Monday’s Hors d’Oeuvres: Poor Ol’ Ozzy

When I watched Ozzy Osbourne’s reality show in the early part of this decade, I couldn’t look at the former Black Sabbath frontman without feeling sad. As happy-go-lucky as MTV tried to make The Osbournes, it was clear Double O was having a hard time dealing with years and years of drug & alcohol addiction, an incredibly dysfunctional family and the price of fame.

A new documentary entitled Wreckage of My Past promises a honest look at Ozzy’s career with the blessing of the whole Osbourne crew. From the looks of the newly released trailer, this won’t be a happy film. But it’s a story worth telling. Wreckage of My Past is due for release early next year.

Let’s take a quick look at six other stories of interest this afternoon…

Finally, Nate Chien of the New York Times caught last week’s Marco Benevento Tri/Bad Plus double bill at Merkin Hall and does a great job comparing and contrasting the two somewhat similar avant-garde jazz acts.

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  2. alexb Reply

    nice graphics!

  3. Ryan D Reply

    I pitched in to help save Paste too. I love that magazine.

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