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Certains ne le savent pas forcement, mais Ozzy est un grand fan des Beatles et de Paul McCartney.
A l'occasion d'une interview pour la promo de son nouvel album, il ne rate pas l'occasion de parler de Macca.
Q. Your latest album, “Scream,’’ has gotten good reviews from critics and feedback from fans. At this point, does that sort of thing matter to you?
A. I don’t think I’ve met anybody in the recording industry that goes “well I’m Paul McCartney or Mick Jagger or whatever, I’ve had a great career and I made some great records but now I’m going to go and make a pile of [expletive].’’ It’s just impossible. Everybody that makes a record wants it to be bigger than the last, but sometimes it works and some times it don’t. I consider myself very lucky to be a survivor.
Q. The new album has some standout tracks, in particular “Life Won’t Wait’’ . . .
A. My youngest boy, Jack, is like, “[Expletive] that song’s amazing!’’ And I’m asking, “Do you think so?’’ Because anything away from the grinding, heavy metal thing, I’m somewhat shy on, which has sparked a thing in my head. My ambition, one day, not in the near future, is I’d like to form . . . have you heard that Paul McCartney album “The Fireman’’?
A. It’s so un-Paul McCartney that it’s brilliant. The freedom of that album, the vibe of that album, it’s kind of U2-ish at parts but I admire him for him doing that and that’s what I’d love to do some day. I have the name but I’m not going to tell you. That album is so well [expletive] done. When you think of “Silly Love Songs,’’ which is a great pop song, and then you hear that bluesy track [on ‘The Fireman’] it’s [expletive] brilliant.
Il a raison, le dernier Fireman est énorme .
- Disque d'Or
Localisation : St-Etienne
Album de Macca Préféré : Back To The Egg, Ram On, Chaos And Creation In The Backyard, Memory Almost Full, Band On The Run
Date d'inscription : 12/12/2009
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