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The Gods were a late 60s British rock band, whose members would later go to join various big rock acts including King Crimson, Uriah Heep, Jethro Tull or The Rolling Stones. They released two albums.

Founded in the mid sixties, in this group at various stages of their carreer played, among others, future Uriah Heep members Ken Hensley (guitar/vocals), Paul Newton (bass) and Lee Kerslake (drums), Mick Taylor (later with…

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  • Love 'towards the skies'
  • looks like a greater hatchery than the Yardbirds themselves
  • when we were kids our parents had several singles on columbia which can in a paper sleeve which featured adverts for saucerful of secrets,established 1958,and The Gods and until about ten minutes ago I had never heard this album or group but have known about them since around 1968.
  • Божественно
  • Great band!
  • класс!
  • I think that The Gods version of Beatles song Hey Bulldog is far more better than the original!
  • He sure did.
  • I see many conections in their music to represetantive and well known Heep sound. Hensley realy expressed himself as a great singer in those days.

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