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 Ozzy Osbourne - Randy Rhoads Tribute WITH TAB GUITARS

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The
album was released in memory of Rhoads, guitarist for Osbourne's band
between 1980 and 1982, who died in a plane crash exactly 5 years
earlier, on March 19, 1982. It showcases Rhoads' guitar work onstage.
Particularly notable is the song "Suicide Solution", which features an
unaccompanied guitar solo by Rhoads. The album also includes outtakes
of the classical-influenced acoustic guitar piece, "Dee", a song Rhoads
wrote for his mother Delores, and which was originally included on the
debut album Blizzard of Ozz. These outtakes include Rhoads talking.
Also the last bars of "Dee" can be heard in the outro and ending of
"Goodbye To Romance".

The songs from "I Don't Know" through to
"Paranoid" are recorded live in Cleveland, Ohio on May 11, 1981.
Rhoads' guitar solo spot in "Suicide Solution" is taken from the show
in Montreal, Quebec on July 28, 1981. "Goodbye to Romance" and "No Bone
Movies" are rumoured to be taken from the very first Blizzard tour,
possibly from Southampton on September 2, 1980. These two tracks
feature Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake.

The album was originally
intended to be released in 1982 but, due to Randy Rhoads' death, the
album was shelved. Instead, another live album, Speak of the Devil
(which featured an entire set of Black Sabbath songs, and future Night
Ranger guitarist Brad Gillis replacing Rhoads) was issued later that
same year.

The recording of "Crazy Train" that appears on this
album was also released as the album's single on February 10, 1987,
along with a music video. Regarding the European vinyl-release,
although a 2LP set, the sleeve was single, rather than the more
traditional gatefold. However, it did come with a photo-montage poster.

Randy
Rhoads, although only having two studio albums under a major label to
showcase his amazing talent, was one of the greatest guitarists ever to
play. Born in 1956 in Los Angeles, he began playing the guitar at
around age seven. In 1976 he founded the first of the hair metal bands,
Quiet Riot. Although they were only signed to a record label in Japan
they became a hit amongst the LA club scene. In 1979, Quiet Riot lost
Rhoads to ex-Black Sabbath singer Ozzy Osbourne. With Ozzy, Randy
produced two multi-platinum studio albums until his untimely death in a
plane crash on March 19, 1982. Five years later, Ozzy released a slew
of live tracks from the Diary of a Madman tour, the Tribute album.


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