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Re: Now that's scary
Nah, it makes sense that it would be Bolton. In 1979,
Bolton had not yet begun to inflict MOR blue-eyed
pabulum on the masses at the level to which he was
guilty later, and very probably still considered
himself to be a rockin' dude. Even after his ascent to
the public ear, he was still sportin' the 'do for a
few years, albeit mulletified for commercial
viability. His approach to vocals/stage presence
(testosterone angst, the straining for notes as if
severely constipated, the throbbing forehead veins
that one could virtually HEAR in his vocal delivery)
very likely had roots of a more metallic sort. I think
he even wrote songs with Paul Stanley of Kiss.
The part that came as a surprise to me is that Bolton,
Ozzy and/or Sabbath have/had a connection to looping.
I mean, they MUST, since we're discussing them here,
--- "L. Angulo" <email@example.com> wrote:
> wasn't it Barry Manilow?
> --- Per Boysen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > On May 5, 2005, at 11:41, samba - wrote:
> > > When Ozzy Osbourne left Black Sabbath in 1979,
> > Michael Bolton was
> > > considered a possible replacement.
> > WHAT!? That sounds very strange. Are you sure?
> > Greetings from Sweden
> > Per Boysen
> > ---
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