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Ozzy Osbourne: Guitar Play-Along Volume 64 Paperback – February 1, 2009
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The transcriptions are accurate and well laid out on the page. I've seen some unusual transcriptions of Randy Rhoads' guitar work over the years, especially of one part of the "Flying High Again" solo. This book looks quite accurate to me. The CD sounds fantastic too.
I don't understand the negative reviews of this book. The publisher got it right. If there is anything to be critical about, it may be that you didn't get a favorite song included. Oh well. Maybe other reviewers thought they were getting original studio recordings from the early '80s. (Maybe they thought Ozzy would be singing on this:That's not what this series is about. They're professional recordings for instructional purposes.) These recordings and transcriptions are as good as you're going to find.
Sure do wish I had materials like this when I was a kid.
Just another sad effort from our cultural corporate masters, which is a highfalutin' way of saying this is a ripoff (other than getting the disk to play along to). So if you want to learn how to play Crazy Train go to You Tube and check out the Lessons from the Can, where they put up correct tabs for the main riff and do both real time and slowed down playing demos.
Just as general information, if you're in Japan, go to the used book stores in Kanda, Tokyo and look for the Shinko Music Heavy Metal series of books, this one being of Randy Rhoads. There are some great pictures in it, a neat bio and blurbs discussing how the songs should be played (in Japanese, though).
The song list for the Japanese book (ISBN 4-401-14093-1) is:
Over the Mountain
Flying High Again
I Don't Know
Steal Away (The Night)
The only reason I got The Ultimate Ozzy Osbourne was for Bark at the Moon, Miracle Man and Rock N' Roll Rebel plus the disk since I had never learned those. I just hope those tabs are more accurate than the one for Crazy Train is.