Zakk Wylde Explains Why He Unplugged
Wylde recently explained his acoustic muse. "It' like with with Zeppelin - as much as I love "Black Dog" I want to listen to "Going to California." We had the two previous DVDs and our Black Label family it was just like, "Would you guys consider doing a show with the mellow stuff," and thinking about it we were like, "Let's just do that.
"A lot of these songs never see the light of day and I don't know why, we're happy with the way they came out on the record. That was probably the last time we played them, when they were recorded. Especially with the [Pride & Glory] stuff which was '94 and the 'Book of Shadows' in '96, it's been a while and it was definitely fun re-visiting them."
Here, Zakk plays "Lovin' Woman" from his Pride And Glory Days. Wylde is promising the next Black Label Society album will be a return to heavy electric riffs. Watch the performance here.
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