Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Black Sabbath - The Best of Musikladen Live|
Genres: Music Video & Concerts
In 1970, Black Sabbath made two appearances on the Beat Club/Musikladen television series. With their original line-up featuring Tony Iommi on guitar, Terry "Geezer" Butler on bass drums, and Ozzie belting out the vocals. ... more »
Yet another half-assed Pioneer release.
BigBoogieman | 07/15/2001
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Yet another bad Pioneer DVD. ONLY four of the original BS Musicladen performances. Pioneer seems to not have that much confidence in the storage ability of a DVD, according to their track record. They seem to have the tendency with their anime releases to only put 3-4 episodes on it, as though they are afraid that if they go any further, the disc will won't handle it any longer. But the picture is crap any way. -_-4 And it shows here. It's as though they get a KICK out of screwing people over! "We'll only use 25% of the disc space for no logical reason." Obviously, they're ignorant of the power of this format. This disc also contains their lame attempt at a 5.1 remix."
BigBoogieman | Pennsylvania | 10/17/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The only thing bad about this is that it's only 4 songs. Well, the fact that one of those 4 songs is "Blue Suede Shoes" isn't so great either. But the performances are excellent, and the quality is good. Ozzy's performance in "Black Sabbath" is incredible, maybe even better than on the album. This is Black Sabbath in their prime, performing these songs live, with amusing hippie video effects over top of it. What more could you ask for? I think this is a must-have for any Sabbath fan."
Promo videos not live!
Dark one | Austria | 05/27/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"These are the videos you used to see on headbanger's ball shown and shown again in the 80's. There is no live material here. These are the promo videos. These are definitely studio versions not live!!
But it is simply awesome. Blue suede shoes covered by Sab.. probably won't find it or see it anywhere.
Ozzy goes crazy, I'm convinced that Ozzy invented headbanging! (like the kind we see in trash and metal bands) No one was banging their heads like this before ozzy! Crystal clear quality..
Iron man, Paranoid, Black sabbath, blue suede shoes."