Uriah Heep - Easy Livin'

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"Easy Livin'" is a song by the British rock band Uriah Heep, released as the second single from their 1972 album Demons and Wizards. The band has also shot a basic music video for the song in 1972. It was the band's only hit in the United States, peaking at #39 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September 1972.

The song's greatest success came in the Netherlands, where it reached #5 on the singles chart. The single also peaked at No. 25 in Canada. In 1988 the band released a live version of the song, with new vocalist Bernie Shaw, as a UK single from the album Live in Moscow.

The song was released in 1989, single live version. In 2006, Uriah Heep released "Easy Livin': Singles A's & B's" called a collection, which also included the name of the song. In 2009, the band released "Easy Livin'" "Celebration" album alternative studio version.

"Easy Livin'" did not reach the UK singles chart but was a big success in Germany, reaching #15. It had its biggest success in the Netherlands, where it charted at #5, while in Scandinavia it reached #17, in France #35 and in Australia #75. It reached the top 40 in the US. Along with "The Wizard", "Easy Livin'" helped the band achieve stardom in many countries.

The song is Uriah Heep's second "most listened" song on Last.fm, behind "Lady in Black".

"Easy Livin'" is Uriah Heep's second most covered song behind "Lady in Black".

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