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  • Band / Artist
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  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Black Sabbath
  • 1975-10-12
  • When The Saints Go Marching In Bristol
  • Colston Hall
  • Town / City
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  • Bristol
  • N/A
  • England
  • FLAC
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  • Good
  • WildThing
  • 17th of October 2008
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  • BLACK SABBATH - "When The Saints Go Marching In Bristol" [Gardener Remaster] DATE : 1975/10/12 VENUE : Colston Hall, Bristol, UK LINEAGE : Master > Tape > CDR > FLAC > Remaster with Soundforge 7 > FLAC SETLIST : Supertzar Killing Yourself To Live Hole In The Sky Snowblind Symptom Of The Universe War Pigs When The Saints Go Marching In Sabbra Cadabra Jam I Guitar Solo I Jam II Guitar Solo II Sometimes I'm Happy Drum Solo Supernaut Iron Man Guitar Solo III Orchid Rock and Roll Doctor [instrumental version] Guitar Solo IV Black Sabbath Spiral Architect Embryo Children of the Grave Paranoid LINE-UP : Tony Iommi - guitar Ozzy Osbourne - vocals Geezer Butler - bass Bill Ward - drums Jezz Woodroffe - keyboards NOTES : The original recording I got ran a little fast, the levels were too low, the high ends were pretty much shot and there were several volume fluctuations, so I decided to fix these flaws before seeding it here. This is very good but a little distant audience recording of a pretty good show, worth hearing on its own because it includes the only known performance of "When The Saints Go Marching In" by Sabbath. Common versions of this show don't include the encore "Paranoid". This one has it but the sound quality is lesser than the rest of the show and there are several unfixable speed fluctuations, which could mean this particular song comes from a higher generation tape or a completely different show. ARTWORK INCLUDED Enjoy ! ----------------------------------------------------------- Anyone who has a low gen from the Hammersmith Odeon 03/13/77 that he / she is willing to share is welcome to do so. Thanks in advance :-)