- Ronnie James Dio - Vocals
- Tony Iommi - Guitar
- Geezer Butler - Bass
- Vinny Appice - Drums
- Scott Warren - Keyboards
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from joe McAllister <email@example.com>
date Sep 12, 2007 7:19 AM
subject Setlist, review, from reading pa sept 11th
After seeing Heaven in Hell in Philly in May
I returned to reading to go again. The songs were much tighter . Dio is
really kicking ass and giving a great performance. Mr. Iommi And Butler
are always beyond great. I did notice how great they had there
instuments and notes shake the Roof off . And my girlfreind loved the
vibration shaking her coochy. Only sabbath can get them power notes. Two
devil horns up for this show. I really like how they had drum solos that
seemed to die after the eighty's and the general admission at the old
spectrum was classic. I got to score a pic from Iommi . Although unlike
the one my girl got in 99 it didn't have Iommi on it .It had H H for
heaven and hell. but it came from him so it could have said old mcdonald
and I still would have been happy. That pick is going to the front of
the line of my Dimebag picks and joe holmes pic. I always wanted Iommi's
pic but was so mezmerized in the front row by him 3 times previous to H
& H that I couldn't take my eyes off the stage. Black Sabbath getting
back together is what got me through alot of hard times since 97 and to
get a chance to see the dio stuff was a special bonus. I just missed
seeing them when I started going to shows . My first was with Ian
Gillian . I just hope in the future sharron goes to and old folks home
and leaves sabbath alone so Ozzy and the guys can give us one last tour.
It started with Ozzy and should end with Ozzy. This was my sabbath
shows, 1X Born Again Tour , 7 X with Ozzy, And 2x with Dio. Life Is Good
My Freinds. Thank You Sabbath And Thank You Joe for this great site and
place to get great pictures. My girls phone took these pics . There not
great and it sucked cause at reading they didnt search and I could have
taken my good camera . I'll send more later. I just got home and sabbath
kicked my ass once again.
from John Clark <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date Fri, Sep 14, 2007 at 1:52 PM
subject HEAVEN & HELL/SOVERIGN CENTER/READING, PA
Today is Friday the 14th of Feb. I saw Heaven & Hell on Tuesday night in
Reading, PA. My review is as follows:
This is my third Heaven & Hell show on the tour. The first being Radio
City and the second being Merriweather Post Pav. in Maryland. We had
front row tickets due tot he fact that we paid out the nose; I have to
say that we were expecting greatness. I am not sure that is what we
We showed up when Alice Cooper was going on stage. Alice is one of my
all time favorites and he never disappoints. Great theatrics as usual.
This was the first time that I saw him hung as opposed to being
guilitined. He was awesome! Great songs: School's Out, Billion Dollar
Babies, Halo of Flies, Steven, Only Women Bleed, Welcome to my
Nightmare, Is it my Body-pretty much all the classics! If you have never
seen Alice, you def. should go; he is a real legend.
Heaven & Hell started about 30 minutes after the Cooper set. They used
the same backdrop/castle seen as I've all tour. This is probably the
best backdrop for any concert that I have ever seen. I decided to turn
around to see what the attendance looked like as E5150 started. The
place couldn't have been half full; it was empty to say the lease. The
floor was covered and the side bleachers next to the stage. That was it.
I told my friend that this tour is really losing steam. I couldn't
believe that ALice Cooper and Heaven and Hell wouldn't be a bigger draw.
Anyway, after E5150, I thought, "Here comes After All (The Dead)." I was
wrong; it was dropped from the set. This wasn't the only track dropped.
They dropped The Devil Cried, Shadow of the Wind, and Lonely is the
Word. I guess I was disappointed at that because I really wanted to hear
the new songs esp. The Devil Cried.
Highlights of the show were an extremelly lengthy Iommi solo. To be that
close was incredible. Real jazzy and bluesy at times and other times
just pure metal. The guys sounded great though. Despite being a shorter
show, Ronnie sounded incredible, Tony (what can I say-great),
Geezer-great, Vinnie (loving the whole thing.)
Well, like everyone else-I hope the whole thing happens again someday!