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Bob Daisley

Australian bassist who performed with and wrote songs for Ozzy Osbourne, Uriah Heep, Gary Moore, and additional musicians. He increased to popularity as an associate of a English blues band known as Poultry Shack. Early in his profession, he co-founded a music group known as Kahvas Jute that released its 1st and only recording, WIDELY OPEN, in 1971. He performed with Uriah Heep on two albums: Mind Initial and Abominog. He was created in Sydney, Australia. In 2013, he released a memoir entitled For Details Sake. In the past due 1970s, Daisley, Ozzy Osbourne, and Randy Rhoads created a band known as The Blizzard of Ozz. Daisley later on sued Osbourne for not really spending him royalties using their joint performances.

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