U2 Window in the Skies Music Videos

U2’s track “Window in the Skies”, released on the 18 album, and due to be released as a single on January 11, has been featured in a music video of edited footage of other performers. The song includes references to the Make Poverty History campaign, with lines like “all debts are removed”, and “Can’t you see what our love has done”. The music video includes footage of a wide range of performers ranging from The Who to Beyonce, alongside footage of African children.

U2 Window in the Skies child


Click on the image below to play the Modernista version of the Window in the Skies video in YouTube (HD)

Filming for Window in the Skies was directed by Gary Koepke, one of the founding partners in advertising agency Modernista!. Fresh footage largely consisted of crowd scenes at the Corner Hotel in Richmond, Melbourne, in which 300 lucky fans got to groove with Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen.

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U2 - U218 Singles (International Version) - Window In the Skies


See if you can help fill in the gaps or correct the errors in this list, by leaving a comment below.

Who’s in Window in the Skies

0.12 Frank Zappa
0.14 Hands on the piano
0.16 Billie Holiday
0.17 Simon and Garfunkel
0.18 Roy Orbison
0.19 P J Harvey
0.21 Ella Fitzgerald
0.22 Bob Marley
0.25 David Byrne’s white shoe from Stop Making Sense
0.27 Looking into grass
0.30 Double bass player
0.31 Louis Armstrong
0.33 Drummer’s foot
0.35 Run DMC
0.37 David Bowie?
0.38 Rory Gallagher or Dave Grohl?
0.40 Guitars
0.42 Lou Reed
0.44 Frank Sinatra
0.46 Wilco
0.47 Kanye West?
0.49 Mick Jones (The Clash)
0.51 Nat King Cole
0.55 Paul Cook, Sex Pistols drummer?
0.56 Keith Moon on drums
0.57 Rolling Stones
0.58 Nina Simone
0.59 Bon Jovi?
0.60 Marvin Gaye
1.01 Janis Joplin
1.02 Temptations
1.05 Sharleen Spiteri, Texas
1.06 Elvis Costello
1.07 The Ramones
1.10 Jimi Hendrix?
1.12 Topless cymbal player John Bonham from Led Zeppelin with Guster
1.13 Krist Novoselic on bass (Nirvana)
1.15 Dave Grohl on drums (Nirvana)
1.16 Kurt Cobain (Nirvana)
1.18 Grass shots
1.23 Joe Strummer (The Clash)
1.24 Johnny Cash
1.26 Iggy Pop
1.28 Grass
1.31 Radiohead (Thom Yorke)
1.34 Mary J. Blige
1.36 Jane’s Addiction
1.37 Elvis Presley
1.39 Guitarist
1.40 Al Green
1.43 Morrisey
1.44 Beck
1.45 Beyonce?
1.47 Elton John
1.48 The Police
1.49 Run DMC?
1.50 Wu Tang Klan
1.51 Sharon Corr or Arcade Fire?
1.52 Beck?
1.53 The Temptations
1.54 Jack White
1.55 Meg White
1.57 Funkadelic
1.58 Kurt Cobain jumping
1.59 Nuclear explosion
2.06 Black and white crowd footage
2.07 Colour crowd footage
2.08 Drummer
2.10 Outside crowd footage
2.11 Bono in crowd?
2.12 Charles Mingus
2.13 Bass guitar player
2.15 Drummer hits cymbals Pete Doherty?
2.20 Keith Richards
2.22 Jimi Hendrix
2.23 Black and white concert
2.34 Grass footage
2.25 Lenny Kravitz?
2.28 Female singer?
2.29 Couples embrace
2.31 Chrissie Hynde
2.32 Alicia Keys
2.33 Ray Charles
2.34 Little Richard
2.35 Clash
2.36 John Bonham on drums (Led Zeppelin)
2.37 Smokey Robinson
2.38 Keith Moon
2.41 David Bowie
2.42 Billie Holiday
2.43 Smokey Robinson
2.44 ????
2.46 Elvis Presley
2.49 Robert Plant
2.51 Vladimir Horowitz
2.54 Ronnie Spector
2.56 dancing feet
2.58 Bare feet on stage
2.59 Bonham on drums
3.00 arm twirling band (Stars and Stripes)
3.02 Queen
3.03 Queen
3.04 Newport Jazz Festival
3.05 Black & White crowd footage
3.06 Rappers
3.07 Crowd footage
3.09 Guy in white trousers
3.10 David Byrne (Talking Heads)
3.12 White suit Chuck D from Public Enemy?
3.14 Chuck D claps hands with…
3.16 Flava Flav
3.21 Crowd
3.22 Jerry Lee Lewis
3.27 U2 in crowd
3.29 ???
3.30 Jay-Z
3.32 Crowd
3.35 Patti Smith
3.36 Apollo Sunshine
3.37 Steview Wonder on drums
3.38 Footage from Africa from When We Were Kings
3.43 Novoselic?
3.44 People walking
3.48 lead guitar – Prince?
3.49 The Edge in the audience
3.51 Bass player
3.52 Adam in the audience
3.57 African footage from The Constant Gardener
4.00 Red poppies
4.03 Frank Sinatra

