Who here thought that an Ozzy Osbourne song would sound good played on bagpipes? The talented and beautiful Ally the Piper proves that with the right arrangement, it can definitely work. Her cover of the 1980 hit Crazy Train is as solid as any we’ve heard. And if you’ve ever wanted to know how bagpipes work, Ally is here to help.
Awesome Ozzy Osbourne
Musician Joe Porter is back with another round of covers performed on unexpected percussion instruments. Crank up the volume for Ozzy Osbourne’s Crazy Train on slapaphone, Nirvana’s Smells Like Teen Spirit on marimba, Dick Dale’s Misirilou on hammer dulcimer, and Rush’s YYZ on drums and a hammered synth controller.
Imagine for a moment that The Beach Boys hired Ozzy Osbourne as their lead vocalist. Now click play on this video and imagine no longer. DJ Cummerbund’s unlikely mashup combines Ozzy’s earnest track Mama, I’m Coming Home with the California surf sounds of Fun, Fun, Fun.
Rock out with an orchestral medley of Ozzy Osbourne music as performed by Epic Symphonic Rock. It’s quite a novelty to hear tracks like Perry Mason, Crazy Train, Bark at the Moon, and No More Tears played on the violin, cello, oboe, marimba, and other symphonic instruments.
Inspired by their plans to go see Joker – and the passing train outside the window, Puddles the clown and his pal, guitarist RL Martin decided to record a little impromptu session – an awesomely stripped-down acoustic cover of Ozzy Osbourne’s 1980 rock classic Crazy Train.
If there’s one thing we learned from watching every episode of Hell on Wheels, it’s that the wild west really did have a crazy train that went off the rails. All Aboaaaard! for Samurai Guitarist’s cover of Ozzy Osbourne’s classic, with a spaghetti western twist.