Black Sabbath is one of the most infamous bands of the 1970s and '80s, often hailed by raucous fans for their outrageous and vulgar stage shows. While the band still exists in name, just one of the original members still plays under the moniker Black Sabbath.
This Rockview Audiobiography of Black Sabbath is engagingly hosted by Chris Tetle and John Brown. This audiobiography looks at the history of the band - including the problems that surfaced with Ozzy's departure - and features interviews with the original members of the band: vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, guitarist Ian Gillan, lead guitarist Tony Iommi, bassist Geezer Butler, and drummer Bill Ward.
Black Sabbath are the kings of heavy rock. This exclusive audiobiog features vocalist John "Ozzy" Osbourne, Ian Gillan, Toni Lommi, Terry "Geezer" Butler, and Bill Ward. Black Sabbath's image and the chemistry of Ozzy Osbourne was enough to propel the group to stardom.
In this exclusive and priceless audiobiog, the discussion is about the success of the band, the music and tours, the fans, and the media reaction, and why Ozzy does not conform to the accepted norms of life.
A classic - especially with Ozzy recalling his night in jail. This is not an authorised record company or management artist music release, and sound quality may vary.
Every fan and collector will want to hear this fantastic story from the band, the personal details, private lives, hilarious touring moments, and the reason and motivation behind the music.
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