Former Black Sabbath vocalist Ozzy Osbourne, talked about his next studio album, an follow up to last album Ordinary Man, with his co-host Bill Morrison, in an episode of his radio program Ozzy Speaks on SiriusXM‘s Ozzy’s Boneyard.
Throughout the program, Osbourne and Morrison talked about Ozzy’s latest album Ordinary Man, and his new album. Unlike the name of his latest album, Osbourne stated that he got to work with many extraordinary people. He revealed that he had been working with producer Andrew Watt. The pair’s last work together was the Ordinary Man album.
According to Osbourne, working with Andrew Watt was easy, and communicating with each other made it easier for them to create. He says that they have got ‘like 13 or 14 really strong songs’ out of the album.
During the talk with Bill Morrison, the infamous musician reveals that he had written one of the songs with his wife Sharon. His wife and also his manager Sharon Osbourne co-wrote the song Patient Number Nine. His co-written song, in his words, is a ‘winner.’
Here is what Ozzy had said in his talk:
“[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.”
He also talks about how he feels about music after all these years. Here is what he says when asked if he still gets excited:
“Of course I get excited. It’s something that’s creative that I can get my head around. There’s 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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