26 Mar 2012
Black Sabbath – Live in Berlin (1970)
Featured Album / Artist: Black Sabbath – Live in Berlin (1970)
Between Rainbow and Black Sabbath, Ronnie James Dio considered to put his own band together, but before he could get a record deal or even a band together, he got a call from Tony Iommi asking Dio to put a band together with him, as he was very unhappy with Black Sabbath's then-singer Ozzy Osbourne. Dio supposedly talked a few times with Iommi about the band and after they finally decided to put a band together, he didn't heard anything from Iommi any more. At that point Dio decided to move from New York to Los Angeles, as he disliked New York very much.In Los Angeles Dio was contacted by Tony Iommi again when Iommi invited Dio to replace Ozzy Osbourne. Dio got invited to Iommi's home in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. During the night he spent there, he wrote Children Of The Sea with Black Sabbath and got the singer spot in the band right away. The band went to Criteria Recording Studios in Miami, Florida, as well as to Studio Ferber in Paris, France with producer Martin Birch, to record Heaven And Hell.
Music Genre : Heavy Metal (U.K.)
Code Format : MP3 (192 Kbps) Bootleg
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