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  • Performer: Black Sabbath
  • Title: The Black Sabbath Story Volume I • 1970 - 1978
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: Germany
  • Record source: VHS, Compilation, PAL
  • Released: 1991
  • Style: Heavy Metal
  • Label: Castle Music Pictures, 4Front Video, Karussell
  • Cat#: 088 338 3
  • MP3 album: 1395 mb
  • FLAC album: 2970 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Black Sabbath - The Black Sabbath Story Volume I • 1970 - 1978 Download

Tracklist

1Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
2Symptom Of The Universe
3N.I.B.
4War Pigs
5Paranoid
6Snowblind
7Never Say Die
8Children Of The Grave
9It's Alright
10Rock 'N' Roll Doctor


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
088 338 3Black Sabbath The Black Sabbath Story Volume I 1970 - 1978 ‎(VHS)PolyGram Music Video088 338 3UK1991
VALC-3301Black Sabbath The Black Sabbath Story Volume One: 1970-1978 ‎(Laserdisc, 12", S/Sided, NTSC)Castle Music PicturesVALC-3301Japan1991
SVEM0051Black Sabbath The Black Sabbath Story Volume One ‎(DVD-V, PAL, All)Sanctuary Visual Entertainment MidlineSVEM0051UK2002
06076 88326-9Black Sabbath The Black Sabbath Story Volume One ‎(DVD-V)Sanctuary Visual Entertainment, EMI Music Canada06076 88326-9Canada2002
SDE3003Black Sabbath The Black Sabbath Story (Volume One) ‎(DVD-V, PAL, Wid)Sanctuary Visual EntertainmentSDE3003UK2002


Credits

  • BassGeezer Butler
  • DrumsBill Ward
  • Executive-ProducerGeoff Kempin
  • Film ProducerMartin Baker , Stephanie Bennett
  • Film Producer [Associate]Janice Ginsburg
  • GuitarTony Iommi
  • SleeveBrian Burrows
  • VocalsOzzy Osbourne


Notes

Total length: Approx 60 minutes

Track 1: Filmed in concert, Paris, 1970
Track 2: Unique black & white T.V. footage, Belgium, 1970
Track 3: Filmed in concert, Paris, 1970
Track 4: Filmed at the outdoor festival "California Jam" in 1974
Track 5: Concert footage from The Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1978
Track 6: Unique colour footage of their conceptual video filmed in 1973
Track 7: The Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1978
Track 8: Rare colour footage filmed in 1976, featuring Bill Ward singing solo
Track 9: Rare colour footage filmed in 1976
Track 10: First time seen on video or T.V. since transmission on BBC Top Of The Pops, 1978

Title on tape: Black Sabbath Story 1970 - 78

A Delilah Music Pictures production for Castle Music Pictures.
A Castle Communications PLC release.
Manufactured, sold and distributed in the U.K. by PolyGram Video Ltd.

℗ & © 1991 Castle Communications PLC


Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 44008 83383 3


Companies

  • Record Company – Delilah Music Pictures
  • Record Company – PolyGram
  • Distributed By – PolyGram Video Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – PolyGram Video Ltd.
  • Produced For – Castle Music Pictures
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Castle Communications PLC
  • Copyright (c) – Castle Communications PLC
  • Recorded At – California Jam
  • Recorded At – Hammersmith Odeon
  • Recorded At – Top Of The Pops


Album

The Black Sabbath Story Vol. 1 - 1970-1978: is a documentary about the heavy metal band Black Sabbath that recounts their history from the days of Earth one of their first names, to the separation with Ozzy. The film includes a live appearance at the 1978 Top Of The Pops, where they played Never Say Die. A DVD version has been released in 2002, with 35 min of additional footage, including a promo video of A Hard Road not included in the previous VHS version. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. Show lyrics. Track 1: Filmed in concert, Paris, 1970 Track 2: Black & white T. footage, Belgium, 1970 Track 3: Filmed in concert, Paris, 1970 Track 4: Filmed at the outdoor festival California Jam in 1974 Track 5: Concert footage from the Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1978 Track 6: Colour footage of their conceptual video filmed in 1973 Track 7: Hammersmith Odeon, London, 1978 Track 8: Rare colour footage filmed in 1976, featuring Bill Ward singing solo Track 9: Rare colour footage filmed in 1976 Track 10: BBC Top Of The Pops, 1978. Identifiers: Barcode: 044008833833. Many consider Black Sabbath to be the godfathers of heavy metal, but Sabbath was capable of surprising its fans with songs that showed other facets of their skills besides darkness and monstrous decibels. Decades after their initial impact, guitarists are still stunned by Tony Iommis jaw-dropping riffs, Geezer Butlers swooping bass lines, and Bill Wards thunderous drums. BLACK SABBATH: THE COMPLETE ALBUMS 1970-1978 Album Listing. Black Sabbath 1970 Paranoid 1970 Master Of Reality 1971 Vol. 4 1972 Sabbath Bloody Sabbath 1973 Sabotage 1975 Technical Ecstasy 1976 Never Say Die 1978. Filed Under: Black Sabbath. max volume. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. 1978 Track 8: Rare colour footage filmed in 1976, featuring Bill Ward singing solo Track 9: Rare colour footage filmed in 1976 Track 10: First time seen on video or T. since transmission on BBC Top Of The Pops, 1978. Title on tape: Black Sabbath Story 1970 - 78. A Delilah Music Pictures production for Castle Music Pictures. A Castle Communications PLC release. Paranoïd Rare Black and White TV Footage, Belgium 1970. War Pigs Live, Paris 1970. Children of the Grave the Outdoor Festival California Jam 1974. Snowblind Live Hammersmith Odeon, London 1978. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Unique Color Footage of Their Conceptual Video 1973. Symptom of the Universe Live Hammersmith Odeon, London 1978. It's Alright Color Footage Ft. Bill Ward Singing Solo 1976. Rock 'n' Roll Doctor Live 1976. Never Say Die Exclusive Footage from the BBC's Top of the Pops 1978. Buy this album. Starting with 1973's Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, the group began to stretch out a bit on their albums, giving guitarist Tony Iommi acoustic spotlights, weaving synthesizers into their tapestry of doom, gradually opening up the sound of their records so much that they no longer had their mystique. Includes: Black Sabbath, Paranoid, Master Of Reality, Black Sabbath Vol. Black sabbath is just under Led zeppelin and Pantera for me as being my favorite band. And classic albums like Vol. 4, sabbath bloody sabbath, and sabotage etc. are the reason. Its a shame they don't play anything on the radio but the paranoid album. I think their better stuff came with later albums, but paranoid is still a classic album. Even underrated albums like Never say die, and technical ecstasy need some love and have some really cool underrated and more of a experimental songs on it but rock in a way only black sabbath can. Black Sabbath is the debut studio album by the English rock band Black Sabbath. Released on 13 February 1970 in the United Kingdom and on 1 June 1970 in the United States, the album reached number eight on the UK Albums Charts and number 23 on the Billboard charts. Black Sabbath is widely considered the first heavy metal album. Additionally, the opening track of the album, Black Sabbath, has been referred to as the first doom metal song. A box set combining Black Sabbaths first eight albums Black Sabbath through Never Say Die with a four-song DVD of a performance at the Beat Club. The song order on the first album is changed from the version that was released in the U. Black Box: The Complete Original Black Sabbath 1970-1978 Q&A


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