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Ozzy’s solo career might not have been more influential than what he did with Black Sabbath, but with “Crazy Train,” he soon began eclipsing his former band in popularity. It has one of the greatest riffs in metal, one of Randy Rhoads’ greatest guitar solos; Bob Daisley’s bass is minimal but scary and it’s one of Lee Kerslake’s best performances. But Ozzy’s melodic wailing is what makes the song a classic, and the best of his post-Sabbath career.

New Month….new artist.  Since it’s October and we’ll be getting into the Halloween season I thought we could do some OZZY!!!!  Deep Cuts, Live Tracks, some Sabbath too!

Kickin’ it off with a classic: