Black Sabbath and the Dirtiest “Dirty Women”

Posted in Bootleg Theater on November 11th, 2013 by JJ Koczan

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Which brings me around to “Dirty Women” and Where can i We Do Your Accounting Homework - Dissertations and essays at most attractive prices. Entrust your task to us and we will do our best for you receive Sabbath‘s Fall 1976 North American tour in support of Techincal Ecstasy. It’s a cut that Sabbath played even up to their latest US run, which heralded another reunion with Osbourne and the long-awaited new studio album, 13 (review here), and I don’t know if they wrote it so that the ladies in their audience would take their tops off in the arena crowds, but the softcore vintage porn they played while trotting out the chorus seemed hopeful. Probably less likely in 2013 — these are mothers who’ve brought their children to the show! — than it was in 1976.

I’ve chased down a couple bootlegs from that ’76 tour, and almost universally, Sabbath are a trainwreck. Osbourne was never one for remembering lyrics when the band were at the top of their game, but even up to Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler and Bill Ward‘s playing, they’re like the dudes at their own party who threw up on the rug. Just a mess.

I’m not a big fan of the song “Dirty Women,” but in the context of that tour and of the utter self-directed wrecking ball that Black Sabbath became in that era, it’s perfect. Of the versions I’ve heard from that tour, the soundboard recording from Pittsburgh, taped Dec. 8, at the Civic Arena for the King Biscuit Flower Hour is my favorite. It’s raw and raunchy and caked in its own crust like nothing else from Sabbath that I’ve ever come across. When Osbourne starts in with, “Ohh dirty women,” he sounds like he’s about to fall over. I don’t know whether to cringe or laugh or travel back in time and call a doctor. Amazing.

Take a listen:

Black Sabbath, “Dirty Women” live in Pittsburgh, PA, Dec. 7, 1976

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The Glasspack’s Video for “Louisiana Strawberry” is Sweet as Tropicana

Posted in Bootleg Theater on August 14th, 2012 by JJ Koczan

The name of the song may sound like — and for all I know may actually be — a depraved sex act, but The Glasspack‘s “Louisiana Strawberry” has charms well beyond the scope of its title. Guitarist/vocalist Dirty Dave Johnson posted the clip for the 11-minute track on the forum earlier today and I dug it so much I thought I’d swipe the embed code and put it here as well. A couple minutes into the song and it should be pretty easy to understand why.

“Louisiana Strawberry” comes off the underrated trio’s last full-length, 2007’s Dirty Women. Johnson and company released a split with Trophy Wives last year (review here), and hopefully it’s not too much longer before they deliver another long player. As smoothly as “Louisiana Strawberry” moves from its bluesy jamming to stoner boogie, into heavy psychedelia and finally to a solid four minutes of amp noise,  I’d welcome a follow-up installment whenever one might arrive. You’ll find the clip below.

Note the “yeah motherfucker” at 10:38, and enjoy:

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