U2 Window in the Skies Single at Amazon.com

Window in the Skies DVD at Amazon.co.uk

Credits

Modernista! director/executive creative director/art director Gary Koepke worked with art director Nathan Naylor, director of broadcast Charles Wolford, associate producer Joyce Chen, production assistant Alejandra Ravassa, business affairs manager Jeff Estow, editors David Brodie and Max Koepke, assistant editor Julian Wadsworth.

Post production at The Mill, New York, was done by creative director Angus Kneale, producers Verity Grantham and Dan Roberts, and lead Flame artist Dan Williams. The art team included flame artists Dirk Greene, Richard de Carteret, Westley Sarokin, Gavin Wellsman, Mark French, Aska Otagke, Cole Schreiber, Smoke artists Jeff Robins and Tristian Wade, Combustion artists Jeanette Willford, Anu Nagaraj and Winston Lee, Telecine artists Fergus McCall and Sal Malfitano, support artists Gigi Ng and Mary Casey, 3D animators Ben Smith, Pete Hamilton, Kevin Ives, Jin Choi, Emily Meger and Wyatt Seavarese.

“It was a highly collaborative process” said Mill Creative Director Angus Kneale. The Mill New York assembled one of the more unique workflow environments for the project. Two editorial workstations were integrated into the Flame suite. Dan Williams along with a sizeable team at The Mill New York integrated all the footage and carefully finessed the lip-sync to match the lyrics. It was important to maintain the magic of the spot by producing mouths that felt natural and unaffected. A range of techniques were used, mostly simple time warps and speed changes. In some rare cases, complex mouth manipulations were performed in order to achieve the required sync. It was important that the work generated did not detract from the integrity of the video. In addition to the seamless effects work, the theme of light and red was used to tie everything together. Extra light effects were added to emphasize the melody of the piece and give the images their own rhythm.

Window In the Skies (Modernista Version) – U2 on iTunes

Nexus Version of the Music Video

Window in the Skies has been released in a second music video using photography from U2’s recent biographical book, U2 By U2. It’s known as the Nexus Version, directed by Jonas Odell, Film Tecknarna and Nexus Productions, with producer Lisa Möller, music producer Rick Rubin and production manager Isobel Conroy.

Click on the image below to play the Alternate Window in the Skies Music video in YouTube (HD)

U2 By U2 at Amazon.com

Window In the Skies (Nexus Version) – U2 on iTunes

Lyrics for Window in the Skies

Aaah, Aaah,
Ooh ooh…

The shackles are undone
The bullets quit the gun
The heat thats in the sun
Will keep us when there’s none

The rule has been disproved
The stone has been moved
The grain is now a groove
All debts are removed, ooh

Oh can’t you see what our love has done
Oh can’t you see what our love has done
Oh can’t you see what our love has done
What it’s doing to me

Love makes strange enemies
Makes love when love may please
Soul in a strip tease
Hate brought to its knees

Sky over our head
Can reach it from our bed
If you let me in your heart
And out of my head

Oh can’t you see what our love has done
[ these lyrics found on http://www.completealbumlyrics.com ]
Oh can’t you see what our love has done
Oh can’t you see what our love has done
What it’s doing to me

Oh oh oh hhhhhhhhhhh
Oh oh oh hhhhhhhhhhh
Please don’t ever let me out of here

I’ve got no shame
oh no oh no

Oh can’t you see what love has done
Oh can’t you see
Oh can’t you see what love has done
What it’s doing to me

Oh I know I hurt you and I made you cry
Did everything but murder but you and I
But love left a window in the skies
And to love I rhapsodize

Oh can’t you see what love has done to every broken heart
Oh can’t you see what love has done for every heart that cries
Love left a window in the skies
And to love I rhapsodize

Oh can’t you see?

