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    Lee Kerslake. He is was the first drummer for Ozzy and recorded both blizzard of Oz and diary of a madman although many think Tommy Aldridge was on diary of a madman which is not true.
    Lee Kerslake does the intro of "over the mountain".
    If you listen to some of his fills, he is very impressive.

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    Please see the rules for posting in this particular sub-forum and amend your post. Thx!
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    Lee Kerslake got known with Uriah Heep

    all the best...

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    Since no one wants to fix this:




    Name: Lee Kerslake
    Born 16 April 1947 in Winton, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England
    Main Style: Hard and progressive rock
    Main Band: Uriah Heep

    Played with bands such as Uriah Heep and on Ozzy Osbourne's first solo albums, Bizzard of Ozz and Diary of a Madman although he and bassist Bob Daisley were not credited.
    Last edited by Markadiddle; 04-27-2015 at 05:54 PM.
    Stolen from EddieV:
    Boom, ching, boom boom ching, fuggadugga fuggadugga fuggadugga crash. Rinse, Repeat ad-nauseum.

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    Come on Mark. You steal copy. Just look at your signature.
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    Nothing says 'tough' like a drummer with ducklings on his drums. Ha!

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    Lee Kerslake

    Uriah Heep: Gypsy

    Last edited by Olimpass; 04-27-2015 at 06:06 PM.

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    Thanks Markadiddle!
    - Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markadiddle View Post
    Since no one wants to fix this:




    Name: Lee Kerslake
    Born 16 April 1947 in Winton, Bournemouth, Hampshire, England
    Main Style: Hard and progressive rock
    Main Band: Uriah Heep

    Played with bands such as Uriah Heep and on Ozzy Osbourne's first solo albums, Bizzard of Ozz and Diary of a Madman although he and bassist Bob Daisley were not credited.
    Reminds me of Bonham in that pic
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