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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave (in MA) View Post
    This tune is a bit easier to accept as a precursor to what Gillan and Glover would do next. (rough sound quality)
    Yes, now that is evidence that they are leaving the teeny bopper stuff behind and darkening their sound. And, it's a better rendition of "Morning Dew" than Lulu's. I looked up the Episode Six band bio to see that the keyboardist was someone named Sheila Carter, who also did vocals.

    Thanks for these blasts from the past.

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    Tony Iommi posted this on Facebook...
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    Nice but some of those songs had more than one signature riffs and he only plays the opening one
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    Quote Originally Posted by SunRunner2 View Post
    Yes, now that is evidence that they are leaving the teeny bopper stuff behind and darkening their sound. And, it's a better rendition of "Morning Dew" than Lulu's. I looked up the Episode Six band bio to see that the keyboardist was someone named Sheila Carter, who also did vocals.

    Thanks for these blasts from the past.
    I'm biased. I admit it. The first time I heard Morning Dew was Blackfoot's version and that's the one I like. I did search it out on Youtube a while back and couldn't find a proper live version of the tune, just cell vids. Whatever.

    The reason I was out looking for a Sabbath thread is that I have 13 Sabbath/Iommi cd's and only one has Ozzy on it. Most of the Tony Martin era and such were given to me but all the others are Dio years which I did buy. For some reason I never got around to buying the Ozzy stuff.

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    Nazareth covered it as well early on in their career

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    ^^ That is pretty good. I always liked the pre-Allmann Brothers 31st of February version.

    Orange is the new stupid.

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    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicts to complete nutcases.

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    Hey Trane.....

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    Sorry 'bout that, but not much I can do

    the description of the two-part pop-shop concert
    Dans l'histoire du rock, Black Sabbath est considéré comme le pionnier du métal. Emmené par Ozzy Osbourne au chant et Tony Iommi à la guitare, Black Sabbath influencera toute la scène heavy metal actuelle, mais aussi de nombreux groupes aux styles musicaux parfois très différents, des Cardigans à Kyuss, en passant par Black Flag. En 1970, les caméras de la RTB filment le groupe britannique en concert, dans sa formation originale. Ils interprètent : "Paranoid", "Hand of doom", "Iron Man" et "Black Sabbath".

    Dans l'histoire du rock, Black Sabbath est considéré comme le pionnier du metal. Emmené par Ozzy Osbourne au chant et Tony Iommi à la guitare, Black Sabbath influencera toute la scène heavy metal actuelle, mais aussi de nombreux groupes aux styles musicaux parfois très différents, des Cardigans à Kyuss, en passant par Black Flag. En 1970, les caméras de la RTB filment le groupe britannique en concert, dans sa formation originale. Ils interprètent : "N.I.B.", "Behind the wall of sleep", "War pigs" et "Fairies wear boots".
    my music collection increased tenfolds when I switched from drug-addicts to complete nutcases.

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    Mediaval Sabbath

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    Sabbath Tap Rockumentary

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