At the dawn of the mid 1970’s, Black Sabbath was unanimously the fiercest live band on the planet. They’d been touring non-stop for over half a decade and practically burnt any stage they played upon with their ferocious energy. This documents what Sabbath would become as a live band during the second half of the 70s: a thunderous and well-oiled heavy metal machine that was second to none. This LP comprises long lost “King Biscuit Flower Hour” FM radio broadcasts of Sabbath performing in Pittsburgh on December 8, 1976 & September 2, 1978. This is sourced from rare original reels that were used for broadcast in the 70s. The sound quality is an excellent soundboard recording originally meant for professional broadcast. Comes in a full color jacket featuring superb rare artwork. Pressed on 100% virgin vinyl.
Limited edition fanclub pressing of 500 copies (with a small amount on color vinyl) on Trade Mark Of Quality records. Import.
|A1||Symthom Of The Universe|
|A4||Children Of The Grave|