Southern All Stars - Yeah!!Southern All Stars - Yeah!! Various Artists - Country Music [2011]Various Artists - Country Music [2011] Spice Girls - ForeverSpice Girls - Forever Rebecca Cervera - Daughter of a KingRebecca Cervera - Daughter of a King Deer Tick - Deer Tick, Vol. 2Deer Tick - Deer Tick, Vol. 2 Bjorn Lynne - SootheBjorn Lynne - Soothe Karaoke - HappyKaraoke - Happy Grup Tres - Altres ValorsGrup Tres - Altres Valors
» » Black Sabbath - Live at Hammersmith Odeon
Black Sabbath - Live at Hammersmith Odeon album download
Title:

Black Sabbath - Live at Hammersmith Odeon album download

Performer:
Black Sabbath
Album:
Live at Hammersmith Odeon
Released:
1981
Genre:
MP3 archive size:
1528 mb
FLAC archive size:
1819 mb
Other formats:
MMF DXD DTS ASF VQF MPC
Rating:
4.3
Votes:
259

Live at Hammersmith Odeon is a live album by Black Sabbath recorded at three concerts between 31 December 1981 and 2 January 1982, during the Mob Rules tour. The songs "Country Girl" and "Slipping Away" made their debut on an official live release. The CD was released only as a digipak, featuring a mini reproduction of a tour programme

referencing Live At Hammersmith Odeon, CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RHM2 07735. This is an excellent Live recording by the best Metal Band on this planet. As much as i like the original Black Sabbath formation with Ozzy and Bill Ward, Vinny Appice on drums makes this Live recording a smashing sensation. Even Toni Iommi has to stand back in second line sometimes, when you hear the mighty drums, that fill your living room on the right rig. He drives the music like a 1000 horsepower motor.

Live at Hammersmith Odeon is a live album by British traditional heavy metal band Black Sabbath. The album was recorded at three concerts between 31st December 1981 and 2nd January 1982, during the Mob Rules tour. Live at Hammersmith Odeon Q&A. Producers Martin Birch & Rodger Bain. Writers Bill Ward, Dio, Geezer Butler & 3 more. Assistant Engineer Joe "C" Foglia. Assisted By Graham Wright & Mickey Balla.

The album was re-released as disc 2 of the 2010 remaster of Mob Rules (from Universal/Sanctuary). It was licensed directly from the band. Recording information: Tracks 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 recorded Live 3. 2. 1981 in London, The United Kingdom Tracks 3-5, 7, 9, 11 recorded Live . 1. 1982 in London, The United Kingdom Tracks 1-2, 13 recorded Live . 1982 in London, The United Kingdom.

Live at Hammersmith Odeon is a live Black Sabbath album recorded at three concerts between 31 December 1981 and 2 January 1982, during the Mob Rules tour. The songs "Country Girl" and "Slipping Away" make their debut on official live releases. The CD was released only as a digipak, featuring a mini reproduction of a tour programme.

As a result, many longtime fans will attest that this lone live document was an album that lacked the spark of Sabbath's live shows circa 1980 through 1982. Recorded in December 1981 (in support of the underrated release, Mob Rules), the lineup of Ronnie James Dio, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Vinny Appice are on fire throughout - as they launch through a set that is split almost 50-50 between Ozzy-era classics and soon-to-be Dio-era classics.

Live At Hammersmith Odeon. By: Black Sabbath (2007, Rock). More albums from Black Sabbath: Forbidden by Black Sabbath. Seventh Star by Black Sabbath. Technical Ecstasy by Black Sabbath. Never Say Die! by Black Sabbath. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath by Black Sabbath. The End by Black Sabbath. Born Again by Black Sabbath. View all albums . Live At Hammersmith Odeon.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 E5150 Black Sabbath
2 Neon Knights Black Sabbath
3 N.I.B. Black Sabbath
4 Children of the Sea Black Sabbath
5 Country Girl Black Sabbath
6 Black Sabbath Black Sabbath
7 War Pigs Black Sabbath
8 Slipping Away Black Sabbath
9 Iron Man Black Sabbath
10 The Mob Rules Black Sabbath
11 Heaven and Hell Black Sabbath
12 Paranoid Black Sabbath
13 Voodoo Black Sabbath
14 Children of the Grave Black Sabbath
  • Given that the modern opinion of music journalists considers Black Sabbath some sorts of “Rock Gods” (of the likes of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones), the quantity of live releases, compilations, singles and re-masterings (official or not) has been enviable (like that of The Grateful Dead) and ever-growing. One of those late releases, Live at the Hammersmith Odeon, is the second official one which documents Black Sabbath with Ronnie James Dio behind the mic, and in many ways it’s longer, more consistent and gives less the impression that Dio didn’t really wanted that much to sing the songs sung by Osbourne, although if his tendency to go into vocal vortex is again here, along with a hoarser performance. On the whole, the live album is fine, but still hardly essential.