DOUBLE ALBUM RECORDED BETWEEN 1975-78
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Back in 1975, as many of you Sabbath bootlegs family members know, Ozzy was invited by one of his closest friend Chris Sedgwick to sing backing vocals on a cover of the Animals hit song � “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood”. This is maybe the .
Harvey Smith describes a night out at Tavern In The Town, a rock pub in Wolverhampton.
The original swirl colection
“Turn Up the Night” is the first song of the Black Sabbath’s album Mob Rules. It reached number #37 and #24 in the UK/US charts, respectively.
In a radio interview the band revealed that the four-beat hi-hat cymbal intro was simply a time-setter and was supposed .