PRIDE & GLORY: s.t CD 1st, original press 1994. Zakk Wylde’s Southern Heavy rock band. Ozzy Osbourne / Black Label Society. Check videos


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Pride & Glory = Studio album by Pride & Glory
Released: May 1, 1994
Recorded; 1994
Genre: Southern rock
Length: 74:41
Label: Geffen

Pride & Glory – Self Titled – GED24703 CD Album. Barcode Ref – 720642470329 CD disc visually checked and in excellent condition. All inserts – Front booklet and Rear insert are present and in excellent condition.

…PRIDE & GLORY is a new band featuring acclaimed 25-year-old guitar hero Zakk Wylde, who emerged from the wilds of South Jersey to join Ozzy Osbourne’s group at the age of 19.
…Wylde is accompanied by bassist James LoMenzo and drummer Brian Tichy in a power trio that combines the group’s influences, which range from the down-and-dirty, oozing swamp delta blues of The Allman Bros. Band and Lynyrd Skynyrd to the thudding rock of Black Sabbath.
…The band’s self titled album was produced by Rick Parashar (Pearl Jam, Blind Melon, Temple of the Dog) and features a wide array of sounds, including the hard-edged Southern boogie of “Losin” Your Mind,” the metal stomp of “Shine On,” the tender “Lovin* Woman” and “The Chosen One,” a heartfelt tribute by Wylde to his Dad.
…In his work with Ozzy, he co-wrote such hits as “Mama I’m Coming Home” and the title track to the 1991 platinum album, No More Tears.
…Wylde formed PRIDE & GLORY out of playing with the rhythm section of a band that opened for Ozzy, while on tour, doing covers of Southern rock classics at various clubs during off days. He wrote all the songs on the band’s debut and plays, among other instruments, a banjo, harp and mandolin.
…PRIDE & GLORY delivers American-made roots rock & roll that has one foot in the sky above and the other in the mud below. You can’t ask for much more than that.
℗ Geffen Records

Pride and Glory is Zakk Wyldes first self-fronted album. It has more of a Southern rock sound than Zakk Wyldes other albums incorporating the likes of banjo, harmonica and mandolin.
Upon its release, their one and only album was seen as an almost complete departure from the music Zakk was known for with Ozzy, but the albums dominant Southern rock sound proved to remain a prevalent influence on Zakks own music up to and including the debut Black Label Society album Sonic Brew. Zakks songwriting skills come to the forefront on the album; there is a great deal of variety and the songs themselves are very dynamic, with a very loose jam-band feel to a number of them, namely “Shine On” and “Toe’n The Line.”
Both “Losin’ Your Mind” and “Horse Called War” were released as promotional singles with accompanying music videos, whilst “Troubled Wine” was also released as a promo single but without a video.

All songs written by Zakk Wylde, except where noted.
“Losin’ Your Mind” – 5:28
“Horse Called War” – 5:00
“Shine On” – 6:44
“Lovin’ Woman” – 3:46
“Harvester of Pain” – 5:06
“The Chosen One” – 6:49
“Sweet Jesus” – 3:48
“Troubled Wine” – 5:39
“Machine Gun Man” – 4:56
“Cry Me A River” – 4:37
“Toe’n The Line” – 5:19
“Found A Friend” – 6:03
“Fadin’ Away” – 4:56
“Hate Your Guts” – 4:36

On the original 14-track single-disc Geffen prints of the album, the song “Found A Friend” was track 12 on the record. When it was reissued as a double disc set by Spitfire Records in 1999 the song was accidentally deleted off the album, although still listed on the sleeve.

Pride & Glory
Zakk Wylde lead and backing vocals, guitars, piano, mandolin, banjo, harmonica
James LoMenzo bass, backing vocals, double bass, twelve-string guitar on “Fadin’ Away”
Brian Tichy drums, percussion
Additional musicians:
Paul Buckmaster musical arrangements on “The Chosen One”, “Sweet Jesus”, and “Fadin’ Away”
Featuring the Seattle Symphony conducted by Paul Buckmaster

5.0 out of 5 stars The Best You Never Heard,
I had this album when I was a kid, the original Pride & Glory, and it really is one of the better southern rock’ albums out there (Downs NOLA comes to mind). After I lost I listened to the cassettes I recorded tracks onto, and did up until my last tape deck broke 2 years ago.
I can’t tell you about why the guitar is so amazing, it just is. I can’t explain how or why I feel the vocals are just right for the pace and beat.
I just hope you pick it up, cuz you’ll probably be listening to it 15 years later just like me.

5.0 out of 5 stars Zakk Wylde does Southern Rock,
This is the only album that Zakk Wylde, former guitarist for Ozzy, put out with his band Pride & Glory. It is Southern Rock at its finest, especially considering that Wylde was born in NJ. The songs rock and really show what an amazing artist Wylde really is and the range he is capable of. I highly recommend this album.

5.0 out of 5 stars Better Than your thinking,even better than that!,
This is a great collection of songs from Zakk . Yes this is not anything like BLS, but it shows the artistic awesomeness that is Zakk Wylde. I don’t know of another collection of songs that hits all the good stuff. So if your looking for a Metal BLS disk then this may not be it,but it is full of blues acoustic and everything that makes BLS what it is because there is lots of great guitar solos and … just get it it is greatness and a rare find. Its the beginning before there was “Zakk Wylde the guitar God” but you can tell there is greatness being polished.

ZAKK WYLDE Doesn’t Rule Out A PRIDE & GLORY Reunion

“We’re still all buddies, so there’s no reason why we couldn’t do it.”

In 1994, Pride & Glory released their one and only self-titled album. The band’s lineup was vocalist and guitarist Zakk Wylde (Ozzy OsbourneBlack Label Society), bassist James LoMenzo (Megadeth, ex-Black Label Society), and drummer Brian Tichy (The Dead Dasies, ex-Foreigner, ex-Billy Idol). The band broke up in 1994, reunited once in 1998, and that was that. In an interview with Eon MusicWylde was asked if he’s aware there’s still a very large fanbase for Pride & GloryWylde joked that nobody really cared about the project and that the trio had a blast recording it.


“Yeah, all eight people that enjoyed that album! I think it’s great, you know?! [laughing]. No, we had a great time making that record with Jamo and Father Brian over there, so no, it was a blast. We had a great time making that record, and the tour was fun on that thing, but sadly we ran our of beer funds, and that was the end. It was like, we had to go home.”

Wylde then said that there could potentially be another Pride & Glory record at some point considering the trio are still friends, or at least a reunion tour.

“Yeah, we could always do that. I mean, Jamo‘s playing with Megadeth now, Father Brian‘s with The Dead Daisies. Yeah, we’re still all buddies, so there’s no reason why we couldn’t do it. Just go up to the Vatican [studio], and we could even make another record, let alone, or just tour on the one that we did, you know what I mean? So yeah, we could always do that.”


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