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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 12 Nov 2021, 21:21

kath wrote:
Matt Wilson wrote:My top ten:

Paranoid
Sabbath, Bloody Sabbath
Black Sabbath
Volume 4
Master of Reality
Sabotage
Heaven and Hell
Mob Rules
Technical Ecstasy
Born Again


i like this list. i dewwwww


Nice list. One surprise - The Gillan one...!




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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 12 Nov 2021, 21:22

more oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooofdom and ooooooooooooooferyyyy

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 12 Nov 2021, 21:22

C wrote:
kath wrote:
John aka Josh wrote:






"And you're right!"

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mwhhahahaa


"Not 'arf" as Fluff would say



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Doob! Should have used that myself.





Both Fluff and Peel below Alexis Korner for me, but all three excellent purveyors of music.
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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 12 Nov 2021, 21:23

i love that lil end to sabbra cadabra mwhahaha

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby LMG » 12 Nov 2021, 21:24

C wrote:
kath wrote:i think fluff is beautiful


Yes - no filler there!

A delight

Back to the riff machine

Rick Wakeman guesting (was in the next studio recording Topographic Oceans)

kath: Fluff named after BBC radio disc jockey Alan "Fluff" Freeman who was one of the few radio folk in Britain to play Sabbath's music on-air.

I loved Fluff Freeman much more than John Peel







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Imagine having YOUR NAME on a Sabbath track.

You would never feel sad depressed or low again.

"What's that Sabbath track that's all about drunken fighting, debauched sex, and annoying the neighbours with loud music?"
"You mean 'LMG/Doobs' ? Yeah, it's a monster track!"
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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 12 Nov 2021, 21:24

killllling yerselfff to lllivvve

damnnnnnnnn

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 12 Nov 2021, 21:25

LMG wrote:
C wrote:
kath wrote:i think fluff is beautiful


Yes - no filler there!

A delight

Back to the riff machine

Rick Wakeman guesting (was in the next studio recording Topographic Oceans)

kath: Fluff named after BBC radio disc jockey Alan "Fluff" Freeman who was one of the few radio folk in Britain to play Sabbath's music on-air.

I loved Fluff Freeman much more than John Peel







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Imagine having YOUR NAME on a Sabbath track.

You would never feel sad depressed or low again.

"What's that Sabbath track that's all about drunken fighting, debauched sex, and annoying the neighbours with loud music?"
"You mean 'LMG/Doobs' ? Yeah, it's a monster track"


mwhahahahaaaa

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 12 Nov 2021, 21:27

LMG wrote:
"What's that Sabbath track that's all about drunken fighting, debauched sex, and annoying the neighbours with loud music?"
"You mean 'LMG/Doobs' ? Yeah, it's a monster track!"







:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 12 Nov 2021, 21:27

they change it up all the damn time

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 12 Nov 2021, 21:27

Killing Yourself to Live - great title- it probably sums up Ozzy state of mind at the time who himself admits was 'unravelling'

Monster riffs with an awesome bass line

The first time I saw Sabbath was on the same bill as Jethro Tull and Ten Years After - London Lyceum

ten shillings (10/-) 50 pence post decimalisation!

Early 1971

[I'm sure you've heard that story and the Phil Lynott hit. Sorry :oops: ]




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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 12 Nov 2021, 21:28

That was a corker.
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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 12 Nov 2021, 21:28

C wrote:Killing Yourself to Live - great title- it probably sums up Ozzy state of mind at the time who himself admits was 'unravelling'

Monster riffs with an awesome bass line

The first time I saw Sabbath was on the same bill as Jethro Tull and Ten Years After - London Lyceum

ten shillings (10/-) 50 pence post decimalisation!

Early 1971

[I'm sure you've heard that story and the Phil Lynott hit. Sorry :oops: ]




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stories are meant to keep being told, i say

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby pcqgod » 12 Nov 2021, 21:28

I love how they were never content to stick with one main riff per song, and were always changing the feel, the riff, the volume at different points in a song. Very prog of them.
Where would rock 'n' roll be without feedback?

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 12 Nov 2021, 21:28

kath wrote:more oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooofdom and ooooooooooooooferyyyy


You're not wrong girl!!

Monster solos!





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DarknessFish wrote:Rother's picture quiz is cool, but I'm losing the will when you end up trying to guess albums by The Pineapple Thief.

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 12 Nov 2021, 21:29

John aka Josh wrote:That was a corker.


yes indeed

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby pcqgod » 12 Nov 2021, 21:29

And speaking of prog....
Where would rock 'n' roll be without feedback?

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby kath » 12 Nov 2021, 21:29

pcqgod wrote:I love how they were never content to stick with one main riff per song, and were always changing the feel, the riff, the volume at different points in a song. Very prog of them.

yep exactly, and i love it so much about em.

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 12 Nov 2021, 21:29

C wrote:Killing Yourself to Live - great title- it probably sums up Ozzy state of mind at the time who himself admits was 'unravelling'

Monster riffs with an awesome bass line

The first time I saw Sabbath was on the same bill as Jethro Tull and Ten Years After - London Lyceum

ten shillings (10/-) 50 pence post decimalisation!

Early 1971

[I'm sure you've heard that story and the Phil Lynott hit. Sorry :oops: ]




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I was almost certainly getting one shilling a week pocket money in '71!
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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby C » 12 Nov 2021, 21:30

pcqgod wrote:I love how they were never content to stick with one main riff per song, and were always changing the feel, the riff, the volume at different points in a song. Very prog of them.


Spot on.

That's what put them above all the rest for me

[and by 'rest' you can pick who you like!]





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DarknessFish wrote:Rother's picture quiz is cool, but I'm losing the will when you end up trying to guess albums by The Pineapple Thief.

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Re: PSL: Black Sabbath, Friday 12th November @ 9pm [UK]

Postby John aka Josh » 12 Nov 2021, 21:31

pcqgod wrote:I love how they were never content to stick with one main riff per song, and were always changing the feel, the riff, the volume at different points in a song. Very prog of them.









You tell it like it is.
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