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I've known for years that Rick played on SBS but I never really knew how that came to pass. It's another case of studios with multiple recording rooms. Black Sabbath was in one room recording Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, YES was next door recording Tales
In my opinion, this is easily the most underrated Black Sabbath album. I love it. My favorite track is definitely When Death Calls, personally, although I like the whole album. Honorable mention goes to the title track.
Yep a obvious one but why the hell not !!
I'm trying to put toghter every possible cover I can think of, and maybe find a song for all 8 of the Ozzy albums and hopefully the Dio ones. Right here is my list of what I've found so far, let me know if you have a suggestion and feel free to upload
Black Sabbath Vol. 4 was released on September 25, 1972. Geezer Butler calls this album "Snow Blind in L.A." Vol. 4 was the first Black Sabbath album to be recorded outside the UK. The band rented a posh house in Bel Air for rehearsals and
I am personally a fan of Tony Martin Black Sabbath years and I feel that The Eternal Idol, Headless Cross, Tyr , and Cross Purposes contain some great material, and Tony Martin years were unfairly overlooked, do you agree or disagree and why?
I know that Geezer was trying to play a classical riff, but accidently played the tri-tone. Does anyone know what the classical song was called?