It is a shame as he was also in the band Longer than Ozzy up until like the mid 00's. Eternal Idol is a great album and his voice worked well for Sabbath
Damn Straight! In fact the first time I saw Sabbath was with Martin (and Cozy lol). You can add Headless Cross and Tyr as excellent albums too .
Today's listening is a little Accept - Balls to the Wall and Metal Heart.
If Forbidden had, had better production, i think it would have been more well loved and we may have had to original 2 year original line up tour and that would have been it. Then back to The Martin era. Then Sharon wouldnt have got her money grubby hands on 50% of the Sabbath name.
Currently listening to Journey : Raised on Radio
I'm a Doctor, but probably not the one you were expecting
Next up on the music front, I'm going to relive my late teens/early twenties with:
The Sisters of Mercy - Floodland, Vision Thing The Damned - Phantasmogoria The Mission - Naked & Savage ( a compilation I made in the 80's)
That should take me 'til the end of work
Sounds like great company to spend the day!
I am listening to 'Echoes of Belief' by (occasional writer and musician for Big Finish) Jim Mortimore and Simon Robinson. Available on Bandcamp, it's actually free to download and strongly recommended. Tangerine Dream-like, I'm not sure it isnb't slightly mind altering!
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