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The Very Best Of Ozzy Osbourne (Bk/Cd)
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The Very Best Of Ozzy Osbourne (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Guitar Folio
Composer Troy Stetina
Arranger Ozzy Osbourne
Artist Ozzy Osbourne
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Signature Licks
Catalog # 00695431

Price: $22.95

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The Very Best Of Ozzy Osbourne (Bk/Cd) Composed by Troy Stetina. Arranged by Ozzy Osbourne. Performed by Ozzy Osbourne. For Guitar Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00695431, UPC: 073999466584)

Explore the trademark riffs, solos and compositions of Ozzy Osbourne's famous sidemen: Randy Rhoads, Jake E. Lee and Zakk Wylde. This book/CD pack by Troy Stetina includes background notes, lessons and other helpful tips that will help you master 11 Ozzy favorites from his Black Sabbath and solo years. Features hands-on analysis of: Bark at the Moon • Crazy Train • Dee • I Don't Know • Iron Man (Live) • Mama, I'm Coming Home • No More Tears • Paranoid (Live) • Shot in the Dark • Steal Away (The Night). The CD includes full-band examples of each song.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BARK AT THE MOON OSBOURNE,OZZY STETINA,TROY OSBOURNE,OZZY  
CRAZY TRAIN OSBOURNE,OZZY STETINA,TROY DAISLEY/OSBOURNE/RHO  
DEE OSBOURNE/RHOADS STETINA,TROY OSBOURNE/RHOADS  
I DON'T KNOW OSBOURNE,OZZY STETINA,TROY DAISLEY/OSBOURNE/RHO  
IRON MAN BLACK SABBATH STETINA,TROY BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
KILLER OF GIANTS OSBOURNE,OZZY STETINA,TROY SINCLAIR/LEE/OSBOURN  
MAMA I'M COMING HOME OSBOURNE,OZZY STETINA,TROY OSBOURNE/WYLDE  
NO MORE TEARS OSBOURNE,OZZY STETINA,TROY PURDELL/MATHES/INEZ/  
PARANOID BLACK SABBATH STETINA,TROY BUTLER/IOMMI/OSBOURN  
STEAL AWAY (THE NIGHT) OSBOURNE,OZZY STETINA,TROY DAISLEY/RHOADS/OSBOU  
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