February 15, 2010

Black Sabbath - Asbury Park 1975 (Black & Blue Month)

Caught on the beginning of the Sabotage tour, around August 1975, this is a King Biscuit Flower Hour sourced concert featuring the full set played at Asbury Park, New Jersey.
This show is regarded by many as probably the best live Black Sabbath recording ever put on tape with Ozzy, that never gets tired of those 'we love you all' shouts, on vocals.
It was released in several ways with titles as Heaven And Earth, Sabotaged, Accidental Overdose.




Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: Soundboard

Track List (to the SHN files):

Disc 1
Supertzar / Killing Yourself To Live
Hole In The Sky
Snowblind
Symptom Of The Universe
War Pigs
Ozzy Intro
Megalomania

Disc 2
Sabbra Cadabra / Drum solo
Supernaut
Iron Man
Jam / Guitar solo
Black Sabbath
Spiral Architect
Children Of The Grave
Paranoid

Files:

SHN part 1
SHN part 2
SHN part 3


20 comments:

Steve28 said...

Hi there.
Love the Black and Blue theme month - but the MP3 files of Asbury Park seem to be lacking the last 3 songs.

jordan said...

Are they missing some songs? I can reupload disc #2 if you like. Just let me know...Jordan

Anonymous said...

Hi Attic
Help me please, Which program should open SHN files?
Keep on rockin´
waldyr

La Piazza Gancio said...

Hi,

The MP3 files aren't missing songs. Either the track listing or the files themselves are mislabeled.

AtticRock said...

I don't think there are songs missing in the MP3 files, the fact is they have different names and in part 2 the tracks are incorrectly named but the music is all there :)
Waldyr, to deal with SHN files please go to this site:
http://www.etree.org/shncom.html
I'm sure they can explain you this issue better than I. Plus they have links to some tools that you will need.
In my case I use foobar2000 to listen to these files in the computer and some codecs if I need to convert them.

Cheers

jordan said...

So everything's OK with disc two? (Aside from some mislabling of songs.) Sorry about that. Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

Attic, Jordan, LPG:
Thanks, everything sorted now.
Cheers

waldyr said...

Hi Attic
Thanks for your help
waldyr

eris said...

This is indeed a great recording and would have been even better if they hadn't lost a lot of the punch from Geezer's rather indifferently mixed bass - shame.

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much, this si a classic that I had and lost and have been wanting to replace for ages!

btw Trader's Little Helper is a great program for shn, flac and ape files.

http://tlh.easytree.org/

putaveia (meretriz do rock!) said...

Hi
Your version does not have 3 jam session from earth?
If you don't have, let me know, i will make a upload to rapidshare and send to you a link
thanks

Johnny Riggs said...

This is amazing. Can't wait to listen to this. The 2nd show I ever saw was Black Sabbath in 1970 Chas. WV.
I remember Ozzy's white fringe jacket, lots of peace signs, mucho hair and mustaches, and of course those giant crosses.
And god, the music.
Can't wait for this.
And to join in.
I have some great things that are unheard, like an Aerosmith 74 show I taped myself as a little kid that's audience, but listenable, plus lots of things I've collected as a DJ over the years.
Little Feat in the 70s in D.C. on a couple of reel-to-reels, etc.

Peter said...

I'm on an Apple Imac and I'm wondering if I download this in SHN, will I be able to listen to it. So far I've only used either MP3's or FLAC files. Any help would be gratefully appreciated. Peter from Oz.

AtticRock said...

Peter, for information regarding your question please look here:
http://etree.org/macos.html

Cheers

Anonymous said...

One of the best Sabbath boots ever!
Thank you very much amigo!

Anonymous said...

I downloaded all the parts, but several songs will not open. Can you check out this please

AtticRock said...

There are new links available now!

Anonymous said...

Part 2 and 3 are dead, could you repost. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Part 2 and 3 are dead, could you repost. Thanks!

AtticRock said...

New links up!