Listen and watch a brilliant live performance by the progressive rock band Camel, one of the best bands of the 70s. This is an instrumental piece called Lunar Sea from their 1976 album Moonmadness. It is progressive rock (or shall I say jazz rock) at its best. Absolute magic, especially after the 5:06 where they start an intense 4-minute jam…
Heaven and Hell is one of the best songs of the Dio era of Black Sabbath. Released over forty years ago (in 1980) with the homonymous 9th studio album, it was their first after Ozzy left the band. And it rocked. Some may say this is not Sabbath, but that’s another story. Just listen:
Scars are the wounds that we showSavatage
Time only heals
When you’re letting go
Track 10 on Savatage’s Gutter Ballet (1989) and the one with Criss Oliva’s best solo ever.
And the 2011 accoustic version:
A great song, an astonishing live performance (on par with, say, Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb”), something you ought to experience live. Just watch these guys playing, hear Morello’s guitar solo. Read through the lyrics, too. Or better read John Steinbeck novel, “The Grapes Of Wrath”.