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Black Sabbath live in 1972

Philip Osborne describes seeing Black Sabbath at Town Hall, Birmingham on 24th January 1972. He had his camera with him.


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Black Sabbath poster

Cathy Myhill (pictured with her husband Pat) designed the poster for a Black Sabbath gig on 2nd March 1970 at Birmingham College of Art and Commerce (as it was then known), which they are holding. Pat booked the gig in his capacity as social secretary .
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Big Bear Follies 02/03/1970

Submitted by Pat Myhill who was Entertainments Secretary at the College of Art and Commerce Birmingham 1969-70.


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Bedlam (1973) and Big Bertha (1968) from Birmingham

Big Bertha, a heavy three piece featuring Dave Ball (Guitar) Denny Ball (Bass) and Cozy Powell (Drums). Formed out of the ashes of Ace Kefford Stand. Bedlam formed in 1973. This album, plus a couple of live things. Toured the States with Black Sabbath in 1974.


(Very) old Sabbath shirt

From my 62 years old mate shirts collection. The senile fool can't remenber when he purchased it ;) I would think it's from the late seventies. Iron on transfer as they use to do back then. Quite faded but nice one though.


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LP, NEMS label, Signed by the band

Black Sabbath is the debut studio album by English heavy metal band Black Sabbath. Released on 13 February 1970 in the United Kingdom, and later on 1 June 1970 in the United States, the album reached number eight on the UK Albums Chart and has .
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