. nice blog and amazing information and attractive..
    i am feeling well to be here..
    keep on sharing good things with friends..
    Thanks for sharing..

  7. Thank you very much for this post. Best Regards. Fernando Duarte / Rio de Janeiro


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