Crazy Train: LIVE Randy Rhoads: HQ - After Hours TV show





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Published on Mar 19, 2012

Filmed in a small TV studio in Rochester, New York during the Spring 1981 Blizzard of Ozz U.S. Tour. The 4 songs taped that night are the best live footage of Randy Rhoads available. Randy Rhoads LIVE: I Don't Know 1981 -Enhanced 2014 http://youtu.be/J5wMqsHDrgo
Randy Rhoads LIVE: Mr Crowley 1981 - Enhanced 2014 http://youtu.be/hDCK_yyzoh8
Randy Rhoads LIVE: Suicide Solution 1981 - Enhanced 2014 http://youtu.be/KfEvkeR5qmo

The following videos have interviews with Steve Vai, Lemmy, Nikki Sixx, Ozzy and others talking about Randy:
Story of Blizzard Band Part 1 HQ http://youtu.be/i-Y9jQfX4uw
Story of Blizzard Band Part 2 HQ: http://youtu.be/F0uL24dOGEc
Story of Blizzard Band Part 3 HQ : http://youtu.be/FbfriPhEdpw
Story of Blizzard Band HQ part 4 HQ: http://youtu.be/3iSpfT2YxaA

The mission of this channel is purely educational: everything is FREE with NO ADVERTISING.
The Free Guitar Lessons are shown in a playlist on our You Tube channel's main page.

Learn Crazy Train the way Randy played it: Free lesson in 1080p HD http://youtu.be/rNaEdrUJmhs

Again, ALL of the Guitar Lessons and everything else on our channel are FREE for educational use.
We do not allow any advertising, no one has sponsored anything related to this channel, and the videos are provided for educational use only.

Our channel is: NON-PROFIT, 100% FREE, NO ADVERTISING, ZERO REVENUE, EDUCATIONAL resource providing instructional videos that teach how to play electric guitar. We intend to encourage children to play music and have no interest in making money for anything related to this project. Most lessons will focus on electric guitars with amplifiers and at least one video will teach techniques for playing steel string acoustic guitars with a pick.

If you want to see all of the videos/interviews in their entirety: the complete unedited documentary, interviews, music videos, vinyl records, CDs, and DVD are all contained in the Ozzy 30 year anniversary box set: "30 years after the Blizzard", which is available for purchase online using these links:
There is an excellent documentary from a different source released in 2013 on DVD called "Randy Rhoads: The Quiet Riot Years".
Our educational channel focuses on Randy's time in the Blizzard of Ozz band from 1979 to 1982.
Blizzard of Ozz and Diary of a Madman were written and recorded by Randy Rhoads, Bob Daisley, Lee Kerslake, and Ozzy with help on keyboards from Don Airey. The touring band for Blizzard of Ozz in the U.S. was Ozzy, Randy, Rudy Sarzo on bass, Tommy Aldridge on drums, and Lindsey Bridgewater on keys. The Diary of a Madman tour began with the lineup of Ozzy, Randy, Sarzo, Aldridge, and Don Airey.

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