© 2007 WMG My Father's Eyes (Live Video Version)
Dire Straits - Sultans of swing
Want to receive our latest video feat. Roger Ridley for free? Subscribe to our free newsletter: http://bit.ly/PFCnewsletter Our heroes and soul brothers, Roger Ridley and Grandpa Elliott, return for this Song Around The World, "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay," featured on our PFC 2 album. I once asked Roger why with such a powerful voice like his he was singing on the streets, he replied, "I am in the joy business, I come out here to be with the people." Roger and Grandpa have brought so much joy to the life of millions and today we are blessed to see them reunited again. We all shine on and Roger's light is as bright as the sun!! -Mark Johnson, PFC Co-Founder JOIN THE MOVEMENT Subscribe to our newsletter: http://bit.ly/1x9CAfJ Join us as a YouTube Member here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCn25nZ12HEZq_w_m_1DmbbA/sponsor GET SOCIAL https://www.facebook.com/PlayingForChange https://twitter.com/playing4change http://instagram.com/playing4change Playing For Change (PFC) is a movement created to inspire and connect the world through music, born from the shared belief that music has the power to break down boundaries and overcome distances between people. The primary focus of PFC is to record and film musicians performing in their natural environments and combine their talents and cultural power in innovative videos called Songs Around The World. Creating these videos motivated PFC to form the Playing For Change Band—a tangible, traveling representation of its mission, featuring musicians met along their journey; and establish the Playing For Change Foundation—a separate 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to building music and art schools for children around the world. Through these efforts, Playing For Change aims to create hope and inspiration for the future of our planet. To learn more about the work of the PFC Foundation, visit http://www.playingforchange.org
Live in NYC 1988 Delicate Sounds of Thunder Pink Floyd - " On The Turning Away " / Wish You Were Here first live album by Pink Floyd which was recorded over five nights at the Nassau Coliseum on Long Island, New York in August 1988 and mixed at Abbey Road Studios in September 1988. David Gilmour – guitars, console steel guitar, lead vocals Nick Mason – drums, percussion, vocal sample on "One of These Days" Richard Wright – keyboards, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Time" & "Comfortably Numb" Jon Carin – keyboards, programming, backing vocals, Rachel Fury – backing vocals Durga McBroom – backing vocals Scott Page – saxophones Guy Pratt – bass guitar, backing vocals, co-lead vocals on "Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2)" and "Run Like Hell" Tim Renwick – guitars, backing vocals Margaret Taylor – backing vocals (also known as Machan Taylor) Gary Wallis – percussion, additional keyboards on "Comfortably Numb" Production David Hewitt Remote Recording Engineer Doug Sax – mastering David Gleeson – assistant engineering Buford Jones – engineering Dimo Safari – band photography Storm Thorgerson and Nick Marchant – cover design and graphics
Se trata de la interpretación que hace un grupo de amíguetes, de la canción My Sweet Lord de George Harrison . Este concierto fue en su homenaje, dos años después de su muerte. En la guitarra acústica Eric Clapton, en la guitarra eléctrica el mismísimo hijo de George Harrison, al piano Paul McCartney, en la primera batería Ringo Star, en la segunda batería Phill Collins, en la segunda guitarra eléctrica Tom Petty, al órgano e interpretando la primera voz el increíble Billy Preston. Entre las vocalistas del coro esta Linda Eastman esposa de Paul McCartney, estuvieron presentes también en ese concierto: Bob Dylan, Ravi Shankar, Jethro Tull y un numero de amigos y contemporáneos de los Beatles, así como todo el grupo 'The Cream' de Eric Clapton. Todos un poco canosos, pelones, gorditos, arrugados, pero ellos encarnan lo mejor de lo mejor, lo mas representativo de los 70's.
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Carlos Santana - Live at Montreux Jazz Festival - 2011
Edit: after viewing a lot of comments saying it's because he lost his 5 year old son, it's actually his 4 YEAR OLD son, just to clear that up "Then, on 20 March 1991, Conor, who was four years of age, died when he fell from the 53rd-story window of his mother's friend's New York City apartment, landing on the roof of an adjacent four-story building. Clapton's grief was expressed in the song "Tears in Heaven"," ~Peach Enjoy, rate, comment~
Live in Berlin, 2002.
...live in Dortmund 1992... Composer : Elton John, Bernie Taupin This song is Elton John cover The Band : Sax,Keyboards - Deric Dyer Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals - John Miles Keyboards - Chris Stainton Bass Guitar - Warren McRae Guitar - Phil Grande Drums - Dan Hickey Vocals - Maxine Sharp Vocals - Cydney Davis Lyrics : What have I got to do to make you love me What have I got to do to make you care What do I do when lightning strikes me And I wake to find that you're not there What do I do to make you want me What have I got to do to be heard What do I say when it's all over And sorry seems to be the hardest word It's sad, so sad It's a sad, sad situation And it's getting more and more absurd It's sad, so sad Why can't we talk it over Oh it seems to me That sorry seems to be the hardest word What do I do to make you love me What have I got to do to be heard What do I do when lightning strikes me What have I got to do What have I got to do When sorry seems to be the hardest word