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Ozzy Osbourne. Crazy, but that’s how it goes…

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Hall of Fa– HIT THE LIGHTS!!!

Taking a brief break from the “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Corrected” series (oh, but wait, all three of you, there are plenty more suggestions), as inspired by blitzkrieging through the downloads of Metallica’s December mini-residency at San Francisco’s Fillmore for their thirtieth birthday celebration.

Inviting members of their fan-club, all living […]

Honda’s Off The Rails On A Crazy Train

Saw this tonight during the World Series. Let’s Go Rangers!

Hall of Fame, Corrected (Vol. 7.5)

Super-fan Brooke (aka milady) takes the reins for today’s selections. So many choices, but only six of our personal faves this week (seven technically). Howsabout you, Threedonia, what’re yours?

Also, please don’t forget to check your local theatre listings for next week’s premieres of God Bless Ozzy Osbourne.


Hall of Fame, Corrected (Vol. 7.4)

From the “all-star” album Ozzmosis, which had Michael Beinhorn producing and the fingerprints of Geezer Butler, Lemmy Kilmister, Steve Vai, Mike Inez, Zakk Wylde, Randy Castillo and Yes’ Rick Wakeman. Over and over again …

No pre-concert spoof below the fold today. Instead, someone much-beloved (though sometimes derided constructively criticized) ’round these parts.


Hall of Fame, Corrected (Vol. 7.3)

Ozzy + Randy (and Rudy Sarzo on bass) = awesome. That is all.

Hall of Fame, Corrected (Vol. 7.2)

At the February show milady and I caught, Ozzy made a point to recognize the many great guitarists with whom he’s worked through the years — Tony Iommi, Randy Rhoads, Zakk Wylde and currently Gus G. Inexplicably left off that list, especially since he replaced Rhoads in the studio (Night Ranger’s Brad Gillis briefly joined […]

Hall of Fame, Corrected (Vol. 7.1)

With alerts for loud volume and strong language (notably the pre-concert clips below the fold), this week features the Prince of Darkness himself, John Michael “OZZY” Osbourne. Already in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Black Sabbath, which took far too long for the Hall to recognize, if Eric Clapton can justifiably be […]

2010: Tune-tastic

Two 5+ hour road-trips and some Christmas/New Year’s vacation-time finally afforded me the chance to fully digest the plethora of albums which caught my ear this year. In short, t’was a glorious 2010.

There’s Something about a Twang …

Johnny Cash/American VI – Ain’t No Grave: Presumably the last of Cash’s original recordings, a fitting […]