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  Black Sabbath Online: Other Stuff: Email Me
Black Sabbath Online: Other Stuff: Email Me You want to email me? That's cool.
I like hearing from folks, but don't think you're emailing Black Sabbath or any of the 30 odd members that have been in the band over the years, because I am not them!
I failed to comprehend how people could think I was Black Sabbath before.
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 Black Sabbath Bass Tabs: 437 Free Tabs!
Black Sabbath (sometimes called Sabbath by fans) is a British heavy metal band, originally comprising Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar), Geezer (Terrance) Butler (bass), and Bill Ward (drums).
Black Sabbath formed in Birmingham, England in 1969 under the name Polka Tulk Blues Band (soon shortened to "Polka Tulk"), and later Earth.
Initially a blues-rock band, Earth moved in a darker direction when their bassist, Geezer Butler, a fan of the fl magic novels of Dennis Wheatley, wrote an occult-themed song titled "Black Sabbath" (the song name was apparently inspired by a 1963 Mario Bava film).
www.bassmasta.net /b/black_sabbath   (234 words)

  
 Black Sabbath : Rolling Stone
Sabbath man to go solo for first time in three years
A double disc documenting the heavy-metal thunder of the band's concert heyday in the Seventies.
Mixing equal parts bone-crushing volume, catatonic tempos, and ominous pronouncements of gloom and doom delivered in Ozzy Osbourne's keening voice, Black Sabbath was the heavy-metal king of the '70s.
www.rollingstone.com /artists/blacksabbath   (152 words)

  
 Rhino Records - Artist - Black Sabbath
Under the band name Heaven And Hell, the second coming of the Ronnie James Dio-fronted incarnation of Black Sabbath unleashes its sonic fury with a vengeance on this 2-CD live concert recording.
This first-ever compilation spotlighting Sabbath's Ronnie James Dio-fronted years spans 1980-2006 with 16 thundering tracks, including "Neon Nights," "Lady Evil," "Children Of The Sea," "The Mob Rules," and more.
Together for a short but memorable time—a trio of studio albums, a couple of tours, and countless thundering riffs—the second coming of Black Sabbath began in 1979 when founding members Tony Iommi and Terry "Geezer" Butler were joined by Ronnie James Dio.
www.rhino.com /artists/blacksabbath   (225 words)

  
  Roskilde Festival   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Black Sabbath has been dominating and inspiring the heavy metal genre since the release of their first album Black Sabbath in 1970 and has rightfully been named the godfather of heavy metal.
Black Sabbath has many different lead singers throughout the years, and in 1985 Ozzy returns to play a single concert with the band at Live Aid.
Ozzy Osbourne finally returns to Black Sabbath in the summer of 1997, where they offer a number of performances for Ozzfest in US – this is, however, without the band’s original drummer Bill Ward.
www.roskilde-festival.dk /object.php?obj=41052774&code=1   (635 words)

  
 Black Sabbath MP3 Downloads - Black Sabbath Music Downloads - Black Sabbath Music Videos
Black Sabbath has been so influential in the development of heavy metal rock music as to be a defining force in the style.
Black Sabbath, which took an even more extreme tack than the still blues- and folk-based Led Zeppelin, was lambasted by critics (and though they eventually made their peace with Zeppelin, they never did with Sabbath).
For Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (November 1973), the band brought in Yes keyboard player Rick Wakeman on one track, signaling a slight change in musical direction; it was Black Sabbath's fifth straight Top Ten hit and million-seller.
www.mp3.com /black-sabbath/artists/3107/summary.html   (3406 words)

  
 Black Sabbath
Black Sabbath recorded its self-titled first album in a single session in November 1969, setting up their gear in a small studio and running through their live set.
Black Sabbath was released on Vertigo in the U.K. and Warner Bros. in the U.S. Black Sabbath took a similarly quick and unadulterated approach to the recording of Paranoid, which was also cut in a few days.
The group wrote and rehearsed the material for Sabbath Bloody Sabbath at a castle in Wales that they claimed was haunted, further fueling their music’s unnerving vibe at a time when the group was testing its own mental and physical limits.
www.rockhall.com /inductee/black-sabbath   (2426 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Paranoid: Music: Black Sabbath   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Black Sabbath debuted in 1970, so they're probably one of the only bands you listen to that you're parents/teachers have heard of, can tolerate, and maybe even grew up listening to.
Black Sabbath are, to me, the epitome of heavy metal, since (probably) at least 90% of modern metal bands were somehow influenced by them.
Black Sabbath's debut album is perhaps the proper one to consider, but for whatever reason it didn't get much notice until after the release of Paranoid.
www.amazon.com /Paranoid-Black-Sabbath/dp/B000002KHH   (2645 words)

