‘Black Sabbath’

Black Sabbath‘ is their eponymous debut studio album released on February 13, 1970 in the UK by Vertigo

Track Listing : 1.Black Sabbath (Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward, Ozzy Osbourne) – 06:20 . 2.The Wizard (Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward, Ozzy Osbourne) – 04:24 . 3.Behind The Wall Of Sleep (Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward, Ozzy Osbourne) – 03:37 . 4.N.I.B. (Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward, Ozzy Osbourne) – 06:08 . 5.Evil Woman (Larry Weigand, Dick Weigand, David Wagner) – 03:25 . 6.Sleeping Village (Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward, Ozzy Osbourne) – 03:46 . 7.Warning (Aynsley Dunbar, Alex Dmochowski, Victor Hickling, John Moorshead) – 10:28

Musicians : Black Sabbath – Band . Ozzy Osbourne – Vocals, Harmonica On (2) . Tony Iommi – Guitar . Geezer Butler – Bass . Bill Ward – Drums . Rodger Bain – Jew’S Harp On (6)

Production : Produced By Rodger Bain . Tom Allom – Engineer . Barry Sheffield – Engineer

Package : Marcus Keef – Design, Photography

Recorded On October 16, 1969 At Regent Sound Studios, London.

Released On February 13, 1970 By Vertigo.

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Mark Prindle
In fact, the whole record album is real good. Chop full of tasty licks. Lick full of tasty chops. Full of chops that taste good when you lick them. This is before the guitar turned into a substitute vacuum cleaner, so Tony is actually playing lots of distinct notes, which might bug you a little […]

BBC
Lyrical finesse was never the band’s strong point – as Sabbath authority Paul Wilkinson points out, there are only five words on the entire album that are longer than two syllables. […]

Rolling Stone
But the real standout here is “Angeline,” a sorrowful ballad with strings and some beautifully melancholy piano work that sounds like the cat had been listening hard to old masters like “Las Vegas Tango” on the great long-lost Individualism of Gil Evans album. […]

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