  • http://craigmitchell.typepad.com/ Craig Mitchell

    no 3 is billie holiday

  • Andrew Fox

    .37 David Bowie
    .38 Rory Gallagher???
    .59 Sam Cooke
    1.01 Janis Joplin???
    1.02 The Smiths/Morrissey
    2.34 Smokey Robinson
    2.54 Ronnie Spector
    3.20 Jay-Z

  • Andrew Fox

    Sorry…Jay-Z is at 3.30 (not Kanye West).

  • Nick A

    .37 is not David Bowie – I can’t place who it is.

    here are other corrections/additions:

    .49 Mick Jones (The Clash)
    1.13-1.17 – Nirvana
    1.23 Joe Strummer (The Clash)
    1.26 Iggy Pop
    1.34 Mary J. Blige
    1.36 Jane’s Addiction
    1.52 Beck
    1.57 Sly and the Family Stone ?
    2.20 Keith Richards

  • Dave Johnson

    Is 3.29 the MC5?

  • Erik Solden

    I think it IS David Bowie at 0.37.
    At 0.46 Also the Temptations?
    At 0.59 I think I recognize Sammy Davis jr.
    1.48 Coldplay?

  • criweb

    2.56 dancing feet We think is James Brown …

  • faith

    2.12 double bass player is charles mingus
    3.43 again novoselic??

  • KatelynJo

    0.25 the white shoe is actually David Byrne (Talking Heads) at the very beginning of “Stop Making Sense’s” when he is performing ‘Psycho Killer’

  • Aaron

    Better still, what song is each singing during their clip?

  • nn

    2:00 kurt cobain jumping

  • Arthur G.

    “African footage” on 3.57 are from “The Constant Gardener” (Meirelles, 2005)

  • clashed

    3.36 Accoustic guitar beard = apollo sunshine

    i still think 0.19 = pj harvey, which makes more sense for a u2 video than bjork

  • clashed

    0.25 white shoe = talking heads
    0.35 (not listed) = run dmc
    0.46 = wilco
    1.04 = temptations
    1.05 = yeah yeah yeahs not texas

  • mdm

    Does anyone knows which video is the “looking into grass” at 0:29 and 1.28 comes from?

  • Karlo

    I think part of the ‘African footage’ at the end comes from one of Bob Marley’s videos.

  • http://www.pumphouse.blogspot.com Rob H

    Is it Kurt Cobain right at the start before Frank Zappa
    Is it Bjork or PJ Harvey at 0.19 ???
    0.25 I agree about David B from Talking Heads
    0.38 Dave Grohl ??
    Is 0.55 from the Sex Pistols ??
    Is 0.57 George Harrison ??
    Is 1.48 The Police ??
    Is 2.43 Caruso ??
    Is 3: 36 The Band ??
    Is 3.48 Nirvana

    I’ll need to watch again a few times!!

  • gillies24

    3:02/3:03 i believe is Queen…with Freddie holding up the mic over his head.

  • http://www.finnenrock.de Max

    0.58, listed here as “White Band” are non less but The Rolling Stones
    1.48 most definitely are The Police. See Stewarts trademark left hand with “reversed” stick?
    On 3.03 The short shilouette of the band is Queen with Freddie raising the mic stand with both hands.
    Nice video.

  • Beatleandy

    1:33 Almost certainly Paul McCartney

  • William Turner-Prize

    4:00 – that’s red tulips rather than poppies

  • fer

    2:20 is George Harrison not Keith Richards!!

  • William Turner-Prize

    2:37 and 2:43 is Smokey Robinson

  • William Turner-Prize

    0:42 is NOT Arlo Guthrie but Lou Reed: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4be4Az5BM-c

  • AKROA

    3:09 FELA KUTI

  • Daz D’Amour

    0.38 is not Grohl or Novoselic – I’m positive it’s Angus Young from AC/DC

  • chris

    2.15 – Dresden dolls, not Pete Doherty
    0.19 – Bjork

  • http://lipiridis.blogspot.com Lipis

    Hi there…
    I put this list on wikipedia.. I hope you don’t mind..

    Window In The Skies

  • Agu666

    It’s Ozzy Osbourne after Marvin Gaye and before Temptations(~1.01). Footage is from 1970 Paris concert.

  • Philip

    for me at 2.25 is Lenny Kravitz

  • MustacheMike

    Vanilla Ice isn’t in here (thankfully). I think it’s someone else from Public Enemy at 3:12. John Bonham from Les Zep is at 1:12 followed by Guster. The violinist at 1:51 is from the Arcade Fire and I don’t think that’s Beck at 1:52

  • MustacheMike

    1:57 is actually Funkadelic.

