Synopsis by Nathan Southern
Living Loud assembled in late 2003 as the brainchild of Ozzy Osbourneproducer and guitarist Bob Daisley. A hard rock supergroup, with members Daisley, Bob Airey, Jimmy Barnes, Lee Kerslake, and Steve Morse, its original intent centered around reworking tracks from Osbourne's EPs Diary of a Madman and Blizzard of Ozz -- and supplementing that material with similar numbers done in the same vein. In Living Loud Live: Debut Live Concert, the group's first official concert film, the band plays "Pushed Me Too Hard," "Over the Mountain," "Last Chance," "Every Moment a Lifetime," "Flying High Again," "Gimme Some Lovin'," "Walk Away," "Good Time," " "Tonight," "Crazy Train," "I Don't Know," "In the Name of God," and "Mr. Crowley."