Ozzy Osbourne Says He Has Many Strong Songs Ready For His Follow Up To ‘Ordinary Man’
Former Black Sabbath frontman Ozzy Osbourne recently did an interview on SiriusXM’s Ozzy Speaks with his co-host Bill Morrison. Throughout their talk, Osbourne revealed that he has been working on a follow-up for his latest studio album ‘Ordinary Man,’ saying that album has a lot of strong songs.
Singer and songwriter, Osbourne started to earn a reputation as the frontman of the heavy metal band Black Sabbath in the 1970s. In the late 70s, he was fired from the band because of this alcohol and drug problems and continued his solo career.
Osbourne’s solo career started as a success throughout the 80s. During the 90s, he had won a Grammy Award and his albums and singles were on the top shelves. In the winter of 2020, he released his last studio album ‘Ordinary Man’ after almost ten years. He recently shared that there will be a follow-up to Ordinary Man soon.
During the talk with Bill Morrison, he said that he has been working with Andrew Watt again, who was the producer of his last studio album. He added that when Watt works with him, they can easily talk about which song is good and which song is not. Osbourne also shared that, they have over ten ‘winner songs’ in the album.
While talking about the upcoming album, Osbourne said:
“Andrew goes in with a band, he gets some things going, and I’ll go, ‘Yeah, I like that,’ ‘No, I don’t like that,’ ‘That’s okay.’ We’ve got, like, 13 or 14 really strong songs. When I get something really special, I go, ‘Yes, this is a winner.’ There’s one song called ‘Patient Number Nine.’ It’s one we wrote about Sharon and I. There are some songs on there that are like eight or nine minutes long that are these really crazy journeys. I’m really excited about it.”
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