Black Sabbath Live At Hammersmith Odeon 1981 & 1982

Black Sabbath Live At Hammersmith Odeon is a recording of concerts of the Ronnie James Dio version of the group from gigs on December 31st 1981 to January 2nd 1982.

If you’re a fan of the Ozzy Osbourne version of Black Sabbath, you should check out the Reunion album from 1997.

This album is similar to the easier to find Live Evil album also featuring Dio from the same tour.

Black sabbath live at hammersmith odeonBlack Sabbath Live At Hammersmith Odeon Set List

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Neon Knights
N.I.B.
Children of the Sea
Country Girl
Black Sabbath
War Pigs
Slipping Away
Iron Man
The Mob Rules
Heaven and Hell
Paranoid
Voodoo
Children of the Grave

Here is a video of Black Sabbath playing Heaven and Hell live in 1981.

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