Black Sabbath - Live Evil mp3 flac download
|Style:||Hard Rock, Heavy Metal|
|Date of release:||1982|
|MP3 album size:||1968 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1351 mb|
|Digital formats:||AU MP1 APE MPC VOX AHX AA|
Very rare footage of Black Sabbath feat. Ronnie James Dio. Filmed in Seattle in 1982 for Live eviL VHS.
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Live Evil is the first official live album by British heavy metal band Black Sabbath. The previously released Live at Last (1980) was not sanctioned by the band. Live Evil peaked at number 37 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. In early 1982 Black Sabbath's publishing deal with their previous management expired. By re-recording several songs from their earlier catalog and releasing them as a live album, all the songwriters stood to see a hefty profit from the publishing royalties.
The artwork was meant to signify several Black Sabbath song titles visually. They are: Paranoid, Voodoo, Heaven & Hell, Neon Knights, . Iron Man, War Pigs, Children of the Sea, & Mob Rules. I always liked the ‘Live at Hammersmith Odeon’ album better; I feel it has a more stronger sound but Joe I’m pretty sure your aware of the Live Evil video footage, do you know if any release was intended in ’82 or if any future release is coming out? Reply. September 2, 2016 at 7:30 pm. Hammersmith does sound better, and the tracks were re-mixed in 2007 using modern technology, not 1983 technology and a producer that was aware of the mistakes made while producing the other two Sabbath live albums, namely Live Evil and Live at Last
Black Sabbath's first attempt at an official live album, 1982's Live Evil was also the straw that broke the camel's back - or rather, split the legendary group's second lineup right down the middle.
Black Sabbath – Live Evil. Label: Vertigo – PRID 11. Series: Priceless –. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue. Crew – Bill Russell (4), Ian Ferguson, Michael Howse, Peter Resty. Crew – Bill Hutcheson, Jim Scott, Scott Stogel. Crew – Ronnie Sebourne. Crew – Angelo Arcuri, Steve Griffiths (2). Crew – Gary Marks (2), Harry Netti. Design – Martin Nichols (2). Drums – Vinnie Appice.
Release date: December 1st, 1982. Due to the acrimonious nature of their split with Black Sabbath just before the release of the album, Ronnie James Dio is billed only as "Ronnie Dio" and Vinny Appice is listed as a guest musician despite having been a full member of the band. The original 80′s US CD version (Warner) had 2 discs in 2 Jewel Cases.
Live Evil is the first official live album by British traditional heavy metal band Black Sabbath. The album was recorded in Seattle, San Antonio, and Dallas during the band’s 1982 tour in support of their album Mob Rules. Producers Black Sabbath, Martin Birch & Rodger Bain. Writers Bill Ward, Dio, Geezer Butler & 3 more. Assistant Engineer Joe C Foglia. Assisted By Graham Wright & Mickey Balla.
Due to the acrimonious nature of their split with Black Sabbath just before the release of the album, Ronnie James Dio is billed only as "Ronnie Dio" and Vinny Appice is listed as a guest musician despite having been a full member of the band.
|A4||Children Of The Sea||6:00|
|C1||The Mob Rules||3:05|
|C2||Heaven And Hell||11:47|
|D1||The Sign Of The Southern Cross / Heaven And Hell (Continued)||7:16|
|D3||Children Of The Grave||5:10|
- Artwork By [Art] – Jay Vigon, Paul Clark, Stan Watts
- Bass – Geezer Butler
- Drums – Vinny Appice
- Engineer – Bill Freesh, Lee De Carlo*
- Guitar – Tony Iommi
- Keyboards – Geoff Nicholls
- Producer – Geezer Butler, Tony Iommi
- Vocals – Ronnie Dio*
NotesMobile Crew: Bill Hutcheson, Jim Scott, Scott Stogel
Lighting: Tim Murch, Adrian Finn, Mark Coleman, Marshall Sweeten
Rigger: Ronnie Sebourne
Lighting Designer: Martin Nichols
Sound Crew: Gary Marks, Harry Netti, Steve Griffiths, Angelo Arcuri
Monitor Mixer: Steve Zelenka
Drivers: Pat Calhoon, Bill Huddler, Mark Henderson, Jeff Wezzerner, Tim Gross
Recorded with: The Record Plant Mobile, LA
Mixed at: The Record Plant Mobile, LA
Tour Manager: Paul Clark
Tour Accountant: Nick Cua
Sound by: Tasco Sound
Travel for band by: Cal Starr Travel
Transport for equipment and crew/trucks and buses: Ego Trips
|1-23742||Black Sabbath||Live Evil (2xLP, Album, Win)||Warner Bros. Records||1-23742||US||1982|
|826 881-2, 826881-2||Black Sabbath||Live Evil (CD, Album)||Vertigo, Vertigo||826 881-2, 826881-2||Germany||1989|
|15PP-47-48||Black Sabbath||Live Evil (2xLP, Album, RE)||Vertigo||15PP-47-48||Japan||Unknown|
|ESM CD 333, GAS 0000333ESM||Black Sabbath||Live Evil (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Essential, Essential||ESM CD 333, GAS 0000333ESM||UK||1996|
|VMCD126||Black Sabbath||Live Evil (CD, Album, RE, RM, Dig)||Voice Music||VMCD126||Brazil||2015|