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 Post subject: The songs Brad Gillis played with Ozzy in 1982
PostPosted: Sun Mar 22, 2009 10:09 pm 
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Here are the songs Brad Gillis played live with Ozzy Osbourne from April 13th 1982 - December 20th 1982


'I Don't Know' 1982

'Mr Crowley' 1982

'Crazy Train' 1982

'Revelation' (Mother Earth) 1982

'Steal Away' (The night) 1982

'No Bone Movies' 1982 (at the Japanese shows only)

'Suicide Solution' 1982

'Goodbye To Romance' 1982

'The Band Jam' 1982

'Over the Mountain' 1982

'Flying High Again' 1982

'Believer' 1982




Black Sabbath tunes played by Brad whilst with Ozzy Osbourne

'Iron Man' April 13th - December 20th 1982
'Children Of The Grave' April 13th - December 20th 1982
'Paranoid' April 13th - December 20th 1982

'Sweet Leaf' September 26th -Decenber 20th 1982

'War Pigs' September 26 & 27th 1982
'Faries wear Boots' September 26 & 27th 1982
'Black Sabbath' September 26 & 27th 1982
'N.I.B' September 26 & 27th 1982
'Never Say Die' September 26 & 27th 1982
'Sabbath Bloody Sabbath' September 26 & 27th 1982
'The Wizard' September 26 & 27th 1982
'Snowblind' September 26 & 27th 1982
'Symptom Of The Universe' September 26 & 27th 1982

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Nice work Ian!
It's good to see that the other guitarplayers Ozzy had are not forgotten either here. :)
When listen back to the old recordings Brad did a fantastic job really!

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Cheers for this list Ian.
Keep up the good work, well researched.

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I don't think I have ever heard Brad do NO BONE MOVIES is there any boots of this?

Sometimes my memory is thin but I didn't recall they went to Japan with Brad. That's cool.

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verrryy great
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'No Bone Movies' 1982 (at the Japanese shows only)

No Bone Movies at the Japanese shows if any one finds this it is a gold mine and extremly rare

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I'm new to this site. Funny story is my mom used to date Brad Gillis, and still keeps in contact with him...although infrequently. Randy Rhoads is the most influential musician for myself. I was not even born yet when he died. Brad did a decent job with what he was given, but I really just wish that was never the case. I can't help but think how much more of an influence RR would have been had he been able to write more music.

This past week I visited Los Angeles, I'm from Northern California. I decided to make the drive from where we were staying to San Bernardino, Mtn. View Cemetery. It was a bittersweet day. I was happy to be able to visit, but the reality hit me that such a legend was gone, right beneath the ground where I stood. I left my favorite guitar pick and got a few pictures and left. I hope that next month Ozzy and Sharon can share some of these 'lost videos' with their fans. It's tragic that there's such a small amount of footage of Randy playing live.


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