Ozzy Osbourne’s “Mama, I’m Coming Home” Is Reimagined On A Harp-Guitar And It’s Mesmerizing

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Ozzy Osbourne’s “Mama, I’m Coming Home” Is Reimagined On A Harp-Guitar And It’s Mesmerizing | I Love Classic Rock Videos

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A Timeless Song Taken To The Next Level!

When you think of Ozzy Osbourne’s music, you may not necessarily think of stripped down acoustic ballads, will you? That being said, in my opinion, one of the things that makes so many of Ozzy Osbourne’s songs great is that they actually can be stripped down to just acoustic guitar and voice. In fact, that’s how most great rock songs can be measured.

YouTuber Jamie Dupuis is one of the leading authorities in taking iconic rock songs and transforming them into harp-guitar masterpieces. What makes these videos of his great is that when he does reimagine these songs in this way, it shows just how each song can easily be recreated into a hypnotic instrumental.

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What you’re about to watch is a video in which the aforementioned Jamie Dupuis uses his harp-guitar to cover Ozzy Osbourne’s hit “Mama, I’m Coming Home” in a way that is truly breathtaking. In other words, Ozzy Osbourne would be proud. See for yourself!

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