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This Jacket is certainly one of the coolest historical Black Sabbath items ever ! The jacket was bought by Tony Iommi in 1969 and wore it out through Sabbath's early tours adding stickers and patches along the way.The Jacket was donated by Tony Iommi to Hard Rock and is currently in display at Hard Rock in Berlin,Germany.
Blues Folk Festival poster
Flyer for a gig at The Pokey Hole blues club, Lichfield, Staffordshire, UK on 1st August 1969
Midland Beat Feb 1964
Midnight City membership card
One of two records called BRUM BEAT released in 1964.
Melody Maker (1969) - The Blues still dominated the front pages up until the late 60's.
The Levi Set Blues Group Band business card (1965-67). The band were managed by Norman Hood who would later go on to be involved with Judas Priest as well as other bands.
The Kinks ' You Really Got Me' 7" single (1964). Credited by many as being one of the first 'heavy metal' songs.
Rare photograph of Black Sabbath during recording of their self-titled album at Regent Sound Studio (1969)
Rhythm & Blues All Stars LP (1966)
Mothers t shirt
The Electric Guitar Amplifier Handbook by Jack Darr (1966)
Mothers Posters (1969-1970) - a selection of 5 posters.
As part of the Metal on Film programme 1-4th September 2011 the Italian cut of the film that Black Sabbath take their name from was screened.
Dont Know if this will interest you,Iwas in a band called Titus Oates, bluesy band doing the circuit in Brum in the late sixties, we used to do the same gigs as Black Sabath. Lots of people remember us and the best gig we did was the Alhambra back of new st, other members were Dave Fear on Drums Ron Braid Vocals John Hankin on bass and me on guitar Met Robert Plant etc
Dennis Wheatley novel
Strange Conflict – Dennis Wheatley (1965). Geezer Butler of Black Sabbath was influenced by Wheatley's works.
Brownie & Sonny LP (1965).