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America's First Song For Inspiration After 9/11/01!

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 11-27-2015 10:51 PM

:idea: Daily Snopes is a huge web site and well visited about world wide urban legends. I plastered one there for all to read and reply. They had never heard of what I placed there and promoted for just one Snopes member who may have heard this. :? There was not a peep out of anyone saying they had heard it :!: :mrgreen:

Copy and paste this line into Google,........Pink Floyd George C. Scott Patton Run Like Hell this is my rifle...........see what comes up!

FYI I'll add this line tonight and it seldom works like I'd hoped it would .........

Comments? Questions? Or crickets? :crawl: :idea:

The link starts in the wrong place now and my snopes user name was Coal Glow Kidd, Evansville, IN.

Strangely this link DOES NOT start at the beginning but the beginning and page 1's entries are posted below in an edit on D-Day 2016! :cry:

http://msgboard.snopes.com/cgi-bin/ulti ... 001080;p=0


Now the first part of the board is here thanks to my old entry borrowed from Imaginative Worlds :D

:lol: In an edit actually on August 14 vs the 15th noted below: Here is the printable version with the "whole nine yards" archived at a very "liberal snopes". :P I heard snopes termed liberal two weeks ago on the Jim Bohannon Show.

http://msgboard.snopes.com/cgi-bin/ulti ... 5;t=001080


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Where were you when you heard this compilation? Run Like Hell from Pink Floyd's The Wall album was used by (Clear Channel Communications?)a radio network shortly after 9/11/01. A Southern Baptist fire and brimstone preacher gave a rousing sermon. A US Marine recited "This is my rifle". George C. Scott said in his first lines from Patton, " We'll grease our tank treads with their guts!" This was not played in the New York City area. A Staten Island friend of mine didn't hear it.
However Pink Floyd's 'The Dogs of War' and 'Run Like Hell' were repeated alot on radio there. It gave me chills to hear the inspireing compilation one time. To me this little played song gained urban legend status, but did anyone here,....hear it?

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I don't know about the veracity of this compilation, but I'd get chills too if I had to hear The Dogs of War more than once! IP: Logged | Report this post to a moderator

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I don't know about that one. Once, when I was in high school, a radio station was bought out and changed format. Before it changed hands, for a full week, all it played was the Funeral March, Pink Floyd's "Time", and "You Light Up My Life". Over and over and over. A whole week of three songs.

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quote:Originally posted by TrishDaDish:

I don't know about that one. Once, when I was in high school, a radio station was bought out and changed format. Before it changed hands, for a full week, all it played was the Funeral March, Pink Floyd's "Time", and "You Light Up My Life". Over and over and over. A whole week of three songs.

35 years ago a popular station had a fire. The only song played when they quickly got back on the air,...Ring of Fire, by Johnny Cash. This was for one day only that I remember. Three songs for a week? The tuner control worked wonders again on that week!

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quote:Originally posted by DoYourDuty:

I don't know about the veracity of this compiliation, but I'd get chills too if I had to hear The Dogs of War more than once!


Chills? The ten plus one tracks of A Momentary Lapse Of Reason were read on Coast to Coast AM right after America's momentary lapse of reason,...ing!

Pink Floyd has 9 letters and there are a total of 11 tracks in the 1986/87 album. No Urban Legend there,...and I wonder if Daily Snopes investigated that one? I'll have to look from time to time.

This is staying on page one without my help. I'll watch periodicly to assist in keeping it there. CGK

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Sorry to do this, but I'm reminded of that clasic episode of The Goodies where they open a pirate radio station and they only have one record... A Walk In The Black Forest

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I'll change it to,..played alot instead of over and over. This was noted from a friend who liked Pink Floyd. The American Blues singers Pink Anderson and Floyd Council's first names were chosen as the band's name by Syd Barrett. There have been many songs of inspiration since. If you heard this compilation please let me know.

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I honestly don't see how it could fit in with it, but Roger Waters said that he'll licence anything from "The Wall" out to people if its non profit or for charity. IP: Logged | Report this post to a moderator
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quote:I don't know about that one. Once, when I was in high school, a radio station was bought out and changed format. Before it changed hands, for a full week, all it played was the Funeral March, Pink Floyd's "Time", and "You Light Up My Life". Over and over and over. A whole week of three songs.

When I was in college, a classic rock station played "James Dean (too fast to live, too young to die, bye-bye)" all day. I don't know why they did it, but I couldn't get the blasted song out of my head.

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quote:Originally posted by Mr. Krinkle:
i honestly don't see how it could fit in with it, but Roger Waters said that he'll license anything from "The Wall" out to people if its non profit or for charity.



MK, On Pink Floyd's forum from England my topic there got asked the same question. How does it fit in? The background music was low in volume. The title "Run Like Hell" fits so well; it's what we want them to do. The way the song is sung and played; with "GREAT" determination. Our local Classic Rock stations play The Wall's song alot. The live concert versions last much longer in time.

