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Ozzy at 75 : The Unofficial Illustrated History

Code: 978-0-760377-43-7
Hardback 200 pages,
Black Sabbath, “Crazy Train,” one alleged unfortunate bat…Ozzy Osbourne is widely considered the founder of heavy metal, an artist whose outlandish off- and onstage antics and songcraft have spanned the entirety of the genre. In Ozzy at 75, veteran rock journalist Daniel Bukszpan celebrates and examines the “Prince of Darkness” through the lens of 75 milestones. This exquisite volume features:
Slipcased hardcover format
Stunning concert and candid offstage photography
Images of memorabilia, including gig posters, 7-inch picture sleeves, ticket stubs, and more
Gatefold Ozzy timeline
Gatefold commissioned artwork depicting Ozzy through the years
Key studio albums are featured, of course, but Bukszpan delves deeper to reveal the events that helped chart the course of Ozzy’s career:
Key albums, both with Black Sabbath and as a solo artist
Ventures like Black Sabbath reunions, Ozzfest, and his autobiography
Collaborations with guitarists like Randy Rhoads, Jake E. Lee, and Zakk Wylde
His diagnosis of Parkinson’s
Induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Collaborations with wife Sharon and children Jack and Kelly
…and of course the mythic offstage misadventures
Beginning with his cofounding of Black Sabbath, Ozzy Osbourne is regarded as one of the most influential musicians and entertaining performers of the previous five decades. Bukszpan’s insightful and entertaining prose provides a unique presentation of Ozzy’s career arc, from his first steps as a solo artist to the breakthrough album Blizzard of Ozz and Diary of a Madman to his mythic offstage misadventures, and beyond.
The result is a rollicking tribute to one of the most admired stars in rock—in a milestone year.
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