Genre: Jazz
Label: Blacklake
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Jazz Sabbath Jazz Sabbath Vol. 2 LP Scratch & Dent

Jazz Sabbath

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Follow-Up to Acclaimed Self-Titled Album on Vinyl LP!
Sophomore Album Begun in 1969 Is Finally Completed!
Songs in their Original Form, Replenished with 52 Years of Experience, Vigor...and Rage!

Longtime Black Sabbath/Ozzy Osbourne keys and guitar player Adam Wakeman (as Milton Keanes) is back with Jazz Sabbath Vol. 2.

According to the liner notes, the UK jazz trio Jazz Sabbath were recording two albums in 1969 when disaster struck. Their debut album was cancelled, and their second album shelved; leaving room for a certain band from Birmingham to become famous by playing metal versions of their jazz songs - claiming they were their own. Jazz Sabbath were powerless to do anything about it.

Their 50-year-streak of misfortune ended in 2020 with the discovery of their debut album master tapes and the following re-release of the album. Now, reunited after 52 years, Jazz Sabbath entered the studio and finished recording their sophomore album.

With the theft by the band from Birmingham exposed, Milton Keanes and colleagues can now present these songs in their original form, replenished with 52 years of experience, vigor... and rage.

Includes the tranquil "Symptom Of The Universe", the full 8-minute version of "Paranoid" (not that metal afterthought version everyone knows) and of course the song that other band so blatantly named themselves after.

A Vol. 2 promo interview with Milton has surfaced on YouTube. However, the interview was cut short when the interviewer, despite Milton's protests, showed a clip from a TV show appearance in 1985.

A unique musical experience
-Spill Magazine
Spectacular renditions
-Metal Injection
-Jazz Journal
Absolute Madness
-Soul & Jazz


  • Black Vinyl
  • Main trio consists of the 1960s alter egos of Adam Wakeman, Ash Soan & Jerry Meehan
  • 11 guest musicians


Milton Keanes piano
Jacque T'fono upright bass
Juan Také drums
Leighton B'zard Hammond organ
Allen Kees Fender Rhodes
Lester Trumpton trombone, euphonium
Elton Spanks-William trumpet
Fenton Breezley saxophone, clarinet
Loquacious Fellaish horn arrangements
Francis Mellie percussion
Angus Guitaropoulos guitar solo, track 1
Wes Tostrayer guitar solo, track 2
Arthur Itis guitar solo, track 4
Newton Abbot guitar solo, track 6


Side A:

  1. Paranoid
  2. Snowblind
  3. Behind The Wall Of Sleep

Side B:

  1. Sabbra Cadabra
  2. Symptom Of The Universe
  3. N.I.B.
  4. Black Sabbath

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