Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by jds22, Jul 11, 2019.
No comment necessary, just enjoy.
Pretty sure she tried forcing me into her oven when I was a kid.
He's one of those drummers that to me never quite looks relaxed behind the kit....and still lays it down like a mofo.
Got to see him with Pat Travers on the Crash and Burn tour when I was a teenager. The dude is a badass!
He took Black Oak Arkansas to another level, if that's possible? Great hair.
Saw him with Whitesnake the last few tours & with Uncle Ted about a decade ago.
Dude's an animal.
If you're a fan he was on Dean Delray's Let There Be Rock podcast. Pretty good interview.
Don't believe I've ever seen him on a 4-piece kit. Cool!
I did not know that.
I've considered going to see Whitesnake just to see Tommy again. On the WS tours I did go to, I'm not sure when it dawned on me that I was seeing the Blizzard of Ozz [touring] rhythm section.
Some mistake Aldridge as the drummer on Diary of a Madman as his pic in LP sleeve.
But, it was Lee Kerslake on the first two solo records w/ Rhoads, Daisley, Airey.
Tommy very much a double bass guy, Kerslake was not.
Amazing the level of fitness Tommy has maintained, but think the Pat Travers/Thrall era my fave. Didn't not enjoy Tommy's short-lived period w/ Gary Moore (Dirty Fingers, Live at the Marquee); time just didn't seem solid.
Drummer on one of the all time best live albums ever release - 'Go For What You Know' w Pat Travers Band. Monster.
Speaking of Daisley:
SHARON OSBOURNE Says BOB DAISLEY Is A 'Sad Old F**k' Who 'Can't Get Over The Fact' That He Was Fired From OZZY's Band
He's looked the exactly the same since 1983. LOL!
Whatever is inside of him he's tryng real hard to get it out...
Perhaps, but by most accounts he wrote much of the lyrics & contributed to arrangements. Not much doubt those first two records (and recording band) the best of Ozzy.
My brother in law played bass in a band from Chicago called D Thumbs along with Tommy after his stint in BOA.
Ian Paice was a much better fit for Gary's band. Having said that,
T.A.'s a beast of a drummer.