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"It’s hard to imagine there being anything left in the world that could throw Ozzy Osbourne for a loop – I mean once you’ve snorted ants, you’ve pretty much stared into the abyss – but on a recent adventure with his son Jack, life threw Ozzy a serious curveball as it landed him in the studio, staring at something he hadn’t seen or heard in years: his “Crazy Train” master tape."

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  • brian

    brian 4 years, 9 months ago

    Randy Rhoads is my all time favorite guitar player by a country mile. He doesn't seem to get the notoriety he deserves and I'm not sure why. If you go back and listen to the things he was doing with Quite Riot in the late 1970s, he was way ahead of his time with his classical approach to song and guitar solo writing. Terrible shame what happened to him, but his music lives on and he definitely impacted a lot of people with it, myself included.


    • Razorback

      Razorback 4 years, 9 months ago

      I have always been a big Randy Rhoads fan and wonder what Ozzy's music would have been like over the years if he were still alive. I love the part in this video where they isolate the track with only his guitar. Demonstrates his skill level.