Origin: England  
Genres: 70's Metal
DISBANDED
Page online: May 15, 2016
Last update/review: May 15, 2016

Jerusalem

This obscure British band managed one album in 1972, notable perhaps because it was produced by Deep Purple frontman Ian Gillan. The style is what you'd expect for 1972 hard rock/metal, they certainly weren't as heavy as Sabbath or even Budgie but they did a fair job of cranking out good hard rock. The original vinyl has become a collector's item and the album has been re-released a few times over the years. The band was a one-hit wonder, breaking up soon after the initial release.

Last Lineup

Linden Williams

vocals

Bob Cook

guitars

Bill Hayden

guitars (ex-Fog)

Paul Dean

bass

Ray Sparrow

drums



Discography


Jerusalem  
1972
  1. Frustration
  2. Hooded Eagle
  3. I See The Light
  4. Murderer's Lament
  5. When The Wolf Sits
  6. Midnight Steamer
  7. Primitive Man
  8. Beyond The Grave
  9. She Came Like A Bat From Hell
  • Linden Williams
  • Bob Cook
  • Bill Hayden
  • Paul Dean
  • Ray Sparrow




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