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as Mötley Crüe of an evening in 1984 on it and turned to put Mick Mars in front of the door, step by the then Ozzy Osbourne bassist Bob Daisley.

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as Mötley Crüe of one evening in 1984 on it and turned to put Mick Mars in front of the door, step by the time Ozzy Osbourne -Bassist Bob Daisley.

37 years ago, Mick Mars was about to fly out at Mötley Crüe . This has betrayed the altgestient bassist Bob Daisley ( Ozzy Osbourne , Rainbow , Uriah Heep , Gary Moore ) in a current conversation with "The Metal Voice" from Canada (see video below). According to his statement, however, Daisley convinced the Glammetallers to keep Mick Mars in the band.

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Unnecessary Repair

So Bob remembers an evening in 1984, when Mötley Crüe was on tour as Support Act with Ozzy Osbourne. "This night after the show, Mick went to our bus together with Ozzy, and I'm over to her bus. And they just had a meeting. They planned to get rid of Mick and get another guitarist. And they asked me about my opinion. So I said, 'Well, if you want to hear my mind, I personally believe you should not try to fix something that is not broken. I have previously seen it with Lee Kerslake near Blizzard of Ozz. You have a chemistry, you have a functioning unit. Mick Mars is part of it.

does not break it. This is my opinion. Just do not make it. 'And I think I've saved Mick's head on this evening, because they were getting serious about engaging anyone else. Mick was good for Mötley Crüe. He was part of the sound, part of her performance. It would have been like the attempt to replace ringo rigid at the Beatles with John Bonham [ LED Zeppelin ] or Ginger Baker [Cream, Blind Faith] or someone technically brilliant. That would just not work. So I said, 'Let it like it. It is not broken. Listen to it, try to repair it. 'So you let it be, and it worked. Mick was a few years older than you. And you would not call Mick as a virtuoso, but he was great for the band. "

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These travelers are stranded over restrictions tied to the Omicron variant .
When Mick Sturla left for vacation to South Africa, he had no idea his eight-day stay at a safari lodge would turn into a mad dash to get back home to the United Kingdom and involve sleeping in a rental car underneath an airport terminal due to new and evolving restrictions tied to the Omicron coronavirus variant. © Courtesy Movin Jain The closed check-in counters Jain and his family encountered upon arrival at O.R. Tambo International Airport. Mick, 73, and his wife Jan, 73, flew 11 hours from Heathrow Airport November 21 directly to O.R.

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