Sweet Lorraine (Uriah Heep song)

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For the Nat King Cole (Burwell / Parish) song, see Sweet Lorraine.
"Sweet Lorraine"
Single by Uriah Heep
from the album The Magician's Birthday
A-side Sweet Lorraine
B-side Blind Eye
Released December 1972
Format 7"
Genre Hard Rock
Length 4:13
Label Bronze
Mercury
Writer(s) Mick Box, David Byron, Gary Thain
Uriah Heep singles chronology
"Blind Eye"
(1972)
"Sweet Lorraine"
(1972)
"Spider Woman"
(1972)
The Magician's Birthday track listing
"Rain"
(5)
"Sweet Lorraine"
(6)
"Tales"
(7)

"Sweet Lorraine" is a song by the band Uriah Heep, first released on the album The Magician's Birthday. It was written by Mick Box, Gary Thain and David Byron. "Sweet Lorraine" reached #91 in the US Billboard Hot 100.[1] It is one of the better-known songs by the band, famous, in part, for its Moog synthesizer solo performed by Ken Hensley. It became a popular live performance, and is still played by the band to this day. The B-side of "Sweet Lorraine" is the first single released from The Magician's Birthday, "Blind Eye".

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  1. ^ "Billboard Singles". All Media Guide / Billboard. Retrieved 2010-03-01. 

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