Uriah Heep Live is a 1973 double live album by the British rock group Uriah Heep. In addition to a live version of the band's hit "Easy Livin'", the record includes classic live cuts such as "Sweet Lorraine", "Sunrise", and an extended live version of "July Morning". While on tour in the States, Live 73 reached #13 in the UK charts.
The original album packaging was a lavish affair, typical of the early-1970s. Being a 2-LP set it was a gatefold sleeve, with centre pages featuring photographs of the band members.
It was Uriah Heep's first live album, and their third US Gold album. Mercury Records initially released the album on CD without the medley, due to time constraints. This was later restored on the 2004 Sanctuary release.
Uriah Heep Live was certified Gold by the RIAA on October 12, 1973.