Mike Portnoy Shares Opinion On Ozzy Osbourne’s Underrated ‘Tonight’ Song From ‘Diary Of A Madman’ Album
Mike Portnoy, who is the former drummer of Dream Theater and current member of Sons Of Apollo, took his official Twitter account to share his thoughts about Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘Tonight’ song.
Tonight is a song from Ozzy’s second solo album, Diary Of A Madman, which released in 1981. It features the legendary late guitarist Randy Rhoads, drummer Lee Kerslake, and bass guitarist Bob Daisley, who was uncredited in the album.
In the tweet, Portnoy stated that he spent lots of time with Ozzy Osbourne’s underrated songs and said that he listened to ‘Tonight’ mostly, which he seemed liked the song pretty much.
While Mike was praising the beauty of the song, he also wanted to mention the solo of Randy Rhoads at the end of the song and wrote that it was an incredible one. In this way, he showed how much he loved the song to his followers.
Here is what Mike Portnoy wrote:
“Just spent some time with the underrated Ozzy Osbourne classic ‘Tonight’ from the Diary album… F*ck, that Randy solo at the end is so f*cking incredible… Good to the last drop!’ Crank it til the end…”
You can check out the post below.
Just spent some time with the underrated @OzzyOsbourne classic ‘Tonight’ from the Diary album…f*ck, that Randy solo at the end is so f*cking incredible…good to the LAST drop!💧Crank it til the end… 🎧 pic.twitter.com/nbCZF7HSD7
— Mike Portnoy 🤘 (@MikePortnoy) February 24, 2021