Luminous doesn’t begin to describe Ronnie James Dio’s contribution to rock. From Elf to Black Sabbath, his career was astonishing in its color and in its breadth.
Forget the 2002 reissues of “Blizzard Of Ozz” and “Diary Of A Madman.” Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake are back in the mix, with plenty of extras from Ozzy/Rhoads.
Clay-animation version of the Black Sabbath legend stars in a funny Web film for Brisk Iced Tea
It has been a great spring and summer for reissue vinyl releases. Rhino Records have kept the presses busy with a banquet of 180-gram LPs, sourced from the original analog masters.
When we asked Ward to list the 10 albums that have rocked his world, we weren’t shocked that he opted to color outside of the lines of our stiff little format and instead talk about the artists and music in general that matter to him.
One of hard rock’s most revered drummers takes a look back to the Paranoid album and tour.
Unholy Matrimony Packages, or at least that’s what they are calling it
New York: July 20, 2010 — After a heated year-long court case looming between Ozzy Osbourne and Tony Iommi over the use of the name Black Sabbath, the suit has been officially dropped today in the New York Courts. In …
Looking at small bits of art necessarily enters the realm of the abstract, and, of course, a guitar solo is usually shorter than a band’s catalog, much less an album or even a song. So, this gets tricky.
In this edition of High Fidelity, we’ll look at some of the audiophile-quality, high-resolution musical offerings available in both analog and digital formats. The better your music sounds, the more you’ll listen to it — and enjoy it. That’s what it’s all about.