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A Rumination on Black Sabbath's Birmingham and the Value of Music Tourism

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  • A Rumination on Black Sabbath's Birmingham and the Value of Music Tourism

    My (short, 3-page) article "A Rumination on Black Sabbath's Birmingham and the Value of Music Tourism" was just published in a special issue of Birmingham City University's Riffs Journal.

    You can find it on pages 16-18 on https://issuu.com/riffsjournal/docs/...e-digitalissue or you can download it from my Academia.edu page for free at https://www.academia.edu/40392408/A_..._Music_Tourism

    Abstract: This paper discusses specific places in Birmingham (UK) where the original four members of Black Sabbath grew up, rehearsed, performed, and recorded. A discussion of the revision of their lyrics shows how the changes affected the music. Home of Metal, the Summer 2019 Sabbath exhibition at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, is covered with a larger question about archival material. The paper is framed within the topic of music tourism and its value.

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    Originally posted by nolanstolz View Post
    My (short, 3-page) article "A Rumination on Black Sabbath's Birmingham and the Value of Music Tourism" was just published in a special issue of Birmingham City University's Riffs Journal.

    You can find it on pages 16-18 on https://issuu.com/riffsjournal/docs/...e-digitalissue or you can download it from my Academia.edu page for free at https://www.academia.edu/40392408/A_..._Music_Tourism

    Abstract: This paper discusses specific places in Birmingham (UK) where the original four members of Black Sabbath grew up, rehearsed, performed, and recorded. A discussion of the revision of their lyrics shows how the changes affected the music. Home of Metal, the Summer 2019 Sabbath exhibition at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, is covered with a larger question about archival material. The paper is framed within the topic of music tourism and its value.
    Thanks for sharing Nolanstolz.
    "Without Black Sabbath there never would have been an Ozzy, and without Ozzy there never would have been a Black Sabbath"
    "If there ever was a band whose voice is so significant and distinct, that band is Black Sabbath and the voice is Ozzy Osbourne"
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