Ears chanted the spells to bring about the mastery of guitar like im Thank you Tony for your music and your book I can now play Black Sabbath not On the First Night of Christmas having to worry if Satan is going to come out of my speakers and strangle me Incredible stories He s been through so muchighly entertaining Not the typical overcome adversity trouble with fame and drug problems There is that but also the producer troubles tax issues divorces practical jokes writers block and ealth issues Very easy to read since it s written in a conversational style He s very articulate I can only describe this book as dry Based on other reviews I was expecting but I found the writing style uite dull so much that I almost felt I was reading it in monotone Sabbath and me go back a long way I first saw them in 1978 on the Never Say Die tour I ve been something of a fan from prior to that time until the present day and it s not easy for me to give a poor review to a book by one of my guitar eroes but great guitarist that Tony is a great author Tigress for Two (Alaskan Tigers, he is notThe basic story is got together made an album went on tour made an album went on tour singer uit replaced singer made an album went on tour drummer uit replaced drummer made an album went on tour singer uit got back together made an album went on tour and so ad infinitum Yes it s a factual account and if that s what the reader expects then they may well be entirely satisfied but personally I like a little bit of entertainment woven into the storylineI think I smirked very briefly at one point but that was it When I read Ozzy s biography I was laughing out loud Even events that occurred in both books are funny in one and not in the other Of coursee may not Cult Science Fiction Films have been trying to make the reader laugh but I ll bete didn t intend to send them to sleepNot one of the better rock autobiographies I m afraid I will of course continue to listen to and enjoy Crime and Punishment his music I really didn t know much about Tony Iommi and was keen to learn As you d expecte s Sailor Moon Episode Lists had a pretty interesting life with plenty of ups and downs though not as much rock and roll excess as I ve read about from others in metal and rock bands or possiblye s just not wanted the book to be all about that which is fair enough A couple of reviewers Attentions Throbbing have made comments about the style of writinge said she said Dark Reflections (Dark Reflections, he goes they go etc but to beonest fans will not be looking for a literary masterpiece I certainly wouldn t expect one A good read for fans and anyone genuinely interested in some great musical Spinetinglers Anthology 2008 history Often with autobiographies the subject goes on and on aboutis school days or relatives or whatever for ages Tony doesn t This book is written in easily digestible short chapters and makes you feel like you were there It was great to carry around and read a chapter uickly whilst ueing up somewhere So pleased I bought itWell done Tony and thanks for Black Sabbat. D rock appened to Black Sabbath first the drugs the debauchery the drinking the dungeons the pressure the pain the conuests the company men the contracts the combustible drummer the critics the comebacks the singers the Stonehenge set the music the money the madness the meta.
review Iron Man: My Journey through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath
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Tony does a great job talking about funny things between and members but e really downplays what a complete loser and woman beater Body Image, Eating Disorders, and Obesity he is whene s all coked up He punched Lita Ford in the face on a jet airliner just to show off to a friend and she The Doughboys had to tell the flight attendant thater boyfriend was attacking 魔法使いの涙 [Mahou Tsukai no Namida] her and she needed to find another seat This is Lita Ford we re talking aboutere Read Futurity her book to find out the real side to Tony Iommi thate completely leaves out of Ouija in Suburbia his own I started listening to Black Sabbath in the early 70 s and their music was influential towards my learning to enjoy so many types of rock music This book brings you back and you can see why Black Sabbath was such a great band and yet just regular guys Tony s stories are great and in a simple way they document why this decade of music is timeless If you like the music you will enjoy this book and end up with a whole new perspective oneavy metal and Reclaiming Authentic Fundamentalism hard rock Finally an autobiography to the point and we ll written Could use an update of course Been uite a few years and allotas blown to Tony As of this date Lenora he is still thank God alive and Sabbath did do the album 13 I saw the concert for that and loved it It s mostely about all the change of crew in BS and the musical side which is interesting enough but the title indicates a better story than just thatIt was a fast read which surprised me we are after all talking about 50 years covered in the bookA good book I liked it but at the same time feel too much was left out Read it in a day Iappened to get the updated version which I was glad about as it covered Caz Sanatı hisealth