Acoustically Driven

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Acoustically Driven
UH Acoustically driven.jpg
Cover art by Roger Dean
Video by
Released12 June 2001
Recorded9 December 2000
VenueMermaid Theatre, London, UK
GenreAcoustic rock, progressive rock
Length75:07
LabelClassic Rock Legends
ProducerPip Williams
Uriah Heep video chronology
The Legend Continues... A Celebration of Thirty Years in Rock
(2000)
Acoustically Driven
(2001)
Moscow and Beyond
(2002)
Acoustically Driven
Live album by
Released12 June 2001
Recorded9 December 2000
VenueMermaid Theatre, London
GenreAcoustic rock, progressive rock
Length75:07
LabelPhantom
ProducerPip Williams
Uriah Heep live chronology
Future Echoes of the Past
(2001)
Acoustically Driven
(2001)
Electrically Driven
(2001)

Acoustically Driven is a live video released in VHS and DVD format by British rock band Uriah Heep in 2001. The video was shot live with an orchestra and choir.[1][2] It was published also in a two disc set with a DVD of the live concert.

Track listings[edit]

  1. "Introduction" – 0:47
  2. "Why Did You Go?" – 3:59
  3. "The Easy Road" – 2:41
  4. "Echoes in the Dark" – 4:44
  5. "Come Back to Me" – 4:40
  6. "Cross That Line" – 5:56
  7. "The Golden Palace" – 8:17
  8. "The Shadows and the Wind" – 4:30
  9. "Wonderworld" – 4:33
  10. "Different World" – 5:03
  11. "Circus" – 4.21
  12. "Blind Eye" – 3:37
  13. "Traveller in Time" – 2:50
  14. "More Fool You" – 3:30
  15. "Lady in Black" – 6:15
  16. "Medley: The Wizard / Paradise / Circle of Hands" – 9:24

Personnel[edit]

Uriah Heep
Additional musicians
  • Ian Anderson – flute on "Circus" and "Blind Eye"
  • The Uriah Heep Classic Rock Music Ensemble:
    • Liz Chi Yen Liew – first violin
    • Sarah Chi Liew – second violin
    • Saskia Tomkins – viola
    • Pauline Kirke – cello
  • Steafan Hannigan – uilleann pipes and percussion
  • Melvin Duffy – pedal steel and slide guitar
  • Pip Williams – additional acoustic guitar on "Lady in Black", strings arrangements
  • Kim Chandler – flute on "The Easy Road", "The Golden Palace" and "More Fool You", backing vocals
  • Emma Robbins – backing vocals
  • Billie Godfrey – backing vocals

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Uriah Heep Totally driven. Musikansich. Norbert von Fransecky
  2. ^ "URIAH HEEP - "Totally Driven"". Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal. 04/30/2016