Music Audios and Videos

Music audios and videos for Randy Meisner are on pages throughout this website. This page is the entire collection of those…plus more. You can cross reference most of the music audios and videos on this page to the original post it’s attached to. Just click on a linked song title below to see photos, newspaper articles, etc. There are only a few audios and videos on this page that do not yet link to an individual post.

Some of the audios and videos below are full concerts, like the Houston Summit and Seattle Kingdome, etc.

The Podcasts and interviews with Randy Meisner page contains the audios and videos of Randy speaking.

Livestreams:

Richie Furay Livestream (the first Back Porch Session)
Aug. 27, 2020

Randy appeared (remotely) from his home in Studio City on the Buffalo Springfield song, “For What It’s Worth”

Richie Furay Livestream (the second Back Porch Session)
Oct. 30, 2020

Randy appeared (remotely) from his home in Studio City on the Poco song, “Pickin’ Up the Pieces”


Dynamics/Drivin’ Dynamics:

Drivin’ Dynamics – “Do You Wanna Dance”
Randy Meisner on lead vocal
1963

Drivin’ Dynamics – “Hurt Me”
Larry Soto on lead vocal
1965

Drivin’ Dynamics – “Kansas City”
Randy Meisner on lead vocal
1962

Drivin’ Dynamics – “So Fine”
Randy Meisner on lead vocal
1965

Drivin’ Dynamics – “You Send Me”
Larry Soto on lead vocal
1962


Soul Survivors/The Poor:

The Poor – “Come Back Baby”
From the Help the Poor album –
1967

The Poor – “Study In Motion #1”
Hells Angels on Wheels (original motion picture soundtrack)
1967

The Poor – Ironside TV Show
“Price Tag: Death” – Season 2, Episode 8
Nov. 7, 1968

The Poor – Name of the Game TV show
“Pineapple Rose” Episode (Don Stroud acts as the singer) – Season 1, Episode 14
Aired Dec. 20, 1968

The Poor – Name of the Game TV show
“Shine On, Shine On, Jesse Gil” – Season 1, Episode 7
Aired Nov. 1, 1968


Poco/Poco Legacy:

Poco Legacy – “Call It Love”
Rusty Young on lead vocal
Arsenio Hall Show
Oct. 4, 1989

Poco Legacy – “Call It Love”
Rusty Young on lead vocal
Tonight Show with Johnny Carson
Nov. 17, 1989

Poco Legacy – “Call It Love”
Rusty Young on lead vocal
Holland Countdown TV show
Oct. 24, 1989

Poco Legacy – “Call It Love”
Rusty Young on lead vocal
Official video

Poco Legacy – “Crazy Love”
Rusty Young on lead vocal
Holland
1989

Poco Legacy – “Follow Your Dreams”
Jim Messina on lead vocal
The Bottom Line in Nagoya, Japan
Oct. 21, 1990

Poco Legacy – “Nature of Love”
Randy Meisner on lead vocal
The Bottom Line in Nagoya, Japan
Oct. 21, 1990

Poco Legacy – “Nature of Love”
Randy Meisner on lead vocal
Official video

Poco Legacy – “Nothin’ To Hide”
Randy Meisner on lead vocal
Official video

Poco Legacy – “Nothin’ To Hide”
Randy Meisner on lead vocal
Tonight Show with Jay Leno
Jan. 22, 1990

Poco Legacy – “Rough Edges”
Randy Meisner on lead vocal
The Bottom Line in Nagoya, Japan
According to the setlist, they opened the Bottom Line show with this song.
Oct. 21, 1990

Poco Legacy – “Rough Edges”
Randy Meisner on lead vocal
Official video

Poco Legacy – “Take It To the Limit”
Randy Meisner on lead vocal
The Bottom Line in Nagoya, Japan
Oct. 21, 1990

Poco Legacy – “Take It To the Limit”
VH1 Special narrated by Rusty Young – Randy sings “Take It To the Limit” at the end of this video

Poco Legacy – Medley of songs
Farm Aid at Hoosier Dome (Indianapolis)
Apr-7, 1990


Rick Nelson & the Stone Canyon Band:

Rick Nelson & Stone Canyon Band – “Come On In”
In Concert The Troubadour album
Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 1969

Rick Nelson & Stone Canyon Band – “Hello Mary Lou, Goodbye Heart”
In Concert The Troubadour album
Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 1969

Rick Nelson & Stone Canyon Band – “I’m Walkin'”
In Concert The Troubadour album
Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 1969

Rick Nelson & Stone Canyon Band – Easy To Be Free film
Footage from performances at the Troubadour, The Cellar Door, The Bitter End, and JD’s


