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Travis The Dragon
01-29-2012, 03:21 PM
I just got the following UH newsletter:
Today is the celebration of David Byron's 65th birthday. With this
come some major announcements.
The first official release of David's work with Avenue Records from
1968 to 1970 is now released. Artistry Records has released The Early
Sessions Volume One. Twenty tracks of David's work during those
years in remastered CD format. At present the disc is being sold on
eBay around the world but other options may develop over the next
week or so. Updates will be put on our website as we know from the
label itself.
This is only the beginning for these recordings as a second disc has
already been planned out and remastered to release in the next few
months. There is enough material left over for five more discs after
this one, so support any effort made so we can finally get the rest
and hear it. These are the last recordings to surface from David that
are actually the first known to exist.I love David's voice and want to hear this material so badly!

snowdog2112
01-29-2012, 08:58 PM
I just got the following UH newsletter:
I love David's voice and want to hear this material so badly!
One of the best vocalist ever :blaze:

Travis The Dragon
01-31-2012, 04:42 PM
Somehow I knew there would be a lack of interest in this. It's really too bad too since Heep was such an amazing band and Byron was one of the best singers of the time.

mankvill
01-31-2012, 05:55 PM
Somehow I knew there would be a lack of interest in this. It's really too bad too since Heep was such an amazing band and Byron was one of the best singers of the time.

never change, fonzy