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Black Sabbath

1. Moscow 1989

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1. Headless Cross (6:22)
2. Neon Knights (5:04)
3. Children of the Sea (6:07)
4. Iron Man (5:05)
5. Children of the Grave (4:41)
6. MC (With Interpreter) (1:58)
7. When Death Calls (6:48)
8. War Pigs (7:04)
9. Guitar Solo / Die Young (7:16)
10. Guitar Solo / Black Sabbath (12:53)
11. Heaven and Hell (19:11)
12. Apache (3:26)
13. Paranoid (4:05)

Musicians:
Tony Martin - Vocals
Tony Iommi - Guitars
Cozy Powell - Drums
Neil Murray - Bass
Geoff Nicholls - Keyboards

Live At Olympic Hall Moscow 1989

This DVD features one of a total of thirteen live shows that the band played in November 1989 in Moscow alone, before they ended their Headless Cross world tour a couple of weeks later with a number of dates in Leningrad.

Black Sabbath, Tony martin era must be the most criminally underrated, and 1of the most underproduced work ever, "live in moscow 1989" proves this account in spades! This live DVD with exception of the cross purposes live album is the only concert including Tony Martin im aware of, that in itself you would think would qualify for a decent makeover for a committed release, unfortunately this is not quite the case.

The concert itself is fantastic, expect no less in that respect and is worthy of 5stars alone, however here, essentially is raw footage captured on camera with poorish sound quality and average grainy visual. It is a result of a neglected show and a casulty i suspect of an absence of a record company to record and properly release it. The lack of a main menu at the start points very much towards "tape to disc transfer." --- Agma (UK)

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2. New York 1980

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01 - War Pigs
02 - Neon Nights
03 - N.I.B
04 - Iron Man
05 - Guitar Solo
06 - Paranoid
07 - Heaven And Hell
08 - Die Young

Line-up:
    Tony Iommi – lead guitar, keyboards
    Ronnie James Dio– lead vocals 
    Geezer Butler – bass guitar, synthesisers 
    Bill Ward – drums, percussion, vocals 

Long Island 17/10/80 USA. 

Sharon Arden (later Sharon Osbourne), daughter of Black Sabbath manager Don Arden, suggested former Rainbow vocalist Ronnie James Dio to replace Ozzy Osbourne in 1979. Dio officially joined in June, and the band began writing their next album. With a notably different vocal style from Osbourne's, Dio's addition to the band marked a change in Black Sabbath's sound. "They were totally different altogether", Iommi explains. "Not only voice-wise, but attitude-wise. Ozzy was a great showman, but when Dio came in, it was a different attitude, a different voice and a different musical approach, as far as vocals. Dio would sing across the riff, whereas Ozzy would follow the riff, like in "Iron Man". Ronnie came in and gave us another angle on writing." Black Sabbath toured the US throughout 1980 with Blue Öyster Cult on the "Black and Blue" tour.

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