JAZZ SABBATH Are Back From The Past

As far as mythmaking goes, JAZZ SABBATH were the late ’60s British trio whose first album got canceled and their sophomore platter consigned to the shelves, but the songs survived and became famous once a certain Brummie ensemble turned the acoustic pieces into metal assault, while the originals had to wait until 2020 to be released. On the reality side of things, this band emerged as a brainchild of Adam Wakeman, a longtime keyboard and additional guitar player with BLACK SABBATH, who’s quite entitled to cover his employers’ material. And so the prog scion does, in the company of bassist Jerry Meehan and drummer Ash Soan, by issuing the group’s “Vol. 2” on April 22nd.

JAZZ SABBATH –
Vol. 2

Still hidden by the pseudonyms such as Milton Keanes and Leighton B’zard, the artists expanded their repertoire and included in this LP an 8-minute take on “Paranoid” alongside other classics.

1. Paranoid
2. Snowblind
3. Behind The Wall Of Sleep
4. Sabbra Cadabra
5. Symptom Of The Universe
6. N.I.B.
7. Black Sabbath

January 31, 2022

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