Options The Dusty Show with Clay Pigeon: Playlist from September 10, 2009 Options

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Options September 10, 2009: A Look at 9/11 ... Eight Years Later

Listen to this show:

Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
 
Preamble
 
CNN report of first plane hitting tower
 
Janet and Brian from North Carolina
 
Angry Kiloton Nuclears
 
Bush at Ground Zero
 
Phil from England
 
Sky News report from the UK
 
Wilma from Rotterdam and accompanying facts!
 
Dutch Moment
 
Love from Wilma
 
Jersey Experience
 
CNN Update
 
Tallest building in Jersey
 
Bruce wraps it up
 
Ed and his wife from Jersey
 
Whitesnake Moment
 
Ed's Memories
 
Bush announces attack of Iraq
 
Ed wants America to wake up
Vienna State Opera Orchestra  The Star Spangled Banner   Options National Anthems of the World  Everest  1968?  LP  Our beautiful anthem. 
 
Rowe recounts her 9/11 experience
 
Live News Report 9/11
 
Homosassa
 
Sad and angry at THOSE people
 
Abu Ghraib
 
Harry John Roland - World Trade Center Man
 
Old WTC Ad
 
Harry's 9/11 experience
 
The 1993 bombing
 
Harry's nephew
 
Peter Jennings ABC report
Slipknot  Sulfur   Options All Hope Is Gone  Roadrunner/Nuclear Blast  2008  MP3  Iowa boys 
 
Mark from England
 
Tony Blair on London Terror Attack
LL Cool J  Mama Said Knock You Out   Options Mama Said Knock You Out  Columbia  1990  CD   
 
All Tomorrow's Parties Festival - September 11th-13th
 
Marvelette's Moment
 
Jay from the US Postal Service
 
Neither rain nor snow ...
 
Yes Moment (Siberian Khatru)
 
David from California
 
Flight 93 Air Control Transmissions
 
David's Warning
 
Eyewitness News Account
 
17 Friends
 
Sacred Ground
 
Sick Lady
 
The Black House
 
Ravages of Cancer
 
No Respirators Required
 
Jersey Cop
 
An overwhelming sense of helplessness
 
Clifton, NJ Police Department
 
Beautiful Day
 
A void of leadership
 
Larry from Grand Rapids, Michigan
 
Gerald Ford pardons Richard Nixon
 
Larry's Experience on 9/11
 
Giulliani on 9/11
 
Skeptical Man
 
Too many questions
 
The great falsity of friendship
 
Sleeping Cabbie
 
Live News Report 9/11
 
Escaping the 6th Century
 
How Love is to be Done
 
Pulverize Them!
 
Bush Speaks on 9/11
 
Geese from Holland
 
Focus on Focus and Golden Earring
 
Cyriel Havermans - I can NEVER remember
 
6,ooo Kilometer Gap
 
Steve Howe Workout
 
Geese Wisdom
 
Louise from England
 
England likes America
 
Louise sends Love
 
Clay sings Roger Miller
 
Doorman at WTC proto-museum
 
Jerry Falwell Moment
 
Obama from his Health Care Reform Address (9-10-09)
 
Freedom is worth fighting for
 
Patricia the Nurse
 
With every day comes a new strength
 
Scared for her life
 
Lingering Health Effects
 
A Call for E-MAIL ... I LOVE HEARING FROM YOU.

Dusty@wfmu.org

 
Evacuations - CNN Special Report
 
Visiting with Laird
 
Tears
 
Watching people jump
 
Many dislike the new design
 
Giulliani on Preparation
 
Still afraid of circling planes
 
Unloading Possessions
 
Expecting Obama Miracles
 
A big hole
 
Laird's Message
  Laird gave me an amazing postcard with a picture he took of the burning towers, He, like many I interviewed, came back to the moments of 9/11 and it was easy to see the pain was still there. Thank you, Laird, for the photo. It will be treasured.
Led Zeppelin  Stairway To Heaven   Options Zoso  Atlantic  1971  CD   
  Thanks for checking out the show. It is a touchy thing doing a 9/11 show, especially in the NYC area. I was discussing this with Station Manager Ken, who said that most DJ's are afraid to broach the subject. I think I might feel the same way had I actually lived in the city in '01 and had I witnessed the horrors that day. Perhaps living in Milwaukee at that time gave me and gives me a detachment that makes it possible. I hope that I haven't been insensitive to those who may still find the memory of 9/11 traumatic. I realize some of my sound effects are pretty graphic. I also want to note that I don't mean to maliciously lift other reporters interview material for The Dusty Show. In the future I will attempt to be more careful about notating my sample sources in show notes. I had never really considered the legality of it and thought of it more like an art project, creating audio collage from existing sources to add to my own creative content.

I hope that you didn't lose anyone in the 9/11 attacks. I hope that you have made your peace with events that day and that you and I can make it a point to spread love where we can and to make it a more peaceful world.

That's it for this week. Drop me a line if you find time,

dusty@wfmu.org

Until next time, take care ... and ...

always remember .........

CP


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