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  • maestro
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    Originally posted by OzzyIsDio View Post
    You are the Ozzman Cometh Maestro! We are both two Ozzy fiends, along with Axeman, that makes three.
    Absolutely brother. We sure are[emoji847]


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  • OzzyIsDio
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    Originally posted by maestro View Post
    Years ago I read that Randy had done a guide solo only on “S.A.T.O” or “Little Dolls”. I can’t remember which of the two. From what I understand, the solo that we got was not intended to be the solo on the album proper.

    It’s insane how much Ozzy and Sabbath lore I have forgotten. More than some folks will ever know [emoji1787]


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    You are the Ozzman Cometh Maestro! We are both two Ozzy fiends, along with Axeman, that makes three.

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  • maestro
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    Originally posted by The Sabman Cometh View Post
    I like S.A.T.O. as it was released. I wonder what Ozzy would have done differently.
    Years ago I read that Randy had done a guide solo only on “S.A.T.O” or “Little Dolls”. I can’t remember which of the two. From what I understand, the solo that we got was not intended to be the solo on the album proper.

    It’s insane how much Ozzy and Sabbath lore I have forgotten. More than some folks will ever know [emoji1787]


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  • The Sabman Cometh
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    I like S.A.T.O. as it was released. I wonder what Ozzy would have done differently.

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  • OzzyIsDio
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    S.A.T.O. along with Diary Of A Madman are my two favorite songs on the album, how could he not be satisfied with the way it turned out, now he says this?

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  • Towelie
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    Yeah, I agree it's a great song.

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  • Ozzy wasn't satisfied with how S.A.T.O. turned out

    S.A.T.O. is an amazing song and my favorite on DOAM album. Everyone sounds great on it. At any point in the song you can focus in on either Randy's guitar, Lee's drumming, Bob's bass or lyrics, or Ozzy's vocals and be like "damn, he's killing it!"

    I wonder what Ozzy felt was rushed or missing from it?

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