Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Judas Priest - 2014-10-18 - Pittsburgh

Judas Priest
October 18, 2014
Petersen Events Center
Pittsburgh, PA





01. Intro (Battle Cry)
02. Dragonaut
03. Metal Gods
04. *Break*
05. Devil's Child
06. *Break*
07. Victim of Changes
08. Halls of Valhalla
09. *Break*
10. Love Bites
11. March of the Damned
12. Turbo Lover
13. *Break*
14. Redeemer of Souls
15. *Break*
16. Beyond The Realms of Death
17. Jawbreaker
18. *Break*
19. Breaking The Law
20. Hell Bent For Leather
21. *Break*
22. You've Got Another Thing Comin'
23. *Break*
24. Living After Midnight
25. Defenders of the Faith

Judas Priest - 2014-10-11 - Mashantucket

Judas Priest
October 11, 2014
Grand Theater at Foxwoods,
Mashantucket, CT





01. Intro, War Pigs
02. Battle Cry
03. Dragonaut
04. Metal Gods
05. Devil's Child
06. Victim of Changes
07. Halls of Valhalla
08. Love Bites
09. March of the Damned
10. Turbo Lover
11. Redeemer of Souls
12. Beyond the Realms of Death
13. Jawbreaker
14. Breaking the Law
15. Hell Bent for Leather
16. You've Got Another Thing Comin'
17. Living After Midnight
18. Defenders of the Faith


The Band:

Rob Halford - vocals
Scott Travis - drums
Ian Hill - bass
Richie Faulkner - guitars
Glenn Tipton - guitars

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Judas Priest - 2014-10-01 - Rochester

Judas Priest
October 1, 2014
Main St. Armory
Rochester, NY




01 Intro: Battle Cry
02 Dragonaut
03 Metal Gods
04 banter
05 Devil's Child
06 Victim of Changes
07 Halls of Valhalla
08 Love Bites
09 March of the Damned
10 Turbo Lover
11 banter
12 Redeemer of Souls
13 Beyond the Realms of Death
14 Jawbreaker
15 Breaking The Law
16 Hell Bent for Leather
17 Oh Yeah!
18 You've Got Another Thing Comin'
19 Living After Midnight
20 Defenders Of The Faith

Friday, October 10, 2014

Deep Purple - 2014 - Live In Japan 2014

Deep Purple
2014
Live In Japan 2014


2014-04-10 
Osaka, Japan

01. Mars
02. Apres Vous
03. Into The Fire
04. Hard Lovin' Man
05. Strange Kind Of Woman
06. Vincent Price
07. Contact Lost
08. Uncommon Man
09. The Well-Dressed Guitar
10. The Mule
11. Above And Beyond
12. Lazy
13. Hell To Pay
14. Don Airey Keyboards Solo
15. Perfect Strangers
16. Space Truckin'
17. Smoke On The Water
18. Green Onion
19. Hush
20. Roger Glover Bass Solo
21. Black Night

2014-04-12 
Tokyo, Japan

01. Mars
02. Apres Vous
03. Into The Fire
04. Hard Lovin' Man
05. Strange Kind Of Woman
06. Vincent Price
07. Contact Lost
08. Uncommon Man
09. The Well-Dressed Guitar
10. The Mule
11. Above And Beyond
12. Lazy
13. Hell To Pay
14. Don Airey Keyboards Solo
15. Perfect Strangers
16. Space Truckin'
17. Smoke On The Water
18. Green Onion
19. Hush
20. Roger Glover Bass Solo
21. Black Night


Thursday, October 09, 2014

Black Sabbath - 1975-08-05 - Asbur Park

Black Sabbath
August 5, 1975
Convention Hall
Asbury Park, NJ





101. Killing Yourself to Live
102. Hole in the Sky
103. Snowblind
104. Symptom of the Universe
1205. War Pigs
106. talking
107. Megalomania

201. Sabbra Cadabra
202. Supernaut
203. Iron Man
204. Orchid > Rock & Roll Doctor > Don’t Start (Too Late)
205. Black Sabbath
206. Spiral Architect
207. Embryo > Children of the Grave
208. Paranoid

 A highly respected Sabbath collector contacted King Biscuit to inquire about the full release of their 1975 show, which was thought to be from Philadelphia by most people at the time. King Biscuit had been taking requests for future releases, so this was a completely legitimate request. Their initial response was that the show "wasn't good enough". But once the KB engineers had a listen to the tapes, they quickly discovered how wrong their assessment was. One of them even asked the collector to identify a song for them. It turned out to be "Spiral Architect"! Also, the tapes were identified as being from the Asbury Park show, not Philadelphia as previously thought. (sabbathlive.com)
The King Biscuit kindly sent the collector a complimentary copy of the show, since there were now plans to release it officially. But when he tried to follow up on this release a few months later, the King Biscuit employee no longer worked there and the release was apparently nixed. And it was from this 'advance promo' that the slew of Asbury Park bootlegs originated from.

