- 1.Devil's Daughter
- 3.Bad Bad Man
- 4.Rainbow Demon
- 5.Words In a Distance
- 6.The Wizard
- 7.Circle of Hands
- 9.Look At Yourself
- 10.Lady In Black
- 11.Easy Livin'
- 12.Sail the Rivers [Studio Track]
- 13.Across the Miles [Radio Version]
Uriah Heep: Mick Box (vocals, guitar); Phil Lanzon (vocals, keyboards); Trevor Bolder (vocals, bass); Lee Kerslake (vocals, drums); Bernie Shaw (vocals).
Recorded at The WDR Radio-Mobile Recording Studio, Cologne, Germany on June 23, 1994.
Personnel: Mick Box (vocals, guitar); Phil Lanzon (vocals, keyboards); Lee Kerslake (vocals, drums); Trevor Bolder, Bernie Shaw (vocals); Jim Hughes (guitar); John Welch (keyboards).
Audio Mixers: Mick Box; Kalle Trapp.
Liner Note Author: Malcolm Dome.
Recording information: The Music Hall, Cologne, Germany (06/23/1994).
Photographers: Isabella Seefried; Wolfgang Gonaus; Anton Sch?nhoffer; Stefan Kwiecinski.
Spellbinder is a live album recorded during Uriah Heep's 1995 tour to support Sea of Light. Perhaps the best-sounding of several concert discs in the group's mammoth discography, the record features plenty of old favorites. Naturally, the classic rock gems "Stealin'" and "Easy Livin'" are both included. Considering the many wholesale lineup changes that occurred after David Byron exited the U.K. metal outfit, these '70s tracks are practically cover songs. But the performances (especially the lush vocal harmonies) are first-rate. The exclusion of Abominog hit "That's the Way That It Is" and a few more Sea of Light picks is disappointing, but the producers of Spellbinder can't be blamed for their wariness of newer material. Vocalist Bernie Shaw does a fine job with the old songs, but fans who have been around long enough to remember will miss Byron's smooth delivery. A solid and professional set, Spellbinder is best suited for that tiny subset of fans who prefer the Shaw-era Uriah Heep to the more famous '70s outfit. ~ Vincent Jeffries