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Mr. Crowley Live

Ozzy Osbourne

Type:
Single
Release date:
1981
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Jet Records
Format:
12" vinyl
Reviews:
2 reviews (avg. 98%)
Side A
1. Mr. Crowley (specially recorded live version) 04:51   Show lyrics
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Side B
2. You Said It All (live) 03:53   Show lyrics
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3. Suicide Solution (live) 04:28   Show lyrics
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Band members
Ozzy Osbourne Vocals
Randy Rhoads (R.I.P. 1982) Guitars
Bob Daisley Bass
Lee Kerslake Drums
Don Airey Keyboards
Miscellaneous staff
Max Norman Producer
Ozzy Osbourne Vocals
Randy Rhoads (R.I.P. 1982) Guitars
Bob Daisley Bass
Lee Kerslake Drums
Don Airey Keyboards
Max Norman Producer
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12" EP (cat.-no. JET 12003). At least three different covers exist.
Also released as picture disc (cat.-no. 8Z8-37640).

Recorded October 1980 during the first Blizzard Of Oz UK Tour.

The Mr Crowley Live EP was an EP released by Ozzy Osbourne in 1980. It had three tracks performed at the Southampton, UK, show that same year. The track list included "Mr. Crowley", "Suicide Solution" and "You Said It All", a song which was written in the sound-check for that show and, according to several sources, was actually recorded in the soundcheck with crowd-noise subsequently added. This was the only live recording of Randy Rhoads ever to be released prior to Tribute with the exception of the live B-side of "I Don't Know" on the 7" of Over The Mountain / Flying High Again.
In 1981 the EP was re-released as a picture disc. Side 1 featured an outtake photo from the Diary of a Madman LP cover shoot. Side 2 had another outtake photo from the Diary of a Madman album photo shoot, this time of a close up of Ozzy. The back jacket featured the original EP front cover of Ozzy in concert. This picture disc is highly sought after by collectors.

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