Monday, 23 April 2018

Black Sabbath "Killing Yourself To Die" Live 1977 Lund Sweden mega rare (bootleg) 2 Lp`s


Black Sabbath  "Killing Yourself To Die"  Live 1977 Lund Sweden" mega rare (bootleg) 2 Lp`s
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Black Sabbath with supporting act ACDC played in Gothenburg, Sweden Apr 22nd 1977


AC/DC opened, until they were reportedly kicked off the tour, however they did play in Lund and there was only one more show after that, so it was not a premature departure by any means: “On April 5th 1977, AC/DC would begin a tour of Europe in support of Black Sabbath, taking them through France, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium and Sweden. 


While in Sweden, Malcolm was involved in an altercation with Black Sabbath’s bass player, which led to AC/DC’s expulsion from the tour. Malcolm recalled the incident during an interview with UK music magazine Q in 2003 “We were staying in the same hotel, and Geezer was in the bar, crying in his beer, ’10 years I’ve been in this band, 10 years–wait till you guys have been around 10 years, you’ll feel like us.’ I said ‘I don’t think so.’ I was giving him no sympathy. He’d had many too many [drinks] and he pulled out this silly flick knife.” The last concert of the tour took place on April 22nd at the Scandinavium in Goteborg.”


“Company and/or Label: Stoned Records, Schweden Catalogue-Number: STD 4 Comentarios: Excelente stereo in deluxe colour gatefold sleeve. Group shots, autographed on back by band. Available in two versions. First one has misprinting on front cover ‘Killing Yorself To Die’ while the second one is showing the correct title. One of the best Sabbath boots and also one of the most expensives. I did receive an e-mail from a guy who was involved in that bootleg. He said that the number of all bootleg-lps printed by Stone Records including Sabbath and Hendrix as well as others were 16.000! The ladder [sic] were the best selling. So you can judge yo(u)rself how many copies of “Killing Yo(u)rself To Die” were made!” [As they only ever produced six titles – and reportedly just under 1000 were pressed of the Queen title Invite You For A Night At The Warehouse – that still leaves more than 2500 copies per release on average. Not that rare really.]…~


“Black Sabbath: “Killing Yourself To Die” (2 LP) 1977, Sweden/Stoned 4. Holy grail of Black Sabbath LPs, when this turns up it’s always a counterfeit edition with blurry label art or a colored vinyl re-press, this is a genuine first edition. Killer sounding document of the band’s appearance at The Olympen in Lund, Sweden in 1977. Long considered the best Sabbath live LP and the hardest one to get, this is the sh*t!”…~


Tony Iommi (guitar) 
Geezer Butler (bass) 
Ozzy Osbourne (vocals) 
Bill Ward (drums) 
Gerald Woodruffe (keyboards)


Tracklist 
1 Supertzar
2 Sympton Of The Universe
3 Snowblind
4 War Pigs
5 Black Sabbath
6 Medley: Dirty Women
7 Drum Solo
8 Rock ‘n’ Roll Doctor
9 Cont'n Medley: Guitar Solo
10 Improvisation
11 Electric Funeral
12 Guitar Solo
13 N.I.B.
14 Gypsy
15 Paranoid
16 Children Of The Grave 

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