A compromised 2cd set called ‘Past Lives’ was finally released comprising selections from three separate shows recorded between 1973 and 1975
This stereo soundboard recording began circulating in 2001 and is taken from the master tape, made for broadcast as mentioned above. It captures the band at the beginning of the ‘Sabotage’ tour with the classic line-up of Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward.
This is the full unedited show from Asbury Park originally heard on bootleg under such titles as “Heaven And Earth,” “Sabotaged,” “Accidental Overdose” “Let Slip The Pigs Of War and Dying To Live.
As a live document of the Sabotage tour, there is, at this time, simply nothing better available. The recording opens with a stomping version of "Killing Yourself To Live". It’s an angry performance with Ozzy's vocals having a bluesy quality and sounding positively enraged at certain points. The song has a grim message, without a doubt. Unlike those that came from later eras of the band, the grim darkness that shrouds the lyric of this is firmly grounded in reality. The sense of helplessness and futility ("You work your life away and what do they give? /You're only killing yourself to live") in these words has an universal quality that I think nearly anyone can relate to. I can't help but remember the background of Terry "Geezer" Butler when I listen to these lyrics. I can see the darkness of a steel town like Birmingham and the blackened faces of factory workers enduring brawling, blighted lives. Geezer's righteous indignation at the injustices of the world is expressed better in other songs, so in a sense this song is a variation on the traditional Sabbath theme of alienation from the mainstream world but also a satisfying and acceptable musical statement. And its suitably energetic performance by the band makes for a rousing opener as well.

Following new song “Hole In The Sky” is "Snowblind". Ward counts the band in and they launch into the magisterial, grinding riff. Many may find this dull and ponderous, but I hear a simple but epic musical number that carries the listener away to an entirely different mood. It’s a mood set by Iommi's guitar, the focus of power, around which the vocals, instruments, and lyrics swirl. From the first time I heard Iommi's beautiful, brooding blues guitar, I responded to its sound immediately, it’s meditative, soaring peaks and its dismal valleys. It sounded primordial, like the vivid essence of what rock guitar should be, technically simple but emotionally vast. Iommi learned his lessons from early American rock 'n' roll and its earlier blues roots just as every other British guitar hero of his generation did. His playing always exhibited a commitment that you could hear in every note. Its 'sincerity' remains unquestionable in my eyes. And that commitment and emotional depth is what I respond to even today. The crash and burn in this song is extraordinary. Tony leads the band from one crushing section into another in a consistently dramatic fashion and his playing is wonderfully inspired.

Speaking of the dramatic, "War Pigs" begins with a raucous squeal from Iommi before the band lurches into the intense and melancholy opening. The second section again shows why no other rhythm section has ever inspired Tony to the outermost limits of his ability like Geezer and Bill did. Bill, in particular, astounds me. He drives this band at times with his tremendous sense of feel and his creativity. And the chemistry between Bill and Geezer is undeniable. Probably the busiest bass player of his time, outside of Jack Bruce, he plays fluid, swinging lines that demonstrate more empathy with and support Tony's guitar work in a myriad of ways that a rhythm guitarist could never hope to match.

"Sabbra Cadabra" opens at full throttle and it's boogie Sabbath playing a relentless, warped, and very individual take on the classic rock 'n' roll subject of passion for a woman. The band establishes an impressive groove that centres around the rhythm section with Tony's incendiary licks laid over the top of it all. And, by god, he was never the most talented vocalist in the world, but Ozzy was putting everything he could into his vocals here and I appreciate that much more than his voice cracking could ever displease me. And it cracks a lot in this song and throughout the entire concert. Technical brilliance in music should be respected, but I could care less whether Ozzy can hit and sustain high notes, never slip out of key, and astound with his sweet dulcet tones. His voice is full of grit, reality, and character here. It is one of the classic rock voices, never pretty, but cawing, insistent, and unstoppable. He spits out the lyrics to this song with interest and authority and grabs a hold of the band as only a strong front man can.

