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Living Loud
« on: March 13, 2018, 05:05:03 PM »
Living Loud was a one off project put together by Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake, the bassist and drummer, as well as songwriters, from the Blizzard Of Ozz albums Blizzard Of Ozz and Diary Of A Madman.  Sometime in 2003 they decided they wanted to re-record some of the songs from those two albums.  This was in response to Ozzy's spouse getting Ozzy's bassist and drummer from his solo band in 2002 (Robert Trujillo and Mike Borodin) to record note for note to replace Daisley's and Kerslake's tracks for a rerelease of those two albums. 

The Living Loud album was recorded in Florida in 2003 and also featured Steve Morse (Deep Purple, Dixie Dregs, Kansas, solo) on guitar, Jimmy Barnes (solo/Cold Chisel) on vocals and Don Airey (Deep Purple, Rainbow, Blizzard Of Ozz, Gary Moore, etc) on keys.   

The album was released in 2004.  They wrote 5 new songs to accompany the six Blizzard Of Ozz tunes

1.     "Last Chance"   
2.   "I Don't Know"
3.   "Every Moment A Lifetime"   
4.   "Crazy Train"
5.   "In the Name of God"   
6.   "Flying High Again"   
7.   "Pushed Me Too Hard"
8.   "Mr Crowley"
9.   "Tonight"   
10.   "Walk Away"
11.   "Over the Mountain"   

During a Deep Purple tour of Australia in 2004, they performed two concerts, the second of which was recorded for a live video and audio release.

In The Name Of God

Crazy Train

Gimme Some Lovin

Over The Mountain

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Re: Living Loud
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2018, 05:44:52 PM »
They sound good together always liked Kerslake
(Uriah Heep) and Morse and Airey