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  1. Ward One: Along the Way is the debut studio album by former Black Sabbath and English heavy metal drummer Bill Ward. Originally released January 10, 1990, it features a wide array of guest musicians, including then-former Black Sabbath band member Ozzy Osbourne .

    • Heavy Metal
  2. Bill has shelved his plans to re-release his first album, “Ward One: Along the Way”. At this point, the only way to obtain it would be on Ebay, or at a used CD store. The last track on the album has a 2 second sound byte from “Paranoid”. Ozzy Osbourne sings on two tracks (#3 & #7).

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  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Ward One : Along The Way" on Discogs.

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    • CD, Album, Unofficial Release
    • Russia
    • Rock
  4. Ward One: Along the Way is the debut studio album by former Black Sabbath and English heavy metal drummer Bill Ward. Originally released January 10, 1990, it features a wide array of guest musicians, including then-former Black Sabbath band member Ozzy Osbourne.

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  5. 26. Nov. 2012 · Bill’s speedy little drum pattern propels the song forward, all punctuated with an oddball guitar solo by Richard Ward (any relation?). While the album is loaded with great tracks, it closes with one of the best, “Along the Way”, followed by Bill’s haunting “goodbye”.

  6. Two different covers exist (three if you include the 2008 reissue version titled Living Naked). The regular one is shown here. Package design (also cover concept): Paregrfx. A promo video was made for 'Bombers (Can Open Bomb Bays)'. Recording information: Recorded at The Village Recorder, Take One, Front Page, & Studio on Wheels. Mastered at ...

  7. The 1990 release from the deep-thinking drummer includes a host of noteworthy guests, including Ozzy Osbourne, Zakk Wylde, and Jack Bruce. Two tracks from _Ward One: Along the Way_, "Bombers (Can Open Bomb Bays)" and "Jack's Land", come closest to pounding a Sabbath-like assault. Beyond the pair of heavy numbers, the remainder of the lavish and ...