Eagles:

Eagles – “Already Gone”
Cal Jam
Apr. 6, 1974

Eagles “Already Gone”
Live at the Forum
Oct. 1976

Eagles – “Already Gone”
Saturday Night Live With Howard Cosell
TV show on ABC
Sept. 27, 1975

Eagles – “Best of My Love”
Jerry Brown Benefit at Capital Centre
May 14, 1976

Eagles – “Desperado”
Central Park filming for Good Vibrations TV show special
Aug. 1-2, 1973

Eagles – “Funk #49”
Jerry Brown Benefit at Capital Centre
May 14, 1976

Eagles – “Funk #49”
Live at the Forum
Oct. 1976

Eagles – “Good Day In Hell”
Live at the Forum
Oct. 1976

Eagles – “Hotel California”
Live at the Forum
Oct. 1976

Eagles – “Hotel California”
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Jan. 12, 1998

Eagles – “Hotel California”
Randy’s isolated bass

Eagles – “James Dean”
Cal Jam
Apr. 6, 1974

Eagles – “James Dean”
Jerry Brown Benefit at Capital Centre
May 14, 1976

Eagles – “James Dean”
Live at the Forum
Oct. 1976

Eagles – “Midnight Flyer”
Cal Jam
Apr. 6, 1974

Eagles – “New Kid in Town”
Live at the Forum
Oct. 1976

Eagles ‘ “One of These Nights”
From One of These Nights album
June 10, 1975

Eagles – “Seven Bridges Road”
From the History of the Eagles documentary
2013

Eagles – “Take It Easy”
Cal Jam
Randy and Glenn always look at each other during the standing-on-a-corner verse. It became their tradition from the beginning.
Apr. 6, 1974

Eagles – “Take It Easy”
Central Park filming for Good Vibrations TV show special
Aug. 1-2, 1973

Eagles – “Take It Easy”
Jerry Brown Benefit at Capital Centre
May 14, 1976

Eagles – “Take It Easy”
Live at the Forum
Oct. 1976

Eagles – “Take It Easy”
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Jan. 12, 1998

Eagles – “Take It To the Limit”
Live at the Forum
Oct. 1976

Eagles – “Tequilla Sunrise”
Short segment from Helen Reddy Show which aired July 12, 1973

Eagles – “Too Many Hands”
From One of These Nights album
June 10, 1975

Eagles – “Tryin”
Central Park filming for Good Vibrations TV show special
Aug. 1-2, 1973

Eagles – “Witchy Woman”
Live at the Forum
Oct. 1976

Eagles – Legacy box set promo video
2018

Eagles – “BBC In Concert” TV show in London
(“Train Leaves Here This Morning”, “Saturday Night”, “Peaceful Easy Feeling”, “Certain Kind of Fool”, “Earlybird”, “Witchy Woman”, “Take It Easy”)
Recorded Mar. 20, 1973 and aired Apr. 5, 1973

Eagles – “BBC In Concert” TV show in London
Audio version which includes the encore song of “Out of Control”
(“Train Leaves Here This Morning”, “Saturday Night”, “Peaceful Easy Feeling”, “Certain Kind of Fool”, “Earlybird”, “Witchy Woman”, “Take It Easy”, “Out of Control”)
Recorded Mar. 20, 1973 and aired Apt. 5, 1973

Eagles – Cal Jam full concert
(“James Dean”, “Already Gone”, “Take It Easy”, “Blackberry Blossom”, “Midnight Flyer”)
The skydivers are in the air during “Blackberry Blossom”.
Apr. 6, 1974

Eagles – Central Park filming for Good Vibrations TV show special
This includes banter between the songs on stage. It is not the complete show and cuts off after “Tryin” begins.
Aug. 1-2, 1973

Eagles – Don Kirschner’s Rock Concert
Full concert with guests Linda Ronstadt and Jackson Browne
(“Peaceful Easy Feeling”, “Already Gone”, “Silver Threads and Golden Needles”, “Desperado”, “Good Day in Hell”, “Midnight Flyer”, “Twenty-One”, “Looking Into You”, “Doolin Dalton”, “Doolin Dalton/Desperado Reprise”, “James Dean”, “It Doesn’t Matter Anymore”, “Ol’ ’55”, “Your Bright Baby Blues”, “Take It Easy”)

As usual, Glenn and Randy have their tradition of looking at each other while singing the “standing on a corner” verse in “Take It Easy”.
1974

