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The program runs for four Saturdays in February at The Inquirer and Daily News. Applications for the program are being accepted. Black Sabbath” is a song by the British heavy metal band Black Sabbath, written in 1969 and released on their eponymous debut album. According to the band, the song was inspired by an experience that Geezer Butler had in the days of Earth.
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Butler, obsessed with the occult at the time, painted his apartment matte black, placed several inverted crucifixes, and put many pictures of Satan on the walls. What is this that stands before me? A version of this song from Black Sabbath’s first demo exists on the Ozzy Osbourne compilation album The Ozzman Cometh. The song has an extra verse with additional vocals before the bridge.
The riff was created when bassist Geezer Butler began playing a fragment of “Mars” from Gustav Holst’s The Planets suite. Inspired, guitarist Tony Iommi returned the next day with the famously dark tritone. A music video was made for the song, as part of the band’s 1970 performance on the German show Beat-Club. The video was filmed in a studio with a village on the foreground. Flower Travellin’ Band in 1970, on their album Anywhere. The Throwaways in 1993, on their album Postmadonna Primadonna.