Iron Butterfly & Black Sabbath

Iron Butterfly is an American psychedelic rock band best known for the 1968 hit In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida . Black Sabbath are an English rock band, formed in Aston, Birmingham in 1969 by Ozzy Osbourne (lead vocals), Tony Iommi (guitar), Geezer Butler (bass guitar), and Bill Ward (drums). 5.0/5

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May 29th 2009: Ozzy Osbourne filed a lawsuit against Black Sabbath bandmate Tony Iommi for 50% of the Black Sabbath trademark & claimed Iommi illegally took sole ownership of the Black Sabbath name. The lawsuit would be settled out of court the following year. 2002: David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar kicked off their co-headlining tour at Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, OH outside of Cleveland. 1999: Skeletal remains of former Iron Butterfly bassist Philip Kramer were found in a valley near Malibu, CA. Kramer had been missing since February 12, 1995 & his death was ruled a suicide. 1989: John Cipollina, guitarist of Quicksilver Messenger Service died of chronic emphysema. He was 45 years old. 1977: Elvis Presley walked off stage in the middle of a concert at the Civic Center in Baltimore, MD. This is the first time Presley ended a show in this matter. 1973: The Byrds’ Roger McGuinn made his solo live debut at New York City’s Academy of Music. During the concert McGuinn confirmed rumors that The By ...
Rules: In your status update, list 12 albums that have stayed with you over the years in some way. Don't take too long on the list, just a few minutes. These don't have to be critical darlings, just ones that mean something to you personally. Then tag 10 of your friends including me so I can see your list. with Dave Motta Rob Hitchcock Michael Hadley Chip Anzola John Borges John Capezzuto Aaron Mayo Peter Childs Dana Acker Shawn Malcomson 1.) Iron Butterfly - Ina-gadda-da-vida (first album) 2.) Robin Trower - Live 3.) Carla Bley - Sextet 4.) Santana - Moonflower 5.) Black Sabbath - We Sold Our Souls for Rock and Roll 6.) Jonas Hellborg - Personae 7.) James Brown's Greatest Hits 8.) Kiss - Alive 9.) Art Pepper - Modern Art 10.) Chet Baker - Everything Happens to Me
Went to many concerts at Madison Square Garden, Felt Forum, saw Led Zeppelin perform "Stairway to Heaven" for the first time in public. Santana, Janis Joplin, Rolling Stones, Elton John, Grateful Dead (in New Jersey), Eric Clapton with Cream, Iron Butterfly, Black Sabbath. Can't think of anymore right now.
wonder if they take requests: Black Sabbath would sound ace. Baring that iron butterfly In a Gadda da Vida is a fave!
Alvin Lee - Rest In Peace - Finally Going Home July 31, 1970 16 years old and allowed by my parents to go to the first concert by myself. Driving my mother's canary yellow Maverick with a ticket to the "Festival of Rock" at the Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum; a place where, over the years, I would see everyone from The Monkees to Hendrix, Elvis, The Who, Led Zeppelin, Iron Butterfly (how many times did I play Inna-gadda-da-vida on my reel to reel deck?), Neil Young, Alice Cooper (multiple times seeing my fellow Arizonian and competitor for the hand of the Axelrod girls who he sings about on the Schools Out album), Bruce (my third & fifth of what is now 35 Springsteen shows since 1972), Yes, Black Sabbath, Rush, KISS, ELP, Pink Floyd (we won't talk about that night except to say that the sky was kinda of a paisley pink when the sun came up the next morning over Pappago Park), Queen, Steve Miller (who at 30 something was dating my 15 year old employee at the record store I ran in Tempe. I'll never for . ...
Black Sabbath is the first Metal band. Everyone agrees?
My generation lived the Vietnam War and Flower Power with more intensity than America. Because we, the teenagers of those years, were trying harder to build an America on our own. We did not have Levi's jeans and shirts, we were forbidden to wear long hair and would receive a banana for Easter and one for Christmas. But we knew by heart all the songs: Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Uriah Heep, Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, Santana, Jethro Tull, Iron Butterfly, Slade. Just name it and we knew it! We did not have clubs, but our parties gave birth to untainted love, that, in time, turned into strong friendship. We were the ones to build our America in a hidden corner of the schoolyard where a fair-golden-haired, blue-eyed girl recreated all the tunes ever: Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Donovan. Universal Soldier... I cried when Vietnam became communist. It was not my war, but it was then when a myth collapsed for the first time. And it was to collapse for many times from that day on... That's why OUR America, that America ...
Momma & The Mormon Dance...It was Spring 1971. Iron Butterfly,Black Sabbath, & Led Zepplin were my favorite groups. My brother's "graduating class" at Fort Sill was told that if they resigned their commisssion they could serve state side as E-4s. Memphis had hosted its first rock festival and a new group called Mountain was launched. The Mississippi Queen was a favorite teen dance riverboat and for some naive reason I thought their song was about that. Speaking of dances, Dad refused to let me be in a rock group. So I got into dances and concerts free with friends I had in other groups who let me be their set-up guy. The strangest of all these was when I helped our high school stage band set up for the anual Mormon Ball. Now a Mormon Ball is serious business! Its the yearly dance involving their area churches where young people come to meet their future co-creator. Few fates could be worse for a future god than to marry the wrong co-creator and spend eternity creating spirits that would have to inhabit th ...
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