Eagles – Houston Summit full concert
Extra-long intro to “Witchy Woman” and the extra verse to “Tequila Sunrise”
(“Hotel California”, “Lyin’ Eyes”, “Wasted Time”, “Take It To the Limit”, “Desperado”, “Midnight Flyer”, “Turn to Stone”, “Already Gone”, “One of These Nights”, “Funk #49”, “Good Day in Hell”, “Rocky Mountain Way”, “Witchy Woman”, “James Dean”, “Best of My Love”, “Walk Away”, “Tequila Sunrise”)
Nov. 6, 1976

Eagles – Jerry Brown Benefit in Landover, MD
Capital Centre full audio concert
May 14, 1976

Eagles – Popgala Festival in Voorburg, Netherlands
(“Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies”, “Take It Easy”, “Tequila Sunrise”, “Saturday Night”, “Peaceful Easy Feeling”, “How Long”, “Certain Kind of Fool”, “Outlaw Man”, “Out of Control”, “Witchy Woman”, “Tryin'”, “Earlybird”)
Mar. 10, 1973

Eagles – Seattle Kingdome full concert
Extra-long intro to “Witchy Woman”
(“Take It Easy”, “Outlaw Man”, “Doolin Dalton”, “Turn to Stone”, “Seven Bridges Road”, “Lyin’ Eyes”, “Take It To the Limit”, “Desperado”, “Midnight Flyer”, “Already Gone”, “One of These Nights”, “Funk #49”, “Good Day in Hell”, “Witchy Woman”, “James Dean”)
There are several glitches in this video, particularly with “Take It To the Limit”. The first half of that song is missing.
Aug. 6, 1976


Solo/Silverados:

Solo – “Bad Man”
From self-titled Randy Meisner 1978 solo album
June 1, 1978

Solo – “Every Other Day”
From self-titled Randy Meisner 1978 solo album
June 1, 1978

Solo – “Gotta Get Away”
Nick’s Uptown Theatre in Dallas
Dec. 1, 1982

Solo – Hearts On Fire
Therese Heston and the Silverados on the Fridays TV show
Michael Richards (aka Kramer on Seinfeld) introduced Randy Meisner as Rick Miser.
Feb. 27, 1981

Solo – “Hearts On Fire”
Nick’s Uptown Theatre in Dallas
Dec. 1, 1982

Solo – “I Really Want You Here Tonight”
From self-titled Randy Meisner 1978 solo album
June 1, 1978

Solo – “Never Been In Love”
From self-titled Randy Meisner 1982 solo album
Aug. 1982

Solo – “One More Song”
From One More Song album
Oct. 1980

Solo – “Playin’ In the Deep End”
Nick’s Uptown Theatre in Dallas
Dec. 1, 1982

Solo – “Take It To the Limit”
Nick’s Uptown Theatre in Dallas
Dec. 1, 1982

Solo – “Take It To the Limit”
Ojai Day with Roger Varian
Oct. 9, 1993

Solo – “Take It To the Limit”
From self-titled Randy Meisner 1978 solo album
June 1, 1978

Solo – “Take It To the Limit” with Richard Marx
A 70s Celebration: The Beat Is Back
NBC TV Special
Nov. 16, 1993

Solo – “Too Many Hands”
Nick’s Uptown Theatre in Dallas
Dec. 1, 1982

Solo – “Take It To the Limit”
Richard Marx MTV Special with Richard, Randy, and Timothy
1988

Solo – “Try and Love Again”
Nick’s Uptown Theatre in Dallas
Dec. 1, 1982


Open Secret/Roberts Meisner Band:

Roberts Meisner Band – “Take It To the Limit”
Randy Meisner on lead vocal
Nashville Now TV Show with Ralph Emery
Nov. 9, 1988

Roberts Meisner Band – “You Are the Woman”
Rick Roberts on lead vocal
Nashville Now TV Show with Ralph Emery
Nov. 9, 1988


Meisner, Swan & Rich:

Meisner, Swan & Rich – Meet & Greet at the Palomino Club
June 30, 1995

Meisner, Swan & Rich – “Take It To the Limit” at the Palomino Club
June 30, 1995

Meisner, Swan & Rich – “Try and Love Again” at the Palomino Club
June 30, 1995

Meisner, Swan & Rich
Wise Guys in Pasadena, CA full concert
Apr. 2, 1994


World Classic Rockers:

World Classic Rockers – Fred Walecki Benefit
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
The beginning of this audio starts off with Randy singing “Peaceful Easy Feeling” and “Take It To the Limit”.
Aug. 8-9, 2000

World Classic Rockers – Fred Walecki Benefit
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
Randy sings “Already Gone” and “Take It To the Limit”.
Aug. 8-9, 2000


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