The jam that follows the song is often just flat out brilliant. There are some riffs within this musical exhibition that show how heavy Sabbath could still be in 1975 and how some of their experimentation with new sounds were beginning to hit the mark in quality. Of the latter, the slightly funky, meandering jam with Geezer's distinctive wah-wah bass sounds incredible to these ears and one can only wonder what that jam could have turned into if the band had turned its full attention to it in the studio.

The slow, brooding blues of "Sometimes I'm Happy" starts. The gloomy swing of the music belies the romance and cheerfulness of the lyric. It was a definite departure from the typical Sabbath song in this era, but the lyrics are primarily, ornamental and serve as an open-ended structure designed to allow room for improvisation from show to show. Ozzy sings the lyrics with ugly, full-on passion. Ward and Butler shine again here as they establish a slow, slinky groove that is the absolute highlight of this particular performance.

Ozzy introduces Bill Ward and his drums take over. Drum solos can be brutal, interminable affairs with little redeeming musical value. The best examples of drum solos are short excursions that most often lead into the next song; we get that here. Ward shows off his distinctive, upbeat jazzy patterns and also the raw, angry power that kept Sabbath in good stead for over a decade.
The band segues into "Supernaut" with a piercing squeal. Ward is a dynamo on the sticks as the band delivers here with a towering, aggressive performance. Ozzy is again going full out here; the stress he is subjecting his vocal chords to is obvious.

The band backs away again and leaves Ward alone again to wail on his kit. After a brief drumming exhibition, Ward begins to pound out the rudimentary opening beats of "Iron Man" and Ozzy says to the crowd, "Guess what?" What a joker. The guitar comes in and it sounds slightly out of tune, but the band soldiers on and this version rises up from the pack on the strength of the band's interplay tonight. It could have fallen completely apart, but it doesn't. Instead Sabbath plays it with vengeance and authority, like the garage band to end all garage bands, and anything unusual about the performance begins to pale in comparison to the intimidating head of steam that the band builds. The band blows up in the final section and unleashes a barrage of its gloomy, angst-ridden industrial metal before they collapse into a brief Iommi solo.

At this point, we have our intermission, and the band plays a tape of "Changes" for the crowd's benefit.

The brooding, baroque notes of "Orchid" begin and it is played with lovely touch and restraint. Like many bands of this genre in this era, Sabbath made a conscious attempt to utilize both spectrums of light and dark, soft and heavy. These experiments, while noble, often resulted in some of the more obscure filler tracks on the studio albums.

Iommi's heavily distorted guitar returns and, after briefly noodling, Iommi begins to play an embryonic form of "Rock 'n' Roll Doctor" that was taking shape during the extended jams of this tour. The groove isn't quite there yet, but they have the song and, even in its early form, it shows promise as a strong rocker firmly in the Sabbath mould. Once they finish however, the band disappears and what we end up with is Iommi playing flurry after flurry of notes in a largely nonsensical, forgettable fashion. He finishes by playing a fast version of "Black Sabbath’s intro before the band segues into the main riff of the song with a roar. This performance here makes full use of the song's primal theatre. This is a committed band playing with absolute authority and the song ends up being yet another strong performance in a night full of them.

"Spiral Architect" is one of the more ambitious songs on an album that reeks of ambition. The less said about the lyrics, the better. Geezer tries in seemingly every line to break through to some higher level of emotion and thought, but the result is a collection of obscure, pseudo-poetic lyrical conceits that communicate little to the listener but a sense of bafflement. Only during the bridge do the lyrics reach clarity and speak to the listener directly, simply, and emotionally. Oddly, Ozzy's energetic wail largely redeems the weaknesses of the lyrics and he is obviously there with every word. There's a critical difference between the Ozzy's vocals in this era and his vocals in the concerts that followed Sabbath's reunion years later. It isn't really chops. The word is commitment and Ozzy has it here in spades. Churning and crashing around him is a band that executes well and moves effortlessly through the song's many tempo changes. Iommi's guitar sounds brittle and sharp here, but it works as he plays vicious, slashing chords and notes that demand to be noticed. This is a performance from a band that wasn't locked into an image and was a real band intent on pushing their sound and song-writing into new areas and if the new material doesn't entirely succeed live, which it doesn't, it's a noble and interesting failure.

