Wise Man (song)
|Single by Uriah Heep|
|from the album Firefly|
|Released||December 7, 1976|
|Songwriter(s)||Ken Hensley, Jack Williams|
|Uriah Heep singles chronology|
"Wise Man" is a song by British rock band Uriah Heep. The song was written by Ken Hensley and Jack Williams for their album Firefly, which was released on December 7, 1976, a day before their tour kicked off supporting Kiss in Macon, Georgia.* The song is also the first single from the album and the first single with the band's new vocalist John Lawton. "Wise Man" was recorded at Roundhouse Recording Studios in London during October and November 1976, and was written in the key of A major.
- Mick Box – guitar
- Ken Hensley – keyboards
- Lee Kerslake – drums
- Trevor Bolder – bass guitar
- John Lawton – lead vocals
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