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Heepquiz = Launched at january 29
Compiled by Konstantinos Takos from Greece

Correct answers in Yellow. See Below

Results update feb 14 2009

Tapio Minkkinen 8.6 out of 10
Mac Steagall 5.6 out of 10
Andreas Schulz 4.6 out of 10
Sabine Achilles 4.4 out of 10
Larry Lecheta 3.9 out of 10
Kris Degruytere 3.9 out of 10
Steve Dannatt 3.2 out of 10
Mikael Sφderblom 3 out of 10
Paul Clappison 2.3 out of 10
Steve Roche 2.3 out of 10
Paul Ainsworth 2.1 out of 10
Orjan Hall 2.1 out of 10
Egil Bokn 2 out of 10
Bernd Seiler 1.9 out of 10
Eric De Vlaming 1.9 out of 10
Hans Van Der Waart 1.6 out of 10
Jochen Klose 1.4 out of 10
Lennart Samuelsson 1.4 out of 10
Bruce MacGregor 1.4 out of 10
Pete Rose 0.9 out of 10
Tim Lloyd 0.8 out of 10
Craig Booker 0.8 out of 10
Markku Kemppainen 0.4 out of 10
 
 

The end date is february 15

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1. Which song has opened most Heep concerts from 1970 until now?

Q1: Bird Of Prey

 

 

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2. Which song features a guitar solo by a lead Heep vocalist? (‘Ken Hensley’ is not a valid answer).

 

Q2: Think It Over (guitar solo by John Sloman)


3. Which band member came up with the name “Bronze” for Gerry Bron’s company?
 

Q3: Iain Clark

 

4. Name three Heep songs (not covers) that were played live during 1970 and 1971 and have never been officially released in any form.

Q4: 1. So Nice (aka See You In My Dreams Tonight)

      2. Leave It All Behind

      3. The Ninth Door


5. Mick Box had a moustache in December 1973. True or False?

Q5: False (check http://www.rentrock.nl/uriahheep/amsterdam73)

 

6. When (year) and where (country) was “Circle of Hands” written?
 

Q6: 1972, Italy


7. Which of the following songs were included (even once) in the Rock ‘n’ Roll Medley which was performed from 1972 to 1974? Blue Suede Shoes, Johnny B Goode, At The Hop, Jailhouse Rock, Lucille, Hound Dog, Bread and Butter.
 

Q7: All of them!

      Blue Suede Shoes, At The Hop, Hound Dog: Included on the Live ’73 album.

      Johhny B Goode: Wien, Austria - June 17th, 1974 and Munster, Germany - May 3rd, 1972.

      Jailhouse Rock: Wien, Austria - June 17th, 1974.

      Lucille: Munster, Germany - May 3rd, 1972.

      Bread and Butter: Osaka, Japan – March 21st, 1973.

 

8. When and where was this picture taken?

Q8: June 1973 - Olympia, Paris, France. More photos from this gig can be found here: http://www.rentrock.nl/uriahheep/uriahheepparis%201973.htm

 

9.   When and where was this picture taken?

Q9: August 5th, 1973 - Alexandra Palace, London, England. “LMF” in the background stands for “London Music Festival”.

 

10. Who is this?

Q10: Iain Clark


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