Its laid back stoner jams convey the arid desert of the Sahara. Sabbath (duh) dutifully rears its head amongst the influences, but not to the point where youre hearing duplicate riffs exported from the 70s.
There's also a more straightforward Hawkwind and classic Deep Purple style to the album, as if Geezer had replaced Lemmy and the whole gang went on a shrooms bender, meeting up with Ritchie Blackmore later on for a couple of pints.
Obviously, this is good stuff, and worth seeking out.
A1 Endless Flight
A2 The Tomb
B1 Tres Madres
B2 Black Words
B3 Shaman's March ol' heavy bluesy doom rock. Randomly mixed black and silver copies.