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Gillen in 94 ????

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  • #31
    Add me to the list of people that think Ray Gillen was a very good singer.


    Regarding Al Romano, I read an interview from 2004 with Leslie West and he was asked about working with Al, and Leslie, who seemed to be in good spirits throughout, said:

    I don't wanna talk about Al Romano. Next question.

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    • #32
      What was Ray's input on Eternal Idol, the writing process I mean? Bob Daisley wrote most of the lyrics as much as I know...altough they did change somethings, cos I remember Bob saying in an interview that some of the lyrics that made on to the album actually weren't his, but whose, Tony's or Ray's?
      I remember from the Never Say Die book that Ray really wasn't all that into writing anything...

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Charger View Post
        I remember from the Never Say Die book that Ray really wasn't all that into writing anything...
        Kinda like Ozzy
        We donít see things as they are; we see them as we are.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Charger View Post
          What was Ray's input on Eternal Idol, the writing process I mean? Bob Daisley wrote most of the lyrics as much as I know...altough they did change somethings, cos I remember Bob saying in an interview that some of the lyrics that made on to the album actually weren't his, but whose, Tony's or Ray's?
          I remember from the Never Say Die book that Ray really wasn't all that into writing anything...


          Very little thats why Bob was brought in .
          The worst Sabbath era , is when theres NO Sabbath era !

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Gregory House View Post
            Very little thats why Bob was brought in .
            This and because they needed a good bass player who was able to write his own parts too
            Tony Iommi Fact #216: In fact, most demolition companies donít use explosives to collapse buildings, only a good stereo and a copy of ďDehumanizerĒ.
            "Black Sabbath : la BÍte venue de Birmingham"

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Gardener View Post
              This and because they needed a good bass player who was able to write his own parts too


              Im lost ? as opposed to who ?
              The worst Sabbath era , is when theres NO Sabbath era !

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Gregory House View Post
                Im lost ? as opposed to who ?
                As opposed to no one. Dave Spitz had been put "on vacantion", so they needed a good lyricist, as well as a talented bass player who could write his own parts. Bob fitted both roles, that's all.
                Tony Iommi Fact #216: In fact, most demolition companies donít use explosives to collapse buildings, only a good stereo and a copy of ďDehumanizerĒ.
                "Black Sabbath : la BÍte venue de Birmingham"

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Gardener View Post
                  As opposed to no one. Dave Spitz had been put "on vacantion", so they needed a good lyricist, as well as a talented bass player who could write his own parts. Bob fitted both roles, that's all.


                  Gotcha ! I enjoyed Dave as a bass player , he and Eric Singer did well !
                  The worst Sabbath era , is when theres NO Sabbath era !

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