Football Scores
Week 2
  • Rio Hondo 52 VS Brownsville St. Joseph 48
    Final
  • Roma 7 VS Laredo Nixon 27
    Final
  • Port Isabel 31 VS Hidalgo 13
    Final
  • Riviera-Kaufer 47 VS Monte Alto 28
    Final
  • Santa Gertrudis Academy 47 VS La Villa 0
    Final
  • Santa Rosa 21 VS Progreso 18
    Final
  • McAllen High 6 VS Los Fresnos 45
    Final
  • Brownsville Lopez 61 VS PSJA Memorial 7
    Final
  • Donna North 3 VS La Joya Juarez-Lincoln 31
    Final
  • Laredo Cigarroa 12 VS Sharyland Pioneer 34
    Final
  • Valley View 0 VS Rio Grande City 63
    Final
  • SA Reagan 20 VS Harlingen High 22
    Final
  • La Joya High 0 VS Donna High 16
    Final
  • Edinburg Vela 34 VS Brownsville Veterans Memorial 20
    Final
  • San Benito 31 VS McAllen Memorial 7
    Final
  • Raymondville 35 VS Lyford 20
    Final
  • CC Veterans Memorial 55 VS La Feria 14
    Final
  • CC John Paul II 36 VS Santa Maria 14
    Final
  • CC London 49 VS Marine Military Academy 13
    Final
  • Weslaco High 20 VS Mercedes 21
    Final
  • Weslaco East 56 VS Edinburg Economedes 14
    Final
  • Brownsville Porter 14 VS McAllen Rowe 40
    Final
  • PSJA High 37 VS Brownsville Rivera 21
    Final
  • La Joya Palmview 9 VS Edinburg High 28
    Final
  • Grulla 38 VS PSJA Southwest 6
    Final
  • Edinburg North 24 VS Harlingen South 7
    Final

The Shocking Truth About The First Black Sabbath Album

In a new interview with Guitar World magazine, Sabbath’s Tony Iommi and Geezer Butler reveal that not only was the band’s 1970 debut recorded in a single day (February 13, 1970), it was supposed to take two days and they didn’t even use the second day!

“We had two days to do it, but we didn’t know any better,” Butler says. “We just went in there and recorded it like a live gig.” Butler says Sabbath weren’t even there for the mixing because they had to scoot off to a gig in their rickety van.

So what would Black Sabbath have sounded like if the band took two days to record their namesake debut instead of one? Who knows? By the sounds of Iommi and Butler’s interview, it doesn’t sound like the band would have used that second day even if they didn’t have a gig, since they were so well-rehearsed and completely prepared to throw it down live. It’s fun to speculate, and it’s also fun to note that the follow-up, Paranoid, was recorded just four months after Black Sabbath was released.

That one took a whopping five days.

(Source:Gibson.com)

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