  
 Black Sabbath reviews
Black Sabbath are responsible for pioneering metal and all its forms we know today (including industrial, fl, death, and doom metal) and
Most artists play the Sabbath classics while trying very hard to imprint their own style of sound into the music.
What is a shame is that tracks from the Gillan- or Dio-eras weren't covered, which to my mind also represents a significant portion of what Black Sabbath is all about.
www.ram.org /music/reviews/black_sabbath.html   (730 words)

  
 Black Sabbath : iSOUND.COM™
Black Sabbath was one of the first heavy metal bands ever, consider them the grandfathers of heavy metal.
The members of Sabbath didn't live too far away from each other in the blue-collar city of Aston, Birmingham, England, but their relations as kids were not too good.
The band later renamed to "Black Sabbath", which was named after a 1930's film, Black Sabbath.
www.isound.com /black_sabbath   (665 words)

  
 MTV News | Half Of Black Sabbath Reunite With Dio; Tour Begins In March
But now Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi and bassist Geezer Butler are taking strides to resurrect the Dio era by recording three new songs with him for an upcoming best-of album, Black Sabbath: The Dio Years, and scheduling a world tour under the band name Heaven and Hell.
Black Sabbath's original drummer, Bill Ward, was not involved with the recordings and will not tour with the band.
After being nominated several times, Sabbath were finally inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame last year (see "Black Sabbath Finally Make Rock Hall Of Fame — Whether Ozzy Likes It Or Not").
www.mtv.com /news/articles/1548069/20061214/black_sabbath.jhtml   (1041 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Black Sabbath: Music: Black Sabbath   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Black Sabbath has been blamed for a lot of things that they had nothing to do with (alleged Satanism, etc.).
The first ever Black Sabbath song recorded was, well, "Black Sabbath." This song (and this album) begins with the sound of a thunderstorm.
Black Sabbath sounded like a band that worked very hard at crafting their material well and built up a tightness with tons of constant practice.
www.amazon.com /Black-Sabbath/dp/B000002KB8   (2377 words)

  
 Sheet Music Plus - Black Sabbath: Master Of Reality
"Black Sabbath was one of the best bands of the 70's and Tony Iommi's amazing guitar playing paved the way for Metal as well as hundreds of different subgenres.
Black Sabbath: We Sold Our Soul For Rock 'N' Roll For guitar, voice, vocal...
Black Sabbath: Riff By Riff - Guitar For guitar...
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 Black Sabbath for Ozzfest 2004 Petition
Black Sabbath made 8 studio albums with Ozzy Osbourne behind the microphone, including such classics as Paranoid, Master of Reality, Black Sabbath Volume 4, and Sabotage.
The undersigned are speaking, and they're saying they want Black Sabbath to play at Ozzfest 2004.
The Black Sabbath for Ozzfest 2004 Petition to Sharon Osbourne and all those involved with organizing Ozzfest 2004 was created by and written by Justin Sindall.
www.petitiononline.com /sab2004/petition.html   (267 words)

  
 Black Sabbath - Biographie - Tabs - Black Sabbath - Lyrics - Songtexte
Mit Black Sabbath zelebrieren Ozzy Osbourne (Gesang), Tony Iommi (Gitarre), Geezer Butler (Bass) und Bill Ward (Schlagzeug) Heavy Metal in seiner düstersten Ausprägung.
Zurück in Birmingham schnappt er sich seine drei Ex-Mitstreiter und karrt sie in den Proberaum eines Jugendclubs.
Mit Ozzys spätem Soap-Erfolg in "The Osbournes" scheint dies leider in immer weitere Ferne zu rücken.
www.musik-history.de /biographie/Black_Sabbath-14.html   (1160 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Sabbath Bloody Sabbath: The Battle for Black Sabbath: Books: Garry Sharpe-Young   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In an age of bona fide supergroups Sabbath were unquestionably the heaviest thing stalking the planet and quite remarkably had remained a solid unit where others around them suffered ongoing membership fall outs and line-up reincarnations.
Black sabbath is the greatest band of all time.
As the title states "The Battle for Black Sabbath" was written to cover the years after Ozzy left the band and everything that went on behind the scenes.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/ASIN/0958268428/73407921   (1959 words)

  
 Black Sabbath To Be Inducted Into Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Next Year | News @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
Black Sabbath To Be Inducted Into Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Next Year
According to a posting on Tony Iommi's official web site, Black Sabbath will be inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame at the 21st annual induction ceremony in New York next March.
Artists are eligible to be inducted into the Rock Hall after at least 25 years have passed since their first record was released.
www.ultimate-guitar.com /news/general_music_news/black_sabbath_to_be_inducted_into_rock_and_roll_hall_of_fame_next_year.html   (518 words)

