By September 1972 and “Vol. 4”,the world into which the Birmingham England band Black Sabbath quickly rose to popularity felt increasingly like a dangerous place…Original lead singer/ lyricist Ozzy Osborne is my guest In the Studio for the fiftieth anniversary.
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Five weeks after the deaths of his trusted guitarist Randy Rhoads, his tour bus driver, and the band’s wardrobe seamstress in a single engine plane crash, Ozzy Osbourne summoned the courage to honor a commitment to perform a live national radio broadcast from Memphis’ Mid South Coliseum, with Night Ranger’s Brad Gillis doing a commendable job of guitar grace under pressure, ripping through “Flying High Again”.
Ten years prior to the release of “No More Tears” in September 1991, Ozzy Osbourne couldn’t get arrested outside England. Particularly in America, the former singer for heavy metal godfathers Black Sabbath was perceived by US record label execs as damaged goods…Then for the whole of the Eighties, Ozzy was constantly in the press, but rarely was it for his music. Ozzy admits here In the Studio that “No More Tears” was the first album he ever recorded sober, and the results were spectacular.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is honoring posthumously guitarist Randy Rhoads during this year’s annual induction ceremony October 30….My guest Ozzy Osbourne pays tribute In the Studio in this classic rock interview.
Ozzy Osbourne’s biggest seller in about fifteen years, 1995’s “Ozzmosis” ironically was released after he had announced a very high profile retirement. “Me without a band is like I’m walking around naked or something. ” Ozzy is a funny, charming, surprisingly insightful guest with me In the Studio.
So hear about the emperor’s new clothes with Ozzy Osbourne on “Ozzmosis”.
Ozzy Osbourne In the Studio for the making of 1980’s “Blizzard of Ozz”.
Ozzy Osbourne‘s first performance after the tragic airplane accident which killed his young gifted guitarist Randy Rhoads, his tour seamstress, and tour bus driver had the double weight of being a long-scheduled live radio broadcast to America. With Brad Gillis as a last-second fill in, this is Ozzy and band impressively and absolutely live on […]
In late 1970 the world into which the Birmingham England band Black Sabbath quickly rose to popularity with their second album, “Paranoid”, felt increasingly like a dangerous place. In this classic rock interview original Black Sabbath singer / lyricist Ozzy Osbourne has fond memories of those days when he and his mates from the working-class neighborhood Aston decided to ditch their trendy blues music, cut the band down from a 6-piece to four, and started doing what Ozzy characterizes in this classic rock interview as “spooky music”.
Here’s a live medley of “Iron Man” and “Children of the Grave” by Ozzy Osbourne April 28, 1982 at Memphis Mid-South Coliseum, one of the first shows after the accidental death of Ozzy’s guitarist Randy Rhoads
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