A Japanese white label promotional copy of Live at Last by Black Sabbath, complete with obi.
Offered for sale is a white label promotional copy of the Japanese issue of Live at Last by Black Sabbath.
It’s surprising that Black Sabbath never released a live album during their prime in the 1970s, but the band didn’t issue an official live album until the mid-1980s when Ronnie James Dio was the band’s lead singer.
Live at Last, issued in 1980, was the band’s first live release, but it was released by a former manager without the band’s knowledge or permission. For legal reasons, the album was only released in a few countries and was not released in the United States.
Despite this, the album is a good recording of a couple of 1973 live performances that caught the band in their prime.
About this copy: This copy of Live at Last is an original Japanese white label promotional copy, issued in 1980 and complete with the original obi and lyric insert.
The cover is VG++, with traces of wear at the corners and edges. The obi is M-. There’s a sticker on the cover that says “Sample Copy” in both English and Japanese.
The white label promo disc is M- and appears to have had little, if any, play.
A nice copy of a terrific record.
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