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Solid blues rock. When I tell people that Sabbath covered a Minneapolis band most give me the 'Whaaaaa?' look.
I don't get the hate for this song. What's not to like about it?
Yep, still better then 'changes'.
this song has always been fucking fantastic!
damn bass! 
Catchy song! Don't understand the hate for this song, especially since it's a cover & a damn good one.
damn bass! 
[url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evil_Woman_%28Crow_song%29]Evil Woman (Crow song)[/url]
Every thanks goes to the [url=http://www.last.fm/music/Crow/Crow+Music]Crow[/url] band!!! >> They influenced Black Sabbath to cover this song and release it as their first single.
So much hate. Sure it's the weakest on the album but Sabbath didn't know who they were at this point. Bass grooves.
The best of Sabbath! The greatest bass section EVER! \m/\m/
this song is the fucking jam
Just hearing this for the first time today. If you told me this was off of Never Say Die! I'd have believed you. "Yuck" is right.
This bass can blow you away. Good job Geezer. Similar to Crow's cover, but better! I worship Black Sabbath!
I'm glad this song was left off the US version of the album.
v lol are you fucking kidding me? Have you ever heard Changes?
Это кавер, если кто не знает
The clunker of the first album.
evil woman, don't you play your game with me
Great great bassline!! So bouncy.
Vagaba, nao faça esses joguinhos comigo.
I love the bassline in this song especially.
Bass line is perfect !!
Yuck, I'm not a fan of this. I understand it is a cover, but for Black Sabbath it just doesn't suit them.
Awesome song : >
@ conorsdaman - I know :D
I'm really into this song at the moment. The bass is great.
@ Blessedheart, It wasn't written by Sabbath
If this had been written by Sabbath a decade or so later I'd swear that it was about Sharon...
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