Before introducing “Children of the Grave” Ozzy splutters out his typical spiel about love to the audience but it doesn't sound much like love when the song begins. Tony rushes the intro and when the relentless, immortal opening riff begins, you understand immediately that Tony was pumped to play this song. He attacks the riff with focused, undeniable aggression and leads the band through a rampaging, raucous version of this song that features Ward playing with wonderful abandon. The frantic energy that the entire unit brings to the song implies the dire messages of impending doom that the lyrics hold. Ozzy doesn't sound like he's trying to cajole the youth of the world into gentle revolution; he sounds angry and his tone is soaked with rage and condemnation. It's a wonderful performance.

It's time for the encore "Paranoid", but it’s apparent from the first note that the energy from the previous performance has carried over into this song and the band establishes a dominant, authoritative groove as they rip through it with sledgehammer like intensity. It provides us with a thunderous close to a show that only grew in momentum from the first number to the last.

Black Sabbath - 1983-08-28 - Dublin

Black Sabbath
1983-08-28
Dalymount Park
Dublin





01. Children Of The Grave
02. Hot Line
03. War Pigs
04. Supernaut
05. Drum Solo
06. Rock'n'Roll Doctor
07. Disturbing The Priest
08. Black Sabbath
09. The Dark
10. Zero The Hero
11. Guitar Solo
12. Digital Bitch
13. Iron Man
14. Smoke On The Water
15. Paranoid



Recorded during the "Kings Of Rock" festival in Dublin. Due to the fact this is a festival gig, the band had to sorten the show and drop "Born Again" and "Keep It Warm", so this is the full show you've got here.

Black Sabbath - 1983-09-14 - Madrid

Black Sabbath
1983-09-14
Estadio Ramon Valero
Pabellon Del Deportes Del Real Madrid
Madrid






01 Supertzar
02 Children Of The Grave
03 Hot Line
04 War Pigs
05 Born Again
06 SuperNaut
07 Drum Solo
08 Rock'N'Roll Doctor
09 Disturbing The Priest
10 Iron Man
11 The Dark / Zero The Hero
12 Guitar Solo
13 Digital Bitch
14 Black Sabbath
15 Smoke On The Water
16 Paranoid

Black Sabbath - 1983-09-18 - Offenbach

Black Sabbath
1983-09-18
Stadhalle
Offenbach






01. Children of the Grave
02. Hot Line
03. War Pigs
04. Born Again
05. Supernaut
06. Drum Solo
07. Rock'n'roll Doctor
08. Disturbing the Priest
09. Iron Man
10. The Dark
11. Zero the Hero
12. Guitar Solo
13. Digital Bitch
14. Black Sabbath
15. Smoke on the Water
16. Paranoid

Black Sabbath - 1983-09-30 - Paris

Black Sabbath
1983-09-30
Espace Balard
Paris





Soundboard

01 Children of the Grave
02 Hot Line
03 War Pigs
04 Supernaut & Drum Solo
05 Rock 'n Roll Doctor
06 Disturbing the Priest
07 Iron Man (cut) & beginning of Guitar Solo
08 Guitar Solo
09 Digital Bitch
10 Smoke on the Water
11 Paranoid

Black Sabbath - 1983-10-21 - Montreal

Black Sabbath
1983-10-21
Forum
Montreal





01 Children of the grave
02 Hot line
03 War pigs
04 Disturbing the priest
05 Supernaut
06 Drum solo
07 Rock'n'roll doctor
08 Iron man
09 The dark ~ Zero the hero
10 Heaven and hell
11 Guitar solo
12 Digital bitch
13 Black Sabbath
14 Audience
15 Smoke on the water
16 Paranoid

Black Sabbath - 1983-10-25 - Toronto

Black Sabbath
October 25, 1983
Maple Leaf Gardens
Toronto, ON







01. Intro: Supertzar
02. Children Of The Grave
03. Hot Line
04. War Pigs
05. Disturbing The Priest
06. Supernaut
07. Drum Solo
08. Rock 'n' Roll Doctor
09. Iron Man
10. The Dark
11. Zero The Hero
12. Heaven And Hell
13. pointless jam
14. Guitar Solo
15. Digital Bitch
16. Black Sabbath
17. Smoke On The Water
18. Paranoid

Black Sabbath - 1983-11-05 - Philadelphia

Black Sabbath
November 5, 1983
Spectrum
Philadelphia, PA








01. Intro: Supertzar
02. Children Of The Grave
03. Hot Line
04. War Pigs
05. Disturbing The Priest
06. Supernaut
07. Drum Solo
08. Rock 'n' Roll Doctor
09. Stonehenge
10. Iron Man
11. The Dark
12. Zero The Hero
13. Heaven And Hell
14. Guitar Solo
15. Digital Bitch
16. Black Sabbath
17. Smoke On The Water
18. Paranoid