  • S.J

    1.51 Sharon Corr?

  • PM

    0:59 looks like Jon Bon Jovi to me
    0:19 is 100% Bjork with the white dress

  • domingus

    3.14 guy in white trainig suite is chuck D after that he claps hands with flavour flave

  • Hey there are some big mistakes here

    The first girl is definitely not PJ Harvey, it’s Bjork at Coachella, google that and you’ll see her dress.

    The violinist and the cymbal hitter are both from the band Arcade Fire, also Coachella footage.

    The guy in the white suit is Chuck D NOT Vanilla Ice (Obviously)

    And the woman with the black arm band and red shirt is not whoever from Texas but Karen O from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

  • Sebastiaan

    Like the guy before me said, that is NOT Vanilla Ice (I mean, come on, do you really think he’ll be added into a music video portraying great musicians?). I am positive that it is Public Enemy’s Chuck D. You can see in the background their logo, the black and white crosshair.

    I have to disagree, I think that is Shirleen Spiteri of Texas. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs have been around for a few years without any real big succes, Texas had worldwide hitsingles.

    That’s Kanye West.

    And that’s Björk alright.

  • Kristin

    Just to add my own two cents re: some corrections:

    2.57 dancing feet belong to James Brown

    3.03 is The Who (see Pete Townsend’s stance on right)

    3.06 is Jackie Wilson with the red streak (I also believe he is the one dancing on stage at 1.01, not Sammy Davis)

    3.22 isn’t Jerry Lee Lewis. it’s Simply Red.

    1.40 isn’t Al Green. i’m not sure who it is offhand, but it’s not Al Green

  • viki

    1.05 is not sharleen unfortunetly – it can’t be: she doesn’t wear that kind of gloves (glittens ??), and she usually doesn’t sing with that kind of mic – unlike the singer of the yeah yeah yeahs – so there you go (i’m sad it’s not texas though)

  • http://epo.blogspot.com Ñepo

    I double checked everyhting, and corrected the mistakes, add some details, etc. There you go…

