Live album by Black Sabbath Recorded 11.03.1973 at Manchester and 16.03.1973 at London. Despite its wide distribution, it was released without any permission or knowledge from the band, and is thus considered "unofficial" in some quarters; however, the release was legal. In the US it was available only as an import. The album was included when the Sabbath albums were issued on CD in Europe by Castle Communications in 1986 and again in remastered and repackaged form in the label's 1996 Remaster series. The most recent re-release was in 2010, by Universal Records in Europe.
The vinyl version and the first CD issue feature the spoken intro of, 'Will you welcome... BLACK SABBATH!' which, oddly, would be edited from the remaster and "Past Lives". It should also be noted that the remaster was not a remix and there is no apparent audio difference between that and the original issues.
All tracks were recorded at the Manchester Free Trade Hall in Manchester, England on March 11, 1973 and the Rainbow Theatre in London, England on March 16, 1973: it is not known for definite from which concert the individual tracks arose, as this is not stated on the original release and there are, to date, no known bootlegs for comparison.
Rare edition with red color on edges of the cover.
SNC Records, 1980/1992 (C90 31123 002). Made in USSR. Used: very good.
1.Tomorrows Dream 03:15
2.Sweet Leaf 05:22
3.Killing Yourself To Live 05:28
6.Children Of The Grave 04:31
7.War Pigs 07:37
Total playing time: 38:06