That was a nice gesture by Roger Waters. This moving piece was the first of many that I wish all stations would play more often. "Let's Roll" by Neil Young is one of many I miss hearing. If we let our guard down they'll be played again or new ones will be made if there is time and electricity to make them! :oops:

CGK

There are 44 more posts that got off topic and that's a given on any forum. The odd thing is there were song titles and lyrics that the poster found to connect to NYC and 9/11/01.

I should have placed this in the 9/11 topic here. Maybe we can do that trick. In around a week I will ask Alpha to delete the credited posts here from snopes. I borrowed ten of 'em for a bit. I hated to see this one get archived. I was going to keep it active as long as it took to read that someone had heard this compilation.

MK Standing by...........and in case it was missed, I'm CGK formerly at snopes. Linked again



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This old archived thread :idea: "morphed into something completely different from the topic" :idea: :!: . As they noted, off topic, prophetic songs posting strange connections with 9/11/01. :oops: Threads get off topic so easily, don't they? :wink:

Let me know if you have heard this song's legendary compilation and IT WAS America's first song of inspiration after 9/11/01. :( Surprisingly posting this elsewhere to get comments was like pulling hen's teeth! :P I hope that's not the case here. :wink:


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Re: America's first song of inspiration after 9/11/01 pls reply

Post by Riddick » 11-28-2015 05:47 PM

On this first of its kind tune for 9/11, can't give you an affirmative on having heard it or any knowledge of it, MK - But at the risk of additional topic morphing, I can't but wonder as regards tragic events of more recent vintage, somewhere in the world of music were there any presages of the Paris attacks - And, if so, how is it they weren't recognized and acted upon?

IMHO it's too bad warning signs in songs aren't nearly so readily seen beforehand as they are after the fact, when the missing pieces become all too painfully apparent - yet, it's the pain that then produces the inspirational songs...

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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 11-28-2015 08:37 PM

Riddick wrote:On this first of its kind tune for 9/11, can't give you an affirmative on having heard it or any knowledge of it, MK - But at the risk of additional topic morphing, I can't but wonder as regards tragic events of more recent vintage, somewhere in the world of music were there any presages of the Paris attacks - And, if so, how is it they weren't recognized and acted upon?

IMHO it's too bad warning signs in songs aren't nearly so readily seen beforehand as they are after the fact, when the missing pieces become all too painfully apparent - yet, it's the pain that then produces the inspirational songs...
10-4 Riddick, Maybe somebody will find a song that fits that fateful 11/13/15 one day. But finding one like you've noted is always too late per normal. There's millions of songs so the music loving masses should start looking for one or more that presaged the Paris attacks. :idea: Yes Riddick, the pain that ensues always inspire the song writers. I suppose time's had it's way with September 11, 2001's songs that are no where to be heard now. :| I was surprised that the membership entered what they found in popular rock music. I kept posting right along with them until it faded into the "dark pages" at snopes.

Your post is a sight for my :shock: sore eyes watching and hoping someone would comment on this non urban legend qualifier at snoopy snopes. Who knows - who dunn'it for an inspirational themed song after our second "dastardly attack" on this American nation/free world!

As far as Paris goes a presage could be named Charlie Hebdo. We could include all the thousands of random cars burned in France some years ago. From now on all of Europe and Scandinavia will be "En guard!", a famous French sword duel phrase. :(

I wrote more lines but I decided to delete them. :idea:


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You dedicated FF members are keeping me busy :!: So be ready and on your toes for the next one. :)

This was Pink Floyd's softly played background rock song for the inspiring compilation so little played on the radio............ :P


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Re: America's first song of inspiration/ my #1 post at snopes!

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 12-05-2015 11:29 PM

REF: To the members and plentiful guests who have not clicked on my topic at Daily Snopes.

Keeping things moving right along. I have a reputation of doing the "move" on 2 alternate news forums in the UK. It used to be more than 2. Others died eventually and were zipped off line like the FF2. An old coal hauler's famous words beginning any shift planning more loads than the average Joe could truck, was and maybe still is the same to this day or night in coal country, "Let's call the night off due to lack of interest!" :P

There were many reasons for those forums to become non existent and the main one is "due to lack of interest." Thankfully I don't see that happening here! :D

My first post at Snopes; a strange home for urban legends. :confused:

R. Gary Patterson suggested I start posting there to see if my topics might find interest in the large membership. Snopes is a skeptic's Heaven! So I started off lightly with this one........


"America's first song of inspiration after 9/11/01"

Where were you when you heard this compilation? "Run Like Hell" from Pink Floyd's The Wall album was used by (Clear Channel Communications?)a radio network shortly after 9/11/01. A Southern Baptist fire and brimstone preacher gave a rousing sermon. A US Marine recited "This is my rifle". George C. Scott said in his first lines from Patton, " We'll grease our tank treads with their guts!" This was not played in the New York City area. A Staten Island friend of mine didn't hear it.

