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TonyD
02-02-2011, 12:17 PM
From an article written about Ozzy touring in Oklahoma (here (http://www.ionokmag.com/uncategorized/ozzy-osbourne-in-oklahoma/)).
Date: November 20, 1978
City: Oklahoma City, OK
Venue: Myriad Convention Center
Opening act: Van Halen
Tour: Never Say Die

Symptom Of The Universe
Snowblind
War Pigs
Never Say Die
Fairies Wear Boots
Black Sabbath
Shock Wave
Dirty Women
Rock And Roll Doctor
Bill Ward Drum Solo
Tony Iommi/Bill Ward Jam
Tony Iommi Guitar Solo I
Orchid
Tony Iommi/Bill Ward/Geezer Butler Jam (includes Sabbath Bloody Sabbath instrumental)
Tony Iommi Guitar Solo II
Electric Funeral
Iron Man
Children Of The Grave
Paranoid

PowerMaiden
02-02-2011, 12:56 PM
WOW great set, I wish I could have see them back then

also, I wonder what was Ozzy doing backstage during all this time


Bill Ward Drum Solo
Tony Iommi/Bill Ward Jam
Tony Iommi Guitar Solo I
Orchid
Tony Iommi/Bill Ward/Geezer Butler Jam (includes Sabbath Bloody Sabbath instrumental)
Tony Iommi Guitar Solo II




:stoned::drinking:

Cheers !
PowerMaiden

Sanitarium78
02-02-2011, 05:25 PM
WOW great set, I wish I could have see them back then

also, I wonder what was Ozzy doing backstage during all this time




:stoned::drinking:

Cheers !
PowerMaiden

No doubt. That's why Ozzy has far more brain damage than the rest of them at this point. Sabbath did a lot of jamming like that back then. What else was Ozzy gonna do backstage during that time:D

Shadowswillfall414
02-02-2011, 05:28 PM
From an article written about Ozzy touring in Oklahoma (here (http://www.ionokmag.com/uncategorized/ozzy-osbourne-in-oklahoma/)).
Date: November 20, 1978
City: Oklahoma City, OK
Venue: Myriad Convention Center
Opening act: Van Halen
Tour: Never Say Die

Symptom Of The Universe
Snowblind
War Pigs
Never Say Die
Fairies Wear Boots
Black Sabbath
Shock Wave
Dirty Women
Rock And Roll Doctor
Bill Ward Drum Solo
Tony Iommi/Bill Ward Jam
Tony Iommi Guitar Solo I
Orchid
Tony Iommi/Bill Ward/Geezer Butler Jam (includes Sabbath Bloody Sabbath instrumental)
Tony Iommi Guitar Solo II
Electric Funeral
Iron Man
Children Of The Grave
Paranoid

Liking this set. If only there would be a time machine around.

DethMaiden
02-02-2011, 05:30 PM
Jesus, could we get a few songs in place of the solos and jams, please? I'd be pissed if I saw this and found out it would be the last chance to see Ozzy Sabbath for twenty years.

bobbie solo
02-02-2011, 06:35 PM
true, but it was a different time back then. obnoxious solo's were the norm.

300%_Density
02-02-2011, 10:33 PM
That's all I ever have wanted to see out of Sabbath is Symptom Of The Universe. Someday... Hopefully. VH would have been killer to see in '78!!!

El Gordo
02-03-2011, 02:40 AM
Jesus, could we get a few songs in place of the solos and jams, please? I'd be pissed if I saw this and found out it would be the last chance to see Ozzy Sabbath for twenty years.

My thoughts exactly.

ijwthstd
02-03-2011, 10:13 AM
Not a big fan of solos or jamming but from Sabbath they sound great. Pretty much like Sabbath songs but without vocals. Also during the 1975 era they contained a lot of vocal improvs or what sounded like works in progress.

daimonos
02-03-2011, 07:15 PM
Jesus, could we get a few songs in place of the solos and jams, please? I'd be pissed if I saw this and found out it would be the last chance to see Ozzy Sabbath for twenty years.

Bitching about a set from 1978? Really?

Come on, man :D