ExtrAs:

01. Interview with Tony & Bev, 94WYSP Philadelphia
02. Radio spot, 94WYSP Philadelphia
03. Bev ad, 94WYSP Philadelphia
04. Ian ad, 94WYSP Philadelphia

Black Sabbath - 1983-11-11 - Detroit

Black Sabbath
1983-11-11
Cobo Arena
Detroit, MI







01. Intro/ Supertzar
02. Children Of The Grave
03. Hot Line
04. War Pigs
05. Disturbing The Priest
06. Supernaut
07. Drum Solo
08. Rock & Roll Doctor
09. Iron Man
10. The Dark
11. Zero The Hero
12. Heaven & Hell
13. Guitar Solo
14. Digital Bitch
15. Black Sabbath
16. Smoke On The Water
17. Paranoid
18. Outro - End

Black Sabbath - 1984-01-25 - Daly City

Black Sabbath
1984-01-25
Cow Palace
Daly City, CA





01.Supertzar
02.Neon Knights
03.Hot Line
04.War Pigs
05.Supernaut
06.Rock 'N' Roll Doctor
07.Stonehenge
08.Black Sabbath
09.The Dark
10.Zero The Hero
11.Heaven And Hell
12.Guitar Solo
13.Digital Bitch
14.Iron Man
15.Children Of The Grave
16.Paranoid

Black Sabbath - 1983-08-18 - Drammen

Black Sabbath
1983-08-18
Drammenshallen
Drammen






01 Stonehenge
02 Children Of The Grave
03 Hot Line
04 War Pigs
05 Born Again
06 Supernaut
07 Drum Solo
08 Rock N Roll Doctor
09 Disturbing The Priest
10 Digital Bitch
11 Black Sabbath
12 Zero The Hero
13 Guitar Solo
14 Iron Man
15 Smoke On The Water
16 Paranoid

Black Sabbath - 2013-08-06 - Clarkston

Black Sabbath
August 6, 2013
DTE Energy Music Theater
Clarkston, MI






01. War Pigs
02. Into the Void
03. Under the Sun / Every Day Comes and Goes
04. Snowblind
05. Age of Reason
06. Black Sabbath
07. Behind the Wall of Sleep
08. N.I.B.
09. End of the Beginning
10. Fairies Wear Boots
11. Methademic
12. Rat Salad
13. Iron Man
14. God Is Dead?
15. Dirty Women
16. Children of the Grave
17. encore break
18. Paranoid

Black Sabbath - 2014-07-04 - London

Black Sabbath
July 4, 2014
British Summer Time 2014
Hyde Park London, UK





01. War Pigs
02. Into the Void
03. Snowblind
04. Age of Reason
05. Black Sabbath
06. Behind the Wall of Sleep
07. N.I.B.
08. Fairies Wear Boots
09. Rat Salad (with Drum Solo)
10. Iron Man
11. God Is Dead?
12. Children of the Grave
13. Paranoid


Tony Iommi – lead guitar
Geezer Butler – bass guitar
Ozzy Osbourne – lead vocals
Tommy Clufetos – drums
Adam Wakeman - keyboards, rhythm guitar

Black Sabbath - 1983-09-28 - Boblingen

Black Sabbath
1983-09-28
Sporthalle
Böblingen







01. Supertzar
02. Children Of The Grave
03. Hot Line
04. War Pigs
05. Born Again
06. Supernaut
07. Drum Solo
08. Rock'n'Roll Doctor
09. Disturbing The Priest
10. Iron Man
11. The Dark + Zero The Hero
12. Heaven and Hell
13. Guitar Solo
14. Digital Bitch
15. Black Sabbath
16. Smoke On The Water
17. Paranoid

Short FM source & pre-show interview with Ian Gillan

01 Pre-Show Interview With Ian Gillan
02 Black Sabbath
03 Smoke On The Water
04 Paranoid

About 17 min of music and 7 minutes of talking here. In 2002 there were rumors about a complete version of the FM source, but it seems there is still no complete version, right? Or does anybody have one?

