Friday, November 5, 2010

Black Sabbath-Paris 12-19-70 & BBC 1970 (FLAC)

Black Sabbath-"Paris 12-19-70 & BBC 1970" (FLAC)

Black Sabbath
War Pigs Great Dane Records (GDR CD 9119)
December 19,1970
Source: TV Soundtrack
Quality: VG+
Lineage: Silver CD>EAC>TLH>FLAC


Ozzy Osbourne: Vocals
Tony Iommi: Guitar
Geezer Butler: Bass
Bill Ward: Drums


2.Hand Of Doom
3.Iron Man
5.Behind The Wall Of Sleep
6.War Pigs
7.Fairies Wear Boots
8.Black Sabbath

This is a direct copy of Great Dane Records' "War Pigs" bootleg CD. It's from the same source as the previously posted version but without any of the glitches, pops and other flaws that plagued the currently seeded version and a significantly better sound quality.



Black Sabbath
1st January 1970
"Peel in Concert", unknown venue.

Broadcast by BBC 6Music on 1st Novemberber 2009 for Stuart Maconie's Live Freaks.

**[BBC 6Music is an FM and digital broadcaster. Bit rate on DAB radio is
128kbps, DVB-T and Digital Satellite 160kbps. This is the DVB-T recording]**

DVB-T (160kbps / 48Khz) > Nebula DigiTV > Hard Disk MP2 > mp3DirectCut


01 Introduction
02 Fairies Wear Boots
03 Behind The Wall Of Sleep

Part 1-

Part 2-

Part 3-

1 comment:

Carl said...

Over the Mountain & Flying High Again.
I love both those songs and they probably mean allot to Ozzy. When he wrote those songs when he just came out of very dark and sad and very low place after being fired fired from Sabbath. If it was not for Sharon his wife he may of given up and just died.

When Sharon found Ozzy after Sabbath, Ozzy was not much more than a ball on the floor in a puddle of urine. She pulled him up and gave him strength. Then into Ozzy's life walked Randy Rhoads who I think was just as good as a ripper as Eddie Van Halen. Then Ozzy and Randy made some of the best Ozzy songs of that time. But with Randy's untimely death the world will never know what the future held for Ozzy if Randy would not of died. But during the time Ozzy and Randy made those songs after the low spell after Sabbath Ozzy was Over The
Mountain in his life and Flying High Again.

But the world of rock cant forget the awesome songs that came out of Sabbath during Ozzy's absence. Ozzy was out of Sabbath and in walked Ronnie James Dio and then Sabbath put out Heaven and Hell a kick ass album. But it is sad that radio stations today don't play Heaven and Hell from Sabbath that much if any. Every time you heir a song on the radio from sabbath its the same 2 songs over and over and over again, Paranoid and Iron Man, what's up with that? Such as the song Neon Nights from the Heaven and Heall album was a rockin jammin song but not a lick played on the radio. And now that Ronny is passed away and one of the best voices ever in rock will leave another hole in the hearts of metal followers all over the world. Now years that have gone buy in the body of rock its heart still beats with the like of Ozzy and the spirits of the past greats.
Rock on dude.
Carl Leduc