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Veteran Memorial Coliseum,

New Haven, Connecticut - March 29, 1986.

Source: Unknown Audience Recording.

Quality: Very Good , 8/10 Rating.

Set List:

Disc 1: 30:59 Minutes.

1.Supertzar 2:34

2.Mob Rules 3:06

3.Children of the Sea 6:13

4.Danger Zone 4:52

5.War Pigs 8:11

6.Heart Like a Wheel 6:00

Disc 2: 53:00 Minutes.

1.Medley: Symptom of the Universe (Instrumental) - Sweet Leaf - Zero the Hero (Instrumental) 4:28

2.Seventh Star 7:04

3.No Stranger to Love 3:57

4.Black Sabbath 8:46

5.Turn to Stone 2:23

6.Drum Solo 2:59

7.Turn to Stone (Reprise) 1:24

8.Neon Knights 5:20

9.Heaven & Hell 3:49

10.Guitar Solo 7:52

11.Heaven & Hell (Reprise) 1:44

12.Paranoid 3:08

Band Line Up:

Tony Iommi - Guitar

Ray Gillen - Vocals

Dave "The Beast" Spitz - Bass

Eric Singer - Drums

Geoff Nicholls - Keyboards

Notes: This was Ray Gillen's first show with Black Sabbath. This show contained the last known live performance of "No Stranger to Love" and the only time Ray sang it.

83:59 Minutes.


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  burningdervish | Nov 29, 2016 |
Black Sabbath

Veterans Memorial Coliseum

New Haven, CT

March 29, 1986

Tony Iommi - Guitars

Ray Gillen - Vocals

Dave Spitz - Bass

Eric Singer - Drums

Geoff Nicholls - Keyboards

Ray Gillen?s First Show of the Tour

Lineage: MAC > ? > WAV > TLH > FLAC

Five shows were played on this tour when Sabbath canned the vocalist, Glenn Hughes.

Three days after Hughes' last show came New Haven - the first night with Ray Gillen on

the vocal mic. Crazy.

First show with Ray, last show of the tour with "No Stranger to Love", which was the

'single' from Seventh Star, the record they were touring behind...

The history is going to have to make up for the mediocre sound, sorry.

There were two support acts on this bill - W.A.S.P. and Anthrax. Anyone have either of

those sets? I've never even see 'em circulating...Anthrax did an in-store at Cutler's

Records and Tapes the afternoon of the show...I still have my signed ticket stub

floating around somewhere...


Disc one

1. Intro: Supertzar (cut)

2. The mob rules

3. Children of the sea

4. Danger zone

5. War pigs

6. Heart like a wheel

7. Symptom of the universe (instrumental)

8. Sweet leaf

9. Zero the hero (instrumental)

10. Sphinx (The guardian) / Seventh star

Disc two

1. No stranger to love

2. Black sabbath

3. Turn to stone

4. Drum solo / Turn to stone cont.

5. Neon knights

6. Heaven & hell (incl. guitar solo)

7. Paranoid
  burningdervish | Nov 29, 2016 |
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