Packer Pub Music Videos
It's a long offseason...so here's some great live tunes from Cat Stevens,, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Lynyrd Skynyrd, etc...Hope you like it....
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A dozen or so songs.....Led Zep (Google keeps taking this one down)...Lynyrd Skynyrd in Oakland Coliseum before their deadly plane crash doing Free Bird, Queen in Wembley Stadium and Paul Simon with Ladysmith Black Mambazo in Zimbabwe...and Cat Stevens before he changed his name to Kareem Abdul Jabar...Click the big arrow in the center of the screen that you want to play...



If the first video doesn't work, Google keeps taking it down...gosh...Atlantic Records is missing out on 11 cents of residuals somewhere?  Maybe I should ask for a refund from them for the crappy pressings of the 3 copies of the same album that I had to buy back in the 70's before I got a decent one...Hmmm...   Sometimes you wonder why we have attorneys and bacteria on this planet...and do they differ? 




Stevie Wonder (age 23) in the studio 1973 recording "Superstition"..way kool

Below...Vintage Steely Dan in a rare public appearance..."Reelin in the Years"


                                                                



Steely Dan today (after reelin' in about 30 years)...doing "Peg"...great guitar solo 2 minutes in...

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I've seen your picture...
...I keep it with your letter
...and when you smile for the camera...
...it's your favorite foreign movie...Peg







                                                    Talking Heads:  "Life During Wartime"






                                              The Hollies:  "Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress"

                                                                                                
Free in 1970 doing "All Right Now"...Guitarist Paul Kossoff ended up dying at age 25 from drug indused heart failure on a plane from LA to New York...singer Paul Rogers and drummer Simon Kirke formed Bad Company with Mott the Hoople's guitarist Mick Ralphs...this is when they played in front of 600,000 on The Isle of White...

                                                                                                
Mott the Hoople doing David Bowie's song "All the Young Dudes" before guitarist Mick Ralphs left for Bad Company.  

                                                                                                
This is live in Oakland Coliseum with Skynyrd at the top of their game (unlike some pro team from Northeastern Wisconsin which will remain nameless). 



Man...look at all the babes...I was wondering where they all were back then.

With 2:56 left to go you'll see the chick who sat next to me in Stats class (yellow shirt & glasses)...you know..the only one who couldn't find a way to have a good time at a great concert....
Queen live before Freddie Mercury died.









































Paul Simon in Africa with the kickass band Kalahari and featuring exiled Hugh Masekela on the flugelhorn and cornet (of "I Can Dig It, She Can Dig It, He Can Dig It" fame from the 1960's song..."Grazin In The Grass").   Musicians of note...Miriam Makeba...Ray Phiri.....Ladysmith Black Mambazo

























Cat Stevens (his original name was Steven Demetre Georgiou) on his Earth Tour in 1976 before he... almost drowned after getting caught in a rip-tide off of Malibu while surfing...got off of drugs...changed his name again...to Yusuf Islam this time...became a Muslim and went underground...not picking up a guitar for over 20 years...only to emerge getting arrested as a suspected terrorist on an airplane after 9-11...



Video 1 has 2 songs

"Miles From Nowhere" (dedicated to the residents of Rhinelander, Wisconsin)

"Father & Son" (timeless song...for those of you born after 1970 and have no clue who this guy is...you have no clue...just kidding...the song is a conversation between a father & son...hence the name..."Father & Son")





Video 2
"Peace Train" (written during the Vietnam War..sung here after the war by a soon to be Muslim...hopefully this song can do it's magic by leading to peace in the Middle East, the end of Islamic Extremism...and the successful and peaceful conclusion to the War in Iraq)  Too bad a few extremists have hijacked a peacful culture and religion...Next week...."We Are The World".

 









Queen In Wembley Stadium
(a Viking fan favorite)








Paul Simon & Ladysmith Black Mambazo in Zimbabwe



If the front line can be Favre's bodyguard..then you won't have to call them Bettys... like last year...Below..."Diamonds on the Souls of Her Shoes"...great video...



Cat Stevens






 












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