Pedro, WTC, and me.

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Re: Pedro, WTC, and me.

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 07-17-2017 09:39 PM

Over a year ago at You Tube's posting of "Yet Another Movie" with 247,907 views to date. I was rather reserved (compared to where you are now @ FF) in posting some 1987 on point Pink Floyd music trivia for the watchers. :idea:

Here's what you can read well down this page.........




My names here -1 year ago
Reply if you've read this explanation by: David Gilmour talking about 'Yet Another Movie' taken from 'Only Music', December 1987 : "It's a more surrealistic effort than anything I've attempted before. I don't even know what all of it means myself." He was not alone in thinking that!

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+My names here - i didn't read that particular article, but i can tell you the meaning i take from it. he's talking about domestic abuse and his own words sum up the rest "a worthless (?) life has run its course"...the only thing I don't really get is who dies in the domestic squabble. one minute i think it's the woman but he later speaks of the man as if he's dead. that's my take. i think the words just come to writers though, and they let the individual take the meaning that speaks to them, if that makes sense.
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+baconrocks 1 It was a good surprise to see 5,000 more "listens"/views along with baconrocks reply to that quote from Only Music in 1987. The quotes out there and a Floyd fan/friend of mine sent it to me years ago. Thanks for letting us know your domestic abuse interpretation in part. It does make sense in your last line, but it would be nice to know where it came from in David's thoughts. Then we must revert back in time for the answer: "I don't even know what all of it means myself." Thanks baconrocks for your insight to an unusual Yet Another Movie.
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I will close off tonight noting this: after periodically scanning all comments on that page there is not one hint of what you've read on page 2! :confused:

I maybe repeating this fact but it's one of very few rock songs that contain multiple synchronous lines to that sad day in *** **** ****. To date it's never been used in a tribute song among all the Pink Floyd songs that are listed. And The Floyd was the most chosen rock group for the You Tube member's many varied music tribute videos. :(


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Bonus: Here's their spookier 1988 concert version with more echoes and more compelling sounds than the original! :o

Move the red ball right to 20:45 to hear "Yet Another Movie" finishing with "Round and Round" and more live from Nassau Coliseum on Long Island, New York. Even though credit here is given to their concert in Chile, it's in NY. :wink:

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Re: Bobby's Chalked Graffiti vs Chalk The Walk!

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 07-19-2017 04:08 PM

Local news in the Star-Times newspaper:

"Chalk The Walk"

July 27-29: Our small town's Watermelon Fest, once known as the Homecoming Festival of past times, always plans a kiddie parade, watermelon games, art contests, and the junior Mr. & Miss. talent contests.

The coloring contest in 2017 is a new one for ages 5-7, 8-12, and 13 and older giving each artist one concrete square on our downtown furniture store's front sidewalk. Parents will escort their child but they cannot coach them on what to draw. The steering committee is providing the chalk!

:fortune: Since the last time this legend was front page Star-Times news was 2005 and duly noted here well down page 2. I doubt that the parents or the steering committee will remember Bobby's legendary chalk message. Or remember the exact month, day, year and **time that it was first seen on the long gone schools' front sidewalk still surviving along Mill Street! :idea:

They won't have a clue but you know it now. Any time this topic moves, it will be my effort keeping his legend fresh on the Net beginning with FF in 2002. Among other fantastic comparisons from this small town to Pearl Harbor and September 11, 2001!

I hope it's an annual contest for kids from now on! :hourglass


MK II,..............who's still in an "edit war" with Wikipedia! :lol: :epicbattl :hugesmile


**0755 :It can be noted again that the first call to classes buzzer sounded every school day at this time. Which was not part of the legend read in American newspapers right after the attack on Pearl Harbor. But strangely it too was synchronous to the exact time the first Japanese bomb fell on Ford Island! :cry:
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Re: Pearl Harbor vs September 11, 2001

