4 comments on “Black Sabbath: The Tony Martin Years

  1. Great timing, I bought Eternal Idol on Saturday. Headless Cross is a really great Sabbath LP and one day I’ll stumble across Tyr for a decent price. I always thought Martin was a realy good singer and always seemed a decent guy too.

  2. Tony has released two solo albums. 1992’s Back Where I Belong and 2005’s Scream. Back Where I Belong has a re-recording of Jerusalem off Tyr and Scream’s opening song Raising Hell is actually a track given to Tony by Cozy Powell before his death. Cozy plays drums on the song and there was a few takes recorded as early demos for Dehumanizer when Cozy was with Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Ronnie James Dio working on songs. Ultimately it wasn’t used and so Tony Martin eventually used it.

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