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#TDIM 1972, Black Sabbath released their fourth studio album, 'Black Sabbath Vol. 4'. The album which features a monochrome photograph of Ozzy Osbourne with hands raised, taken during a Black Sabbath concert was originally to be titled 'Snowblind'. https://t.co/Fdyxi8Zaoz
#TDIM 1980, John Bonham, drummer with Led Zeppelin, died aged 32 after a heavy drinking session. ‘Bonzo’ was found dead at guitarists Jimmy Page's house of what was described as asphyxiation, after inhaling his own vomit after excessive vodka consumption, (40 shots in 4 hours). https://t.co/g97OfRlPMK
#TDIM 1965 📀 “Eve Of Destruction” isn’t exactly a protest song.
The 🇺🇸 #1 is more of a world-is-fucked-up song :
“Hate your next-door neighbour, but don’t forget to say grace".
In a fast changing world - it's a cathartic venting of grievances. https://t.co/RmkZVn8jrY
#TDIM 1970📀 "Which Way You Going Billy?", is 3 mins 19 secs of heart-piercingly lush melancholy, in which vocalist Susan Jacks (married to Terry Jacks), pledges undying love to her departing soulmate.
The 🇮🇪 #1 is one of the great singles of the era. https://t.co/3a4ixVvgUp
Released #TDIM 1970📀 Songs about sex are very rarely themselves sexy, falling down either on the side of awkward or icky.
But ‘Sex Machine’ positively throbs and thrusts, keeping you in the moment and in the mood, building to an eventual happy finish. https://t.co/Ox6nDjg4ta
#TDIM 1972 📀"Rock 'n' Roll Part 2", still has the capacity to stir an audience - every time it airs at a major sporting event in the U.S....still.
Oxymoronic maybe but the 🇦🇺 #1 is testament to what once made Gary musically glitter so brightly . https://t.co/gkl3qb0k0n