Sabbra Cadabra

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"Sabbra Cadabra"
Song by Black Sabbath from the album Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Released 1973 (UK)
January 1974 (US)
Recorded 1973
Genre Heavy metal
Length 5:59
Label Castle Records (UK)
Warner Bros. Records (US)
Writer Ozzy Osbourne, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler, Bill Ward
Producer Black Sabbath
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath track listing
"Fluff"
(3)
"Sabbra Cadabra"
(4)
"Killing Yourself to Live"
(5)

"Sabbra Cadabra" is a song from Black Sabbath's fifth studio album Sabbath Bloody Sabbath which was released in 1973. The song has never been released as a single, but nonetheless has remained one of the most famous songs from the album. The song was written by all the members of the band.[1] One of the heaviest tracks on the album, themes presented in the song are love and hope. It is written in the key of C# Minor.[2] (Starting with Master of Reality, the band tuned their guitars down 1 1/2 steps.)

The track features a guest appearance on piano and synthesizer of Rick Wakeman, who was recording Tales from Topographic Oceans with Yes in the studio next door.

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