How Good It Is

After the Coro94 Chsistmas concert in December, I remarked that my next concert, Black Sabbath at the 02 Arena, was just about about the complete opposite.

But the world of music has other ideas.

Black Sabbath lead guitarist Tony Iommi worked with his friend Catherine Ogle, the Dean of Birmingham, on this five-minute arrangement, which celebrates peace, harmony and the Cathedral’s role in the heart of the city. The Birmingham rock legend said he wanted to ‘give something back’ to his home city. The words are inspired by Psalm 133, and it’s sung by the boys and men of Birmingham Cathedral Choir.

It’s as if the musical universe is trying to mess with my mind.

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2 Responses to How Good It Is

  1. ard sloc says:

    No. It doesn’t mess with my mind but sets it working. I enjoyed it! Things seem to be moving in Brum.

  2. Michael says:

    Not at all sure what I expected, but this wasn’t it.
    And yes I enjoyed the track too.

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