Laguna Sunrise


  • "Laguna Sunrise" was inspired by a sunrise Black Sabbath guitarist Tony Iommi saw at Laguna Beach in California after a night of partying.
  • Spock, a crew member who could play guitar and write music, helped Tony write out the orchestral parts for this track.
  • Disc jockey Alan Freeman, aka Fluff, used this song to open his radio show. Tony Iommi later gave a nod to this with his instrumental track "Fluff" on Sabbath Bloody Sabbath.


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