However Pink Floyd's 'The Dogs of War' and 'Run Like Hell' were repeated a lot on radio there. It gave me chills to hear it one time. To me this little heard compilation gained Urban Legend status, but did anyone here,....hear it?


When I Googled the song's description page 1's selections were mainly my efforts to finally read one post that any member had heard that inspiring song. :idea:

Posting this for many years on our www the "Yes! I heard this song" is still the count of 0! :mrgreen:


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Re: No "dark pages" for this one, sorry..........

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 02-19-2016 06:41 PM

This one was getting way too close to page 2. :|

Here is the late great actor George C. Scott with Patton's inspiring speech to the U.S. Army's 3rd Division in 1943. Part of this speech having to do with, "We will grease our tank treads with their guts!" is heard here. George C. Scott ended this compilation seldom aired after September 11, 2001 I suppose due to complaints from who knows who! :?

This link will save you a trip to the top. Like Riddick noted above the "off topic drift" of this old snopes thread made my entry even more interesting. Post any music here that you think foretold the events on September 11, 2001. :cry: :x You've heard this mentioned on Coast to Coast AM and Clyde Lewis' Ground Zero so often, "It's not a matter of if, but a matter of when" another series of inspiring songs may come to the radio! :fortune: If you see something, say something 24-7-365! Political correctness be damned! :confused:

http://msgboard.snopes.com/cgi-bin/ulti ... 001080;p=0


REF Fantastic Forum's Paranormal: Remember Pearl Harbor 12/7/39 vs September 11, 2001/1986 via The British Rock Music Invasion

http://fantasticforum.com/1res/viewtopi ... =41&t=2100


Edited today! The 10th of March 2016.......

The Drudge Report 3/10/15 - An English speaking ISIS terrorist on video claims a Paris-like attack is coming soon to the USA. If I were you I'd be packin' heat in "anywhere" USA. They will seek out gun free zones, churches, indoor - outdoor concerts and popular night spots. If you have a pistol with you in a gun free zone you will be automatically disqualified in a major violation of the rules! Just don't tell anyone you have one with a full clip, with it's chamber empty, safe on and ready. :wink:

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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 03-10-2016 01:32 PM

I bumped this one so you could read my edit just above here. If you see something, say something! :wink:

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Re: No "dark pages" for this one, sorry..........

Post by voguy » 03-10-2016 05:20 PM

Malaria_Kidd II wrote:If you have a pistol with you in a gun free zone you will be automatically disqualified in a major violation of the rules! Just don't tell anyone you have one loaded, safe on and ready. :wink:
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Re: No "dark pages" for this one, sorry..........

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 03-11-2016 10:12 AM

voguy wrote:
Malaria_Kidd II wrote:If you have a pistol with you in a gun free zone you will be automatically disqualified in a major violation of the rules! Just don't tell anyone you have one loaded, safe on and ready. :wink:
I always pack in the U.S. Rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.
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Right and right voguy :!:

It's way too late to invoke fear in the minds of America's constant enemies who don't worry about our citizens owning and able to produce a rifle from every window. Like a Far East warring nation, that eventually failed badly, once did on December 7, 1941 :!:

vo, I've Tweeted this more than once over the last two years: Long before this 1,400 year war is over, we'll all be packin' heat with a permit or with out a permit :!:

Thanks for moving my snopes stumper this week and before the weekend is over I will move it again. It's related to Riddick's nice entry and my first urban legend entry morphing! :o

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Riddick wrote:On this first of its kind tune for 9/11, can't give you an affirmative on having heard it or any knowledge of it, MK - But at the risk of additional topic morphing, I can't but wonder as regards tragic events of more recent vintage, somewhere in the world of music were there any presages of the Paris attacks - And, if so, how is it they weren't recognized and acted upon?

IMHO it's too bad warning signs in songs aren't nearly so readily seen beforehand as they are after the fact, when the missing pieces become all too painfully apparent - yet, it's the pain that then produces the inspirational songs...
Riddick is so right and his quote had to have a second running under "America's first song of inspiration after 9/11/01 pls reply"


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http://fantasticforum.com/1res/viewtopi ... =41&t=2100


Here's more somewhat off topic but spot on considering Riddick's lines above never-the-less! :wink:

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Over the years I've personally handed the print outs of both links to a "select few friends" with open minds. After a read the fact they experienced "goose bumps" or "chicken skin tingles" was verbally told to me! :reader: :o

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Re: America's first song of inspiration after 9/11/01! I'm still mad as Hell!

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 08-07-2016 05:16 AM

:D I just got a Fantastic Forum e-mail saying "Get me out of the Dark Pages!"