  
 BLABBERMOUTH.NET - BLACK SABBATH: 1978 Live Recordings Unearthed
This is one of the best Sabbath bootlegs I own both in terms of sound quality and energy from the band.
One wouldn't that Sabbath were having all sorts of internal problems from hearing this show.
It's waay better than Sabbath Live at Last, and it does a great job of capturing their onstage energy back in the day.
www.roadrunnerrecords.com /blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=62817   (710 words)

  
 Black Sabbath
One of the first and most successful of the Led Zeppelin imitators, Black Sabbath stacked up piles of heavy blues-based guitar riffs (played by Tony Iommi), threw in a loud rhythm section (Terry Butler on bass, Bill Ward on drums), and topped it with ranting, occasionally Satanist lyrics shrieked by vocalist Ozzy Osbourne.
This was Sabbath's best selling record stateside; it doesn't have the biggest hits or the most variety, but I do think it's their most consistently listenable effort from their most important period.
Sabbath's old hedonistic heaviness is still MIA: "The Gates Of Hell" and the title track serve up the same metal clichés as the previous disc; "Kill In The Spirit World" and "Call Of The Wild" are the same corporate style Heart was using at the time; "Black Moon" has a syncopated heavy riff recalling
www.warr.org /sabbath.html   (3496 words)

  
 Welcome to Vandal's Tribute to Black Sabbath
Black Sabbath has established itself as THE heavy metal icon of the 20th Century.
Sabbath's guitar player and sole remaining original member, Tony Iommi, is currently writing new material for both Sabbath and a solo album.
Sabbath's original bassist, Geezer Butler, now has his own band called G//Z/R. Original drummer Bill Ward will be releasing his second solo album soon.
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 Black Sabbath News
It was announced Tuesday that Heaven and Hell, a band comprised of original and/or occasionally integral members of the primordial metal band Black Sabbath, will appear in the Mohegan Sun Arena on May 15.
It'll be heaven for Black Sabbath fans when Heaven And Hell -- the rechristened, Ronnie James Dio-fronted version of the band -- plays a 20-date U.S. tour in April and May.
BLACK SABBATH: Audio Samples Of Three New Songs Available - Mar. 1, 2007 Audio samples of the entire BLACK SABBATH "best-of" collection, "Black Sabbath: The Dio Years", are available at RhinoRecords.com.
www.topix.net /who/black-sabbath   (788 words)

  
 Billboard.com - Discography (more) - Black Sabbath - Best of Black Sabbath [Platinum Disc]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Unless you're a die-hard fan, it's quite difficult to keep track of all the different lineups that have toured and recorded under the name Black Sabbath after Ozzy Osbourne's exit in 1979.
This version of Sabbath would go on to record a pair of largely ignored albums together, 1990's TYR and 1995's Forbidden, which serve as the basis for the 2001 compilation The Best of Black Sabbath.
It's a tough sell to issue a Sabbath "best-of" and not include such metal standards as "Paranoid" or "Iron Man," but this ten-track collection sticks to the aforementioned latter-day era (for the most part at least -- a few tracks from 1994's Cross Purposes, which saw Murray briefly replaced with Geezer Butler, are included).
www.billboard.com /bbcom/discography/more.jsp?tp=others&pid=4105&aid=493817   (439 words)

  
 Black Sabbath Discography & Albums, Black Sabbath CDs & Biography
Heavy Metal band Black Sabbath's original and best known line up were permanent member Tony Iommi (guitar), John "Ozzy" Osbourne (vocals), Terry "Geezer" Butler (bass) and Bill Ward (drums).
They were originally known as Earth, but changed their name to Black Sabbath in 1969.
Black Sabbath became a rotating cast of characters for much the rest of their career, with Iommi being the only constant.
www.prex.com /biography/Black-Sabbath-discography.html   (1108 words)

  
 Black Sabbath We Sold Our Soul For Rock & Roll CD United Kingdom
Black Sabbath is responsible for penning some of the greatest hard rock/heavy metal tunes of all time, and nearly all are featured on the double-album WE SOLD OUR SOUL FOR ROCK & ROLL.
Sabbath's early favorites, "Black Sabbath," "Wizard," and "N.I.B.," contain a slightly more bluesy edge than the band's later material, while "Paranoid," "War Pigs," "Children of the Grave," "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath," "Sweet Leaf," and "Iron Man" remain amongst heavy metal's finest moments.
Maybe it was Ozzie's new TV show, but after 40 years of buying albums I got my first Black Sabbath CD.
www.cduniverse.com /search/xx/music/pid/6786281/a/We+Sold+Our+Soul+For+Rock+%26+Roll.htm   (416 words)

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