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eBook Iron Man: My Journey through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath download ISBN: 0306821451
Author: Tony Iommi
Publisher: Da Capo Press; Reprint edition (December 11, 2012)
Language: English
Pages: 432
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Fb2: 1863 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Reprinted by arrangement with Simon & Schuster UK"-T. The birth of a cub - It's the Italian thing - The shop on Park Lane - The school of hard knocks - Out of the shadows, into the limelight - Why don't you just give me the finger? -. - A career hanging off an extra thin string - Meeting Bill Ward and the rest - Job-hopping into nowhere - How three angels saved heavy metal - Things go horribly south up north - Down to earth - A flirt with Tull in a rock 'n' roll circus - The early birds catch the first.

Iron Man chronicles the story of both pioneering guitarist Tony Iommi. Iron Man chronicles the story of both pioneering guitarist Tony Iommi and legendary band Black Sabbath, dubbed The Beatles of heavy metal by Rolling Stone. Iron Man reveals the man behind the icon yet still captures Iommi’s humor, intelligence, and warmth.

His autobiography, Iron Man: My Journey through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath was published worldwide to. .When the book was published in 2012 as an audio book, Tony’s long time mate (and Black Sabbath drummer) Bev Bevan came in and read the book

His autobiography, Iron Man: My Journey through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath was published worldwide to much acclaim. In October 2011, Tony joined a new rank of media, when he because an author. His autobiography, Iron Man: My Journey through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath was published worldwide to much acclaim. When the book was published in 2012 as an audio book, Tony’s long time mate (and Black Sabbath drummer) Bev Bevan came in and read the book. We have two audio clips from this.

But Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi makes a surprisingly sweet narrator of his own life. Publishers Weekly, 6/27 the undisputed originator of heavy metal. And on this journey we take with him we discover that our wildest imaginings about sixties and seventies rock n’ roller behavior were only scratching the servic. ommi is a likable correspondent and you don’t mind spending time in his presence for the duration of the book.

by Iommi & Tony & Lammers & T.

At the end of your life, you will never regret not having passed one more test, not winning one more verdict or not closing one more deal. You will regret time not spent with a husband, a friend, a child, or a parent. Iron Man: My Journey through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath.

Iron Man chronicles the story of both pioneering guitarist Tony Iommi and legendary band Black Sabbath, dubbed "The Beatles of heavy metal" by Rolling Stone. Iron Man reveals the man behind the icon yet still captures Iommi's humor, intelligence, and warmth. He speaks honestly and unflinchingly about his rough-and-tumble childhood, the accident that almost ended his career, his failed marriages, personal tragedies, battles with addiction, band mates, famous friends, newfound daughter, and the ups and downs of his life as an artist.

Iron Man reveals the man behind the icon yet still captures Iommi’s humor, intelligence, and warmth. I guess they booked us in there because agents and record company people were supposed to show up. Our roadie, Luke, didn’t realise it was a different mains in America, so when he plugged the equipment in, it blew up. ‘Oh bloody hell, what are we going to do now?’

Iron Man chronicles the story of both pioneering guitarist Tony Iommi and legendary band Black Sabbath, dubbed "The Beatles of heavy metal" by Rolling Stone. He speaks honestly and unflinchingly about his rough-and-tumble childhood, the accident that almost ended his career, his failed marriages, personal tragedies, battles with addiction, bandmates, famous friends, newfound daughter, and the ups and downs of his life as an artist.

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Tony Iommi’s Journey Through Heaven and Hell. On November 1st, Tony Iommi’s autobiography, Iron Man: My Journey through Heaven and Hell with Black Sabbath, will be published by Da Capo Press. The Black Sabbath guitar great on his new book, John Bonham and a Sabbath reunion. Lammers, the book recounts all the ups and downs the guitarist experienced with Ozzy Osbourne and company. Iommi recently talked to Rolling Stone about why he chose to pen his autobiography now, his friendship with Led Zeppelin’s John Bonham and the chances of a Sabbath reunion. What made you decide to write your life story now?

