-- Black Sabbath
'Vol 4' (6360 071 / 1972)
My 100th review. When I asked my dad if I could have his LPs last year I was flabbergasted he said yes. Despite being in the garage I knew they were well loved. And the fact that I've yet to encounter one jump is testament to that. I was so fearful that 90% of the collection would sit on my shelf unlistened, so I made a promise that I would not just treat them with love and respect, but also listen to every one. The idea of putting reviews on Instagram soon followed. What a journey. I've found some hidden gems (hello New York's Spider). Some rather fantastic first pressings (hello Dark Side Of The Moon). Artists entire catalogues (SO MUCH MOODY BLUES!!). And finally, and far more importantly, a reason to talk to my dad every week about music. Something we are so very passionate about. Love you, Pops. So this is Black Sabbath's Vol. 4, arguably one of the most important heavy music albums of all time. Full of excitement and electricity it jumps out of the speakers spreading so much Joy that my face aches through smiling. This is more than a heavy metal record... the song writing is brilliant. The riffs still unmatched nearly 50 years after they were first written. If you love this record already, give it a spin today. If you've never listened to it... give it a go and let me know what you think below.
10-10 There Best Album. (I wish I had the hair to thrash about). I'm pleased to be reviewing my old but loved Albums.
LOW POINT. No No No No Never.
I'm not even half way yet. Many many more reviews to come. HOORAY!
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