    0.13 Frank Zappa
    0.16 Hands on piano
    0.17 Billie Holiday
    0.19 Simon & Garfunkel
    0.20 Roy Orbison
    0.21 Björk
    0.22 Ella Fitzgerald
    0.23 Bob Marley
    0.26 David Byrne’s white shoe (Stop Making Sense)
    0.27 Looking into grass
    0.31 Double bass player
    0.32 Louis Armstrong
    0.35 Drummer’s foot
    0.37 Run-D.M.C.
    0.38 David Bowie
    0.40 Rory Gallagher / Dave Grohl / Angus Young (AC/DC) (?)
    0.42 Guitars
    0.44 Lou Reed
    0.45 Frank Sinatra
    0.48 John Stiratt (Wilco)
    0.49 Kanye West
    0.50 Mick Jones (The Clash)
    0.52 Nat King Cole
    0.56 Paul Cook (Sex Pistols)
    0.57 Keith Moon (The Who)
    0.59 The Rolling Stones / George Harrison (?)
    0.59 Nina Simone
    1.01 Sam Cooke
    1.02 Marvin Gaye
    1.03 Ozzie Osbourne
    1.04 The Temptations
    1.06 Sharleen Spiteri (Texas)
    1.06 Elvis Costello
    1.09 The Ramones
    1.12 Jimi Hendrix (?)
    1.13 Topless cymbal player John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)
    1.14 Krist Novoselic (Nirvana)
    1.16 Dave Grohl (Nirvana)
    1.18 Kurt Cobain (Nirvana)
    1.20 Grass shots
    1.25 Joe Strummer (The Clash)
    1.26 Johnny Cash
    1.27 Iggy Pop
    1.29 Grass shots
    1.33 Thom Yorke (Radiohead) / Paul McCartney (?)
    1.36 Mary J. Blige
    1.37 Perry Farrel (Jane’s Addiction)
    1.38 Elvis Presley
    1.39 Guitarist
    1.41 Al Green
    1.45 Morrisey
    1.46 Beck (?)
    1.45 Beyoncé Knowles (?)
    1.48 Elton John
    1.49 The Police
    1.50 Wu-Tang Klan
    1.53 Arcade Fire
    1.54 Beck (?)
    1.55 The Temptations
    1.56 Jack White (The White Stripes)
    1.57 Meg White (The White Stripes)
    1.59 Funkadelic
    2.00 Kurt Cobain jumping
    2.01 Nuclear explosion
    2.07 Black and white crowd footage
    2.08 Colour crowd footage
    2.09 Drummer (?)
    2.10 Outside crowd footage
    2.13 Bono in crowd
    2.14 Charles Mingus
    2.13 Bass guitar player (?)
    2.15 Drummer hits cymbals (?)
    2.22 Keith Richards / George Harrison (?)
    2.23 Jimi Hendrix
    2.24 Black & white concert
    2.27 Lenny Kravitz
    2.34 Grass footage
    2.29 Carrie-Anne Moss in crowd (?)
    2.29 Couples embrace
    2.33 Chrissie Hynde (The Pretenders)
    2.33 Alicia Keys
    2.34 Ray Charles
    2.35 Little Richard / Smokey Robinson (?)
    2.37 The Clash
    2.36 John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)
    2.39 Smokey Robinson
    2.40 Keith Moon
    2.43 David Bowie
    2.44 Billie Holiday
    2.45 (?)
    2.46 Smokey Robinson
    2.47 Elvis Presley
    2.50 (?)
    2.51 Robert Plant
    2.52 Vladimir Horowitz
    2.55 Ronnie Spector (The Ronettes)
    2.57 James Brown’s dancing feet (?)
    2.59 Bare feet on stage
    3.00 John Bonham
    3.00 Arm twirling band with U.S. flag
    3.03 Queen
    3.04 Black & white crowd footage
    3.05 “Newport Jazz Festival”
    3.07 Rappers
    3.07 Crowd footage
    3.10 Fela Kuti
    3.12 David Byrne (Talking Heads)
    3.13 Chuck D (Public Enemy)
    3.16 (?)
    3.14 Chuck D claps hands with Flavour Flave
    3.22 Crowd
    3.23 Jerry Lee Lewis
    3.27 Crowd
    3.28 Bono in crowd
    3.30 Crowd
    3.32 Jay-Z
    3.33 Crowd
    3.35 Patti Smith
    3.38 Apollo Sunshine (see Mexican “sombrero”)
    3.39 Stevie Wonder
    3.39 Footage from Africa
    3.44 Krist Novoselic (?)
    3.44 People running
    3.49 Prince / Nirvana (?)
    3.50 The Edge in crowd
    3.52 Bass player
    3.53 Adam Clayton in crowd
    2.57 The Edge in crowd
    3.58 African footage (The Constant Gardener)
    4.00 Red tulips
    4.05 Frank Sinatra

  • Llosef

    Somebody could confirm “3.39 Footage from Africa” is from When We Were Kings – The true story of the Rumble in the Jungle (Best feature Documentary EVER !!!!)

  • Llosef

    And about “2.22 Keith Richards / George Harrison (?)” please have a look here

  • alex

    I’think it’s
    1.39 Guitarist is part Dire Straits

    Greetings

  • Kosta

    0:35 – drummer’s foot – that’s John Henry Bonham from Led Zeppelin playing the Mobydick

  • Dav_id

    1.33 is so thom yorke. A, macca hans’t been that thin in years and has only had that kind of hair since he has been old and B, the Beatles didn’t give clearance until after the video was made (see Washington Post article) likewise for 2:20. Thats Keef. Pause it when he looks down, u can just imagine his gnarled nose and old features. George was hot when he was young…and old.
    and this is the first place i’ve read where anyone has suggested it is Texas. It has been yeah yeah yeahs from day one from what i’ve heard…t hat’s my 2 cents anyway.

  • Josh Ombac

    2.20 is George Harrison

  • luis-gastav

    1.05 definately yeah yeah yeahs. she looks right and shes dressed right karen o.
    3.22 can’t be simply red – look at the crowd: A. their dressed about 40 years out of date, B. just look how much fun they’re having. plus why would it be b&w?
    0.19 doesn’t quite look like bjork to me
    i’m impressed with those of you who can identify people’s feet!

