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Adam Wakeman releases album with jazz versions of Black Sabbath songs

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Adam Wakeman releases album with jazz versions of Black Sabbath songs

Keyboardist and guitarist Adam Wakeman, son of Rick Wakeman. Also member of Ozzy Osbourne‘s support band, released a new album from the Jazz Sabbath project. The band transforms Black Sabbath songs. The self-titled “Jazz Sabbath” will be released on vinyl, CD, cassette tape and digital platforms.

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Hear Jazz Sabbath:

Jazz Sabbath tracklist:

  1. Faries Wear Boots
  2. Evil Woman
  3. Rat Salad
  4. Iron Man
  5. Hand Of Doom
  6. Changes
  7. Children Of The Grave

In addition, on the Jazz Sabbath is a project Adam Wakeman adopts the pseudonym of Milton Keanes. Which is a character who “accuses” Black Sabbath of having stolen his songs. The joke led to a documentary, also released on the internet. Where Keanes is interviewed by actor Robert Powell, “Jesus of Nazareth” in Franco Zeffirelli’s film.

Members of bands such as Motörhead, Faith No More, Yes and Ramones, as well as members of Black Sabbath and the support group of Ozzy Osbourne, participate in the “documentary”. Where they mention remembering Milton Keanes’ songs, “stolen” after the musician suffers a heart attack. “The record company archived the album he recorded and canceled the release. When Milton left the hospital in September 1970, he discovered that a Birmingham band, called Black Sabbath, released two albums with metal versions of his songs “, says the promotional material, which plays with the plot.

Adam Wakeman was also Black Sabbath’s keyboardist on their reunion tour in the 10’s.

Watch the Jazz Sabbath mockumentary:

Black Sabbath are considered the creators of Heavy Metal. On their classic formation were: Ozzy Osbourne (vocals), Geezer Butler (Bass), Tony Iommi (Guitar), Bill Ward (Drums). Since Ozzy Osbourne’s departure, the band has undergone several line-up changes. With guitarist Iommi being the only one present in all of them. Originally it was a blues rock band, which soon adopted the name Black Sabbath and began to incorporate horror stories into their lyrics. In addition to using guitars with low pitch. Although these two themes were common, they also composed songs that dealt with social instability, political corruption. Also the dangers of drug abuse and apocalyptic prophecies resulting from wars.

I am a Brazilian journalist, a Classic Rock and Heavy Metal lover. Music has always been part of my life, helped me through tough moments and was with me to celebrate the good ones. When I became a journalist I knew I wanted to write about my passions. After college I did a postgraduate degree in digital communication. This has helped me to make the website better and bring the best of classic rock to the world! MTB: 0021377/MG

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