This is the long awaited critical review of Uriah Heep on record, on film and live on stage from 1970-1980; the crucial years when Ken Hensley was in the band. In his first candid interview for 25 years Ken gives a frank and revealing account which pulls no punches. We reveal the on and off stage factors which shaped the creation of the music. In addition we also hear the views of Mick Box, Lee Kerslake, Roger Dean, Gerry Bron and a team of leading critics and reviewers. This is required viewing for every Heep fan. The film features an in depth study of the music or Uriah Heep from Very 'Eavy to High and Mighty. Featuring rare radio broadcasts and archive footage from the early days right through to the end of the Byron era including new footage from the 1976 Pink pop festival.