It’s been 34 years since virtuoso guitarist Randy Rhoads died in a plane crash, yet his legacy is stronger than ever today.
About Cam Maxwell
Given my passion for music, I wanted to share it with others who are into great rock and metal and share insight into the best bands, albums and songs.
A look at the world of rock & heavy metal with insight on some of the best-ever bands and albums. Look for stories about Metallica, Rolling Stones, Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden, Alice in Chains, Guns N Roses, Fleetwood Mac and more.
Visit my blog Rock 'N Roll Insight for more!
Entries by Cam Maxwell
Randy Rhoads’ time in the spotlight as Ozzy Osbourne’s guitarist was oh so brief, but in the two records he recorded with the former Black Sabbath frontman, Rhoads left an indelible impact.
It’s a long way back in time now, but the man who helped Ozzy Osbourne record two of the greatest albums in metal history still has a pretty good memory of how they were made back in the early 1980s.
Here’s our look at the five most underrated songs from all their studio albums, excluding 1982’s CODA.
There’s no question Led Zeppelin IV is one of the most iconic rock albums ever recorded.
What makes Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours album transcend into that musical stratosphere is the real emotion inherent behind the amazing harmonies and sound within the songs.
These songs are five of the best AC/DC recorded with the great Bon Scott on vocals and writing the lyrics.
With the recent passing of AC/DC’s founder, rhythm guitarist and primary songwriter, Malcolm Young, it’s a good time to look back on the band’s massive body of work and the riffs Malcolm came up with.
It’s not the hits we are looking at but the five of the most underrated tracks during the Johnson era featuring his distinct bluesy, raspy vocal style.