One of these days someone out there will say they heard this briefly* played song to inspire Americans soon after September 11, 2001. I still remember that day like it was only yesterday. :(

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*I could just imagine the politically correct liberal crowd clamoring in unison to yell, "That's Islamophobia! Get that off the air :!: :P
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Re: America's first song of inspiration after 9/11/01! I'm still mad as Hell!

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 11-13-2016 07:01 AM

This post was copied and then edited a bit from a web site where MK II and Riddick are the only FF members who contribute a post once in a while to hopefully peak an interest in an average of 200 guests viewing the site.


My last post under this same topic: America's first song of inspiration after 9/11/01

I've long told my Manhattan born and raised wife that it was time for a U.S. President to be a resident of New York City! Our first leader that would take political correctness to it's cemetery! This song was canned because of being politically incorrect :!: We weren't aware of it at that time that it being taken "off the air" was one of the first of MANY appeasements to radical Islam :!: :confused:

The newly edited post..... :idea:

Unlike at Scotland's huge Unexplained Mysteries I don't believe folks (FF's members & FF's moderators) will come out of the woodwork to razz me about seeing me re upping my old thread.

Because my inquiry at Daily Snopes failed to produce an active member who'd heard this inspiring music compilation. It does deserve another go before any new songs are written to inspire us again in these uncertain times of "their" unending war on the infidel. The war on terror did not begin on 9/11/01. The Islamic jihadists started it against all non believers 1,400 years ago!

I did not get the initial responses I'd hope to get and I would have been happy back then to explain it at length. We American's were mad as hell at that time after 9/11/01.

It started with a fire and brimstone preacher saying his fiery sermon!

Then a U.S. Marine speaks the Marine rifle training poem, "This Is My Rifle"

Lastly, as Pink Floyd's "Run Like Hell" continues softly in the background...........

The late great actor portraying "Patton" in that movie, George C. Scott, says General George Patton's lines to inspire his troops before battling nazi troops in WW II.

It was strange to see my snopes thread go off topic when members posted the songs that reminded them of that bad day in New York City.

In closing rock and roll mysteries author R. Gary Patterson did not hear it played on radio in the Knoxville, Tennessee area.

Another thanks to Riddick who did not catch it on the radio so I'll ask the question once again: Did you hear it :?:


Are you just like me? Are you still mad as hell? :x

Comments? Questions? Or crickets? :crawl: :crawl:


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Synchronicity to note!: Earlier in the evening the better half stopped watching the TV so I ask her if she would like to have the pc. I was doing a few minor edits here before THAT notation :lol: "Last edited by Malaria_Kidd II;" came calling. I got out of the pc chair and told her I was going outdoors to lock up our 4X4 out in the parkway (a driveway to most LOL).

I had to put the key into the ignition to roll up the windows. I barely heard the radio playing on Classic Rock. Those softly playing instrumental notes had me straining my ears and saying to myself, "Is THAT Pink Floyd's "Run Like Hell"? I increased the volume and it was right at the beginning! That was just too cool since just minutes before I'd been right here typing! 8) :shock:
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Re: America's first song of inspiration after 9/11/01! I'm still mad as Hell!

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 07-04-2017 08:36 AM

July 4, 2017 :!: :D

REF music to inspire Americans: Here's 17 posts about this old topic. And we all hope new songs never need to be written again due to a day with innocent American losses similar to in number or worse than September 11, 2001. :(

:idea: To this day there is only 1,314 views on this same topic found at a Pink Floyd fan based web site. :oops: Back in 2003 no one Floyd fan could say they heard this song! :idea: After having this one posted for 12 years on 5 web sites no member has ever said they'd heard it. :reader: :o

http://www.pinkfloydonline.com/forums/s ... ight=rifle


I gave it my best snopes shot and nada! It can never be a true legendary compilation, aired so soon after 9/11/01, when so few heard this freedom fighter's song to inspire every American citizen. We all heard the other great songs played so frequently didn't we :?: :(

9/23/17 (the supposed end of days is today?) Here's an edit not noted at the bottom of my post. :wink: What a surprise! My thread's inquiry to this date is still on page one at only one of many Pink Floyd forums from 2003. 8)

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I'm happy to see the view count numbers at FF is number 2 in Music. :mrgreen:

One of these days, a new member or guest (will join FF) to write they'd heard America's first song of inspiration right after the attacks on 9/11. "One of these days" is part of Pink Floyd's drummer Nick Mason's only lyrics he ever sung on all their long list of iconic songs! That song was their ultra spooky "Echoes"! :shock:

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Re: America's First Song For Inspiration After 9/11/01!

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 05-25-2018 10:04 AM

Here's the 17 year old inspiring compilation's background music renewed in 2016.

'Run Like Hell' - David Gilmour - Live from Pompeii - 2016




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