Salisbury is the second studio album by British rock band Uriah Heep, released in February 1971 by Vertigo Records. It was produced by Gerry Bron.

Unlike their first album, songwriting credits for fully half of the record were attributed to Ken Hensley alone, as opposed to the debut’s collaborative partnership of frontman David Byron and guitarist Mick Box. More in Wikipedia


  • All songs copyright Dick James Music, Inc. (BMI)

UK Release

1.“Bird of Prey”Mick Box,
David Byron,
Ken Hensley,
Paul Newton
2.“The Park”Hensley5:41
3.“Time to Live”Box, Byron, Hensley4:01
4.“Lady in Black”Hensley4:44
5.“High Priestess”Hensley3:42
6.“Salisbury”Box, Byron, Hensley16:20

US Release

1.“High Priestess”Hensley3:39
2.“The Park”Hensley5:38
3.“Time to Live”Box, Byron, Hensley4:02
4.“Lady in Black”Hensley4:43
5.“Simon the Bullet Freak”Hensley3:25
6.“Salisbury”Box, Byron, Hensley16:12


Uriah Heep - Salisbury - Vinil Cover
Uriah Heep – Salisbury – Vinil Cover

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