The New York Times bestselling autobiography by the lead guitarist of Black Sabbath and the architect of heavy metalIron Man chronicles the story of both pioneering guitarist Tony Iommi and legendary band Black Sabbath, dubbed "The Beatles of heavy metal" by Rolling Stone. Iron Man reveals the man behind the icon yet still captures Iommi's humor, intelligence, and warmth. He speaks honestly and unflinchingly about his rough-and-tumble childhood, the accident that almost ended his career, his failed marriages, personal tragedies, battles with addiction, band mates, famous friends, newfound daughter, and the ups and downs of his life as an artist. Everything associated with hard rock happened to Black Sabbath first: the drugs, the debauchery, the drinking, the dungeons, the pressure, the pain, the conquests, the company men, the contracts, the combustible drummer, the critics, the comebacks, the singers, the Stonehenge set, the music, the money, the madness, the metal.
Comments: (7)
Akelevar
When I embarked upon reading this, I sincerely had no idea how much I'd wind up enjoying it.

I was blown away by the many stories told by Tony and had no idea that these guys were such jokesters and trouble makers in their heyday. I couldn't believe some of the stories I was reading. It was hard to put down once I started reading. I think there was a day when I read 80 pages.

It was such a pleasure hearing Tony talk in depth about many aspects of recoding each Sabbath album.

Very enjoyable for me. Worth every penny. I was honestly sad when I finished reading.
Winasana
Tony Iommi. The guitar player that since I was 13 have been trying to emulate. To me he was the coolest and his book proves it. From his hardscrabble life growing up in Birmingham, to losing his finger tips (OUCH!) just before his big break, to his ups and downs with the Music World and his brush with Cancer. He talks about the drugs, his wives, his band mates, and the music. With some funny stories thrown in and 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 and have a good time doing it. Mr. Iommi is the Godfather of Metal and him letting you inside his world to look at his mysterious life is a blessing to those who have for years chanted the spells to bring about the mastery of guitar like him. Thank you Tony for your music and your book. I can now play Black Sabbath not having to worry if Satan is going to come out of my speakers and strangle me.
Landaron
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 on heavy metal and hard rock.
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For a true Black Sabbath fan, this has to be the number one item for your collection. If names like Tony Martin, Dio, Brian May and of course Ozzy(John) Bill and Geezer(Terry), Eddie Van Halen,Lita Ford are familiar to you then you will love this book. Just the meaning of the track FX on the Vol 4 album is worth the price of this book.I've been a Sab fan since I was 12....I am now 51. I cannot put this book down. I love the style of the book, it is not your average auto biography. This feels as if Mr Iommi is across the table telling you his story. If I could place a virtual bet with this book, any tru deep Black Sabbath fan will love this. Buy it!!!!!! Thank you Mr Iommi for writing this
MisTereO
This book is basically a 200pg book expanded to fit into 450pgs, the book was obviously based verbatim on taped interviews and it really shows in the writing. Iommi is great and has lived a great life but it's hard to tell from this bland presentation of it. He really doesn't expand on anything in detail just vague references to things here and there, luckily I already know most of the stories in here already. We made X album, played this prank on member X, played X concert, X happened, then repeat...I love Black Sabbath and Iommi but I really expected quite more from this 450pg book..
Tygrarad
Being a fan of rock, music literature in general, one get used to "inside sources" or some "close to the band"anonymous person talking about something he ignores.
The Iommi book delivers on all fronts because it's an easy to read, enjoyable, to the point and the most gratifying part a honest, cold hard facts filled one hell of a ride.
I was disappointed about the downfall starting on the '80's of the whole Sabbath name and legacy,how the neverending line up changes and the impossible to understand record label shifts.
All answers are here.
An open view into his prívate life, the whole issue of the wives and his daughter is very deep stuff.
There's a lot of trivia material to be found here.
The conclusion is, Iommi is , more than a great musician, he's a fighter, a man on a mission, a survivor, an one of a kind man.
Talrajas
First off, whenever a new rocker auto comes out I check Amazon because it's MUCH cheaper and it's NEVER out of stock. Second, if you're smart just wait until the paperback comes out if you're not buying it to collect it because the paperback (like this one) has a couple of new chapters in it and you'll have to either go to a book store a sneak a read or buy the book again.

As for Tony's book, I just started it. I actually started reading it on Amazon through the "look inside" feature, something you can only get on Amazon. It's great to see if it's going to be a book you can't put down or something you'll be bored of before you get to page 2. I'm a few chapters in and I love this book. If you read Ozzy's book you'll love this one!!
With the release of this book, we get a first hand look at a band that not only defined a new "style" of rock and roll, over 40 years later they still are the best. How did "heavy metal" start, (a term the author does not like) well read his story and find out. From his beginnings as youth in Birmingham, England to super stardom all over the world. His guitar playing was the driving force of the band and heavy metal, Eddie Van Halen to Kirk Hammet to Slash they all started by listening to Tony Iommi and Black Sabbath.