A new podcast from Dim Lights Thick Smoke Promotions featuring legendary bassist Bob Daisley is available for download in three parts: Part#1, Part#2, Part#3. Daisley talks about his early influences; holding the bottom with RAINBOW, URIAH HEEP and BLACK SABBATH; plus his first meeting with guitarist Randy Rhoads and "the truth" behind the making of OZZY OSBOURNE's "Blizzard of Ozz" and "Diary of a Madman".In May 2004, the Supreme Court refused to consider the appeal of Daisley and drummer Lee Kerslake, who sued OZZY OSBOURNE in 1998 seeking royalties for their work on albums "Blizzard of Ozz" and "Diary of a Madman". Los Angeles attorney Nate Kraut said his musician clients have been denied credit for writing songs that were being used in television commercials and during NFL games. "Their music is literally everywhere," he told justices in a filing. A California judge had dismissed the lawsuit that named Osbourne and his wife, as well as several music companies.
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