Black Sabbath - 2014-03-31 - Brooklyn

Black Sabbath
2014-03-31
Barclays Center
Brooklyn, NY




01. War Pigs
02. Into the Void
03. Under the Sun/Every Day Comes and Goes
04. Snowblind
05. Age of Reason
06. Black Sabbath
07. Behind the Wall of Sleep
08. N.I.B.
09. End of the Beginning
10. Fairies Wear Boots
11. Rat Salad (with Supernaut instrumental and Drum Solo)
12. Iron Man
13. God Is Dead?
14. Dirty Women
15. Children of the Grave
16. Paranoid (with Sabbath Bloody Sabbath inntro)

Line up:
Ozzy Osbourne - vocals
Tony Iommi - guitar
Geezer Butler - bass
Tommy Clufetos - drums

Black Sabbath - 2013-11-28 - Amsterdam

Black Sabbath
November 28, 2013
Ziggo Dome
Amsterdam







01 War Pigs
02 Into the Void
03 Under the Sun
04 Snowblind
05 Age of Reason
06 Black Sabbath
07 Behind the Wall of Sleep
08 N.I.B.
09 End of the Beginning
10 Fairies Wear Boots
11 Rat Salad (with Drum Solo)
12 Iron Man
13 God is Dead?
14 Dirty Women
15 Children of the Grave
16 Paranoid (with Sabbath Bloody Sabbath intro)

Black Sabbath - 2013-11-24 - Oslo

Black Sabbath
November 24, 2013
Telenor Arena
Oslo






01 War Pigs
02 Into the Void
03 Under the Sun
04 Snowblind
05 Age of Reason
06 Black Sabbath
07 Behind the Wall of Sleep
08 N.I.B.
09 End of the Beginning
10 Fairies Wear Boots
11 Rat Salad (with Drum Solo)
12 Iron Man
13 God is Dead?
14 Dirty Women
15 Children of the Grave
16 Paranoid (with Sabbath Bloody Sabbath intro)

Black Sabbath - 2013-11-22 - Stockholm

Black Sabbath
November 22, 2013
Friends Arena
Stockholm





01 War Pigs
02 Into the Void
03 Under the Sun
04 Snowblind
05 Age of Reason
06 Black Sabbath
07 Behind the Wall of Sleep
08 N.I.B.
09 End of the Beginning
10 Fairies Wear Boots
11 Rat Salad (with Drum Solo)
12 Iron Man
13 God is Dead?
14 Dirty Women
15 Children of the Grave
16 Paranoid (with Sabbath Bloody Sabbath intro)

Black Sabbath - 2013-11-20 - Helsinki

Black Sabbath
November 20, 2013
Hartwall Areena
Helsinki






01 War Pigs
02 Into the Void
03 Under the Sun
04 Snowblind
05 Age of Reason
06 Black Sabbath
07 Behind the Wall of Sleep
08 N.I.B.
09 End of the Beginning
10 Fairies Wear Boots
11 Rat Salad (with Drum Solo)
12 Iron Man
13 God is Dead?
14 Dirty Women
15 Children of the Grave
16 Paranoid (with Sabbath Bloody Sabbath intro)

Black Sabbath - 2013-11-30 - Dortmund

Black Sabbath
November 30, 2013
Westfalenhalle
Dortmund






01. War Pigs [9:15]
02. Into The Void [7:35]
03. Under The Sun / Every Day Comes And Goes [4:56]
04. Snowblind [6:44]
05. Age Of Reason [7:45]
06. Black Sabbath [8:45]
07. Behind The Wall Of Sleep >Bass Solo [4:48]
08. N.I.B. [5:40]
09. End Of The Beginning [9:18]
10. Fairies Wear Boots [7:14]
11. Rat Salad > Drum Solo [7:49]
12. Iron Man [7:43]
13. God Is Dead ? [9:58]
14. Dirty Women [7:25]
15. Children Of The Grave [6:13]
16. One More Song (audience ) [0:58]
17. E: Sabbath Bloody Sabbath > Paranoid [6:37]

Black Sabbath - 2013-08-18 - Noblesville

Black Sabbath
August 18, 2013
Klipsch Music Center
Noblesville, IN







01. War Pigs
02. Into the Void
03. Under the Sun / Every Day Comes and Goes
04. Snowblind
05. Age of Reason
06. Black Sabbath
07. Behind the Wall of Sleep
08. N.I.B.
09. End of the Beginning
10. Fairies Wear Boots
11. Rat Salad
12. Drum solo
13. Iron Man
14. God Is Dead?
15. Dirty Women
16. Children of the Grave
17. encore break
18. Paranoid

Taper: ironchef