Formats and Editions
More Info:2003 reissue of the British hard rock band's 1971 album includes seven bonus tracks, 'What's Within My Heart' (outtake from Look at Yourself sessions), 'Why' (Look at Yourself outtake), 'Look at Yourself' (Alternative Single Version), 'Tears in My Eyes' (Previously Unreleased Extended Version), 'What Should Be Done' (outtake, original studio version), 'Look at Yourself' (BBC Session - Previously Unreleased) & 'What Should Be Done' (BBC Session - Previously Unreleased). Deluxe package includes an expansive booklet & slipcase with rare memorabilia & photos. Castle.
''Look at Yourself'' is the third album released by British rock band Uriah Heep.
The title track and "July Morning" were released as singles in North America in 1971 and 1973, respectively.
The ''original'' cover art (not pictured opposite) on the LP came in a single sleeve with a die-cut opening on the front through which a reflective foil 'mirror' was seen. This relates the cover art directly to the album title. The idea was that of guitarist Mick Box. Not being a perfect reflecting surface, one sees a distorted image of oneself. Indeed, this theme is carried on with the band photos on the rear of the LP sleeve, which have also been distorted.
The LP itself was housed in a heavy-duty card inner, complete with lyrics.
The song "July Morning" has become the inspiration for a Bulgarian Hippie tradition, known eponymously as ''July Morning''. - Wikipedia
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