Randy Rhoads Previously Unheard Recordings With Ozzy Go Online

 Bob Daisley published a selection of unheard clips featuring the late Randy Rhoads, recorded while they were memeber of Ozyy Osbourne's first post Black Sabbath outfit Blizzard of Ozz.

The tapes were made between December 1979 and March 1981, and offer a range of glimpses into the band's development, including the moment Rhoads received and first tried out his effects pedal board.

The bassist, who hopes one day to release what he calls his "Holy Grail" tapes, launched the clips to mark the 32nd anniversary of Rhoads' death - and he's also taken the opportunity to illustrate how hectic life was in the band, especially once manager Don Arden appointed his daughter Sharon as tour coordinator.


"I've got one show on tape, but it's not labelled so I'm not sure which gig it is," Daisley says on his website along with the music posts. "Sharon had only just arrived back from America before the tour began. Dates were being moved, added, pulled, postponed and rescheduled at short notice.

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