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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic2012 View Post
    Revisiting ......Sabbath...Vol.4

    It's really my favorite Sabbath album to be honest.
    Definitely one of their best.

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    For those who like the less abrasive metal with an almost melodic keyboard edge:



    And for those who do not understand why I would say that about this video, I am the father of lies and relish the suffering of the unsuspecting.
    Ephemeral Sun - because I gotta do something about these boxes of CDs in the basement: http://www.ephemeralsun.com

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    Jamming to: The Sword.......The Veil of Isis.

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    Ten years ago yesterday, we lost Ronnie James Dio.

    As is the case with so many artists I've enjoyed over the years, I don't really explore their discographies until they've passed away. Better late than never.

    NP: Mob Rules

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vic2012 View Post
    Ten years ago yesterday, we lost Ronnie James Dio.

    As is the case with so many artists I've enjoyed over the years, I don't really explore their discographies until they've passed away. Better late than never.

    NP: Mob Rules
    Got to see Ronnie live 6 times. 5 with Dio and once with Sabbath. He was amazing every time. My favorite rock vocalist of all time.

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    If anyone here is into Haken, my review of their new album is up:

    https://www.velvetthunder.co.uk/hake...nsideout-2020/
    Prog, Metal and Classic rock reviews/interviews - www.velvetthunder.co.uk

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    Got to see Ronnie live 6 times. 5 with Dio and once with Sabbath. He was amazing every time. My favorite rock vocalist of all time.
    Awesome. I haven't been to a lot of rock concerts in my life but I can say I've seen Steve Walsh and Paul Rogers perform. Yeah Ronnie was special. I've been binging on Ronnie for 6-7 months. Just everything, Rainbow, Sabbath, Dio for months and months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    Got to see Ronnie live 6 times. 5 with Dio and once with Sabbath. He was amazing every time. My favorite rock vocalist of all time.
    Saw the Black and Blue tour at Joe Louis Arena with Sabbath and Blue Oyster Cult in 1980. I'm not sure RJD even needed a mic the way he projected.
    "And your little sister's immaculate virginity wings away on the bony shoulders of a young horse named George who stole surreptitiously into her geography revision."

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dark Elf View Post
    Saw the Black and Blue tour at Joe Louis Arena with Sabbath and Blue Oyster Cult in 1980. I'm not sure RJD even needed a mic the way he projected.
    That is a tour I wish I had seen since it was two of my all-time favorite bands, but I didn't make it over to the east side of the state for that one. My only Sabbath show with Dio was the "Dehumanizer" tour at The State Theater in Kalamazoo. My favorite venue and an incredible show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveSly View Post
    That is a tour I wish I had seen since it was two of my all-time favorite bands, but I didn't make it over to the east side of the state for that one. My only Sabbath show with Dio was the "Dehumanizer" tour at The State Theater in Kalamazoo. My favorite venue and an incredible show.
    Never been to the State in Kazoo. I remember seeing Eric Clapton at Wing's stadium in the early 80s with Albert Lee as his rhythm guitarist. I remember thinking only Clapton could have someone like Lee as a friggin' backup on the guitar. But then a few years later I saw Clapton and Phil Collins was his drummer. So I guess when Eric calls, you just go.

    P.S. The Black and Blue tour was the only time I ever saw Dio live. It was great, of course, but I still think the Sabotage tour when Ozzy was still in the band was the best Sabbath show I've seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dark Elf View Post
    Never been to the State in Kazoo. I remember seeing Eric Clapton at Wing's stadium in the early 80s with Albert Lee as his rhythm guitarist. I remember thinking only Clapton could have someone like Lee as a friggin' backup on the guitar. But then a few years later I saw Clapton and Phil Collins was his drummer. So I guess when Eric calls, you just go.

    P.S. The Black and Blue tour was the only time I ever saw Dio live. It was great, of course, but I still think the Sabotage tour when Ozzy was still in the band was the best Sabbath show I've seen.
    I never saw Sabbath with Ozzy unfortunately, although I did see Ozzy solo on the "Diary Of A Madman" tour. Also saw Sabbath with Ian Gillan on the "Born Again" tour. Both of those were at Wings Stadium.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dark Elf View Post
    Saw the Black and Blue tour at Joe Louis Arena with Sabbath and Blue Oyster Cult in 1980. I'm not sure RJD even needed a mic the way he projected.
    Two of the best bands ever. That musta been a mutha of a night!

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    Revisiting:

    Cream .....Wheels Of Fire

    They were early metal. They influenced all those heavies like Zeppelin, Sabbath, Purple. It's blues rock but heavy and riffy.

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    Revisitin' Blue Cheer......Vincebus Erupton

    A stoner metal classic.

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    Listening to BC Outsideinside (1968). Psychedelic but crunchy and metallic.

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