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Dance with the devil

Dance With the Devil cover; image courtesy of Wymer

A Cozy Powell biography is being prepared for publication by Wymer. It is called Dance With The Devil – The Cozy Powell Story and is scheduled for March 20, 2020. The book is authored by Laura Shenton, who has a Masters degree in “Music Since 1900” from Liverpool Hope University.

What: Dance With The Devil – The Cozy Powell Story
When: March 20, 2020
Where: Wymer Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-912782-33-8
Price: £14.99
Format: soft cover, 224 pages, 8 page photo section

The book can be preordered from the publisher.



10 Comments to “Dance with the devil”:

  1. 1
    Philippe Warda says:

    Put a copy aside for me.
    I hope she focuses on the Sabbath years and especially on the Dehuminizer era.

  2. 2
    Juan Carlos Espeso Andollo says:

    Si hay versión en español lo compro .

  3. 3
    Ricardo says:

    It’s about time.

  4. 4
    Randy Fielding says:

    Saw Cozy in 86 on the ELP tour !!

  5. 5
    Oliver Kling says:

    Will there be a german translation?

  6. 6
    Claus says:

    @ Philippe Warda : On the Dehumanizer album (1992), Vinny Appice played the drums.

  7. 7
    Hiza says:

    At last !

    The hardest hitting Drummaster.

    (Spoke once about this with Mr. Rondinelli. He admitted my opinion was right.)

    Deeply missed, undervalued.

    Long Live Cozy. Up there, somewhere…

  8. 8
    MacGregor says:

    So many great British drummers from that golden era! Cozy is definitely one of them & one of my favourites. Wonderful to see this, a superb tribute to him. In regards to Sabbath’s Dehumanizer album, I was very disappointed that Cozy didn’t end up in that lineup. That horse falling on him put an end to that from what we heard at the time. Although I don’t think Geezer Butler liked his style of drumming either, from what I read somewhere at the time, so maybe CP wasn’t meant to be in that band at that time, such a shame! Still enjoy his ‘solo’ albums also, so much talent from all involved. Cheers.

  9. 9
    Buttockss says:

    Headless Cross tour 1989…

  10. 10
    Ivica says:

    Great trollist Ritchie-Ronnie-Cozy who “kept” hard rock in the mid-seventies .. hard rock monuments albums “Rising”, On Stage “,” LL RnR “. Great drumming work on album ” Down to the Earth “/” Lost In Hollywood “/, also in the MSG concert album” One Night at Budokan “. Whitesnake era….I think Paice was a better choice while WS was still an hard – RnR-blues band…I followed his work before Rainbow..on The Jeff Beck Group and after… Gary Moore,Peter Green,Brian May,BS,ELP…… great..an exceptional musician

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