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New Trailer From RANDY RHOADS Documentary Features Behind-The-Scenes Look At The Making Of Blizzard Of Ozz

Rhoads describes his early days with Ozzy in new teaser clip

A new teaser clip from the documentary Randy Rhoads: Reflections of a Guitar Icon is available now, and features audio recordings of Rhoads discussing the early days of making Ozzy’s solo debut, Blizzard of Ozz

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“When I first met Ozzy, there was no band yet,” says Rhoads in a recorded voiceover, “So, I was staying at his house, and he and I would knock ideas around. And then we met Bob (Daisley, bassist), and the three of us—while we were auditioning for a drummer—we just started messing around with riffs and ideas.”

As reported earlier, the film will hit VOD platforms this Friday, and features commentary from OsbourneEddie Van Halen, Kirk HammettDweezil ZappaGeorge Lynch, and many more, including Rhoads mother, Delores Rhoads.

Rhoads was only 25-years-old when the small plane he was flying in at Flying Baron Estates in Leesburg, Florida struck Osbourne's tour bus, then crashed into a mansion, killing Rhoads instantly. He played on Osbourne’s seminal albums Blizzard Of Ozz and Diary Of A Madman, and helped launch Ozzy back into the limelight with classic tracks such as “Crazy Train” and “I Don’t Know”

The 90-minute feature film was directed by Andre Relis and is narrated by L.A. Guns guitarist Tracii GunsRelis spent his formative years immersed in the California music scene. He co-directed the 2016 feature documentary NWA & Eazy E: Kings of Compton, and will be one of the leading producers of the Lemmy Kilmister biopic slated to shoot in 2022.

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