  • George

    Time: Updated Artist Footage Clips from “Window in the Skies”

    0.12 Frank Zappa

    0.14 Unidentified hands on the piano

    0.16 Billie Holiday

    0.17 Simon and Garfunkel

    0.18 Roy Orbison

    0.19 P. J. Harvey

    0.21 Ella Fitzgerald

    0.22 Bob Marley

    0.25 David Byrne’s white shoe from Stop Making Sense

    0.30 Unidentified double bass player

    0.31 Louis Armstrong

    0.33 Unidentified drummer’s foot

    0.35 Unlaced Adidas Shoe (most likely intended to represent RUN-DMC)

    0.37 David Bowie

    0.38 Rory Gallagher or Dave Grohl (disputed)

    0.40 Unidentified Guitars

    0.42 Lou Reed

    0.44 Frank Sinatra

    0.46 John Stirratt (from Wilco)

    0.47 Kanye West

    0.49 Mick Jones (The Clash)

    0.51 Nat King Cole

    0.55 Paul Cook (Sex Pistols)

    0.56 Keith Moon (The Who)

    0.57 Rolling Stones

    0.58 Nina Simone

    0.59 Jackie Wilson

    0.60 Marvin Gaye

    1.01 Janis Joplin or Meat Loaf (disputed)

    1.02 The Temptations

    1.05 Sharleen Spiteri (Texas)

    1.06 Elvis Costello

    1.07 The Ramones

    1.10 Jimi Hendrix

    1.12 John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)

    1.13 Krist Novoselic (Nirvana)

    1.15 Dave Grohl (Nirvana)

    1.16 Kurt Cobain (Nirvana)

    1.23 Joe Strummer (The Clash)

    1.24 Johnny Cash

    1.26 Iggy Pop

    1.31 Thom Yorke (Radiohead)

    1.34 Mary J. Blige

    1.36 Jane’s Addiction

    1.37 Elvis Presley

    1.39 Unidentified Guitarist

    1.40 Al Green (extremely disputed)

    1.43 Morrissey

    1.44 Beck

    1.45 Beyonce

    1.47 Elton John

    1.48 The Police (blurry, but you can see Stewart Copeland clearly)

    1.49 Unidentified Rappers

    1.51 Arcade Fire (disputed)

    1.52 Beck

    1.53 The Temptations

    1.54 Jack White

    1.55 Meg White

    1.57 Bootsy Collins (Parliament or Funkadelic)

    1.58 Kurt Cobain (Nirvana)

    2:04 Larry Mullen Jr. (in the audience)

    2.08 Unidentified Drummer

    2.11 Bono (in the audience)

    2.12 Charles Mingus

    2.13 Unidentified bass guitar player

    2.15 Pete Doherty smashes cymbals (The Libertines) (disputed)

    2.20 Keith Richards (Rolling Stones)

    2.22 Jimi Hendrix

    2.25 Lenny Kravitz (disputed) (meant to resemble Bob Dylan?)

    2.31 Chrissie Hynde (The Pretenders)

    2.32 Alicia Keys

    2.33 Ray Charles

    2.34 Little Richard

    2.35 The Clash

    2.36 John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)

    2.37 Smokey Robinson

    2.38 Keith Moon (The Who)

    2.41 David Bowie

    2.42 Billie Holiday

    2.43 Smokey Robinson

    2.46 Elvis Presley

    2.49 Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin)

    2.51 Vladimir Horowitz

    2:56 Ronnie Spector (The Ronettes)

    2:58 Unidentified bare feet on stage

    2.59 John Bonham (Led Zeppelin)

    3.00 Queen arm-twirling (Disputed)

    3.02 Queen on smoky stage (Disputed)

    3.04 Unidientifed performer at Newport Jazz Festival

    3.06 Beastie Boys

    3.09 Fela Kuti

    3.10 David Byrne (Talking Heads)

    3.12 Chuck D (Public Enemy)

    3.14 Old Elvis (disputed)

    3.16 Flavor Flav high-fiving Chuck D (Public Enemy)

    3.22 Jerry Lee Lewis

    3.27 U2 in crowd

    3.30 Jay-Z

    3.35 Patti Smith

    3.36 Apollo Sunshine

    3.37 Stevie Wonder

    3.38 Footage from When We Were Kings

    3.43 Krist Novoselic (Nirvana) (disputed)

    3.48 Prince’s fingers on lead guitar (disputed)

    3.49 The Edge (in the audience)

    3.51 Unidentified Bass player

    3.52 Adam Clayton (in the audience)

    3.57 Footage from The Constant Gardener, or When We Were Kings (disputed)

    4.03 Frank Sinatra

  • Dav_id

    How is it still PJ Harvey? As ‘Hey there are some big mistakes here’ pointed out, google the image and u will see very very clearly that it is bjork. and why is pj harvey more likely? in my opinion, bjork has been more of a progressive musician than pj, even if pj is awesome.

  • jpgarnham

    2.51 I think it’s Claudio Arrau rather Vladimir Horowitz