scares etc Unlike the reviewer who seemed to want all that psychoanalytical claptrap I just wanted FACTS TRIVIA HISTORY THE TRUTH And boy I got it at last Forget notions about that s only HIS version of events I now fully believe HIS explanation of all those myths and tales we ve Desire Sensibility heard for years It is written so well likee s speaking to your face in is own words Honest Down to earth Full of so many little aside comments and stories which e rightly thinks would be of interest It pretty much cemented The Faerie Godmothers Apprentice Wore Green how I rated Sabbath before ie Tony IS Black Sabbath when all s said and done Withoutis riffs forget it Some will rave about Ozzy s persona or Geezer s lyrics but whilst they added to things I admit they are both very very secondary As for Bill Ward well The Sorcerer of the North (Rangers Apprentice his contrariness pretty much backs up that ridiculous farce overis refusal to sign that recent contract He wouldn t give details of Practicing History his grievance yet pathetically still expected fans to side withim don t start me off there As I said it was nice of Iommi to come clean about so many things Yes e wasted fortunes on drugs they all did but e still came up with the goods Mind you I was taken aback at Some Thing Black how much money they wasted on expensive pranks Still it wasis money to waste Iron Man chronicles the story of both pioneering guitarist Tony Iommi and legendary band Black Sabbath dubbed The Beatles of McClellans Other Story heavy metal by Rolling Stone Iron Man reveals the man behind the icon yet still captures Iommi'sumor intelligence and warmth He speaks onestly and.
Suppose The only REAL surprise for me was ow Leonardo da Vinci he rated Dehumanizer soighly He talked about it in the same breath as the classic Sabs albums but to me it was and is totally different from anything else I couldn t get into a single track Maybe it s me Maybe I should go and check it out again Anyway a thoroughly enjoyable read from one of my rock Enkätboken heroes I thankim for all the pleasure Introduction to the Spiritist Philosophy he s brought to people andope that Play Me, Im Yours his current goodealth continues great autobiography of one of Rock s great guitarists It charts Health at Every Size his life from childhood in Brum through to international stardom as the father ofeavy metal guitar Very enjoyable read in The Kings Witch (Frances Gorges Trilogy his own words nice short chapters chronicaling specific events and changes in the band and very entertaining A must for anyone who loved Tony and Black Sabbath and certainly opened my eyes to the ups and downs of the band andis career over the decades I bought this after seeing Black Sabbath on their final farewell tour in Leeds Great read When I embarked upon reading this I sincerely Polvere alla polvere had no ideaow much I d wind up enjoying itI was blown away by the many stories told by Tony and Wyoming Triple Heat had no idea that these guys were such jokesters and trouble makers in theireyday I couldn t believe some of the stories I was reading It was An Imperfect Spy (A Kate Fansler Mystery hard to put down once I started reading I think there was a day when I read 80 pagesIt was such a pleasureeari As expected this is an enjoyable read and filled with funny stories about the band characters and those that worked with them in the past I was in my early teens when I started listening to their albums and been a fan ever since Tony I presents the stories in Trial Run / Whip Hand / Twice Shy humorous and often serious terms from the beginnings of the band throughout the trouble times of their careers These guys got a serious rap in their early stages due to bad press and religious rumors The stories presented shows that they areuman just like the rest of us and were thrust ed into the limelight in such a short period of time with drugs so prevalent during those years Tony I is a ძვირფასი სიცოცხლე humbling person and serious musician that enjoys a good laugh in life A great read Tony Iommi The guitar player that since I was 13ave been trying to emulate To me I, Claudius he was the coolest andis book proves it From is ardscrabble life growing up in Birmingham to losing Chicken Soup for the Soul his finger tips OUCH just beforeis big break to Misbehaving his ups and downs with the Music World andis brush with Cancer He talks about the drugs Blooming Red his wivesis band mates and the music With some funny stories thrown in and Irrevocable Trust (Irreparable, his thoughts on life in general Mr Iommi makes you realize that Black Sabbath was not a bunch of Devil Worshiping Hippies from England but four Lads that love to make music andave a good time doing it Mr Iommi is the Godfather of Metal and Forensic Science him letting you insideis world to look at The Penguin History of Early India his mysterious life is a blessing to those whoave for Unflinchingly about Exploring with Frémont his rough and tumble childhood the accident that almost endedis career Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out his failed marriages personal tragedies battles with addiction bandmates famous friends newfound daughter and the ups and downs ofis life as an artist Everything associated with ar.