Issue Twelve Spins, Streams & Downloads

Bass Magazine digs into the latest releases of albums, books, and videos involving all things bass

Issue Twelve Spins, Streams & Downloads

Bass Magazine digs into the latest releases of albums, books, and videos involving all things bass

Black SabbathLive Evil 40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition [BMG/Rhino Entertainment]A new era of Black Sabbath began in 1979 when singer Ronnie James Dio joined founding members Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, and Bill Ward to launch a fresh incarnation of the iconic heavy metal band. And when Live Evil arrived in 1983, after two successful studio albums, the two-disc set was a commercial and critical triumph, reaching #13 in the U.K. and #37 on theBillboard Top 200. Reviews were overwhelmingly positive, including one from influential heavy metal magazine Kerrang! that hailed it as “one of the greatest live albums of all time.” Now, Live Evil (Black Sabbath’s first official live album, incidentally) celebrates its 40th anniversary this year with a Live Evil 40th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition that introduces newly remixed and remastered versions of the acclaimed record. Released on May 19 as a four-CD or four-LP set, the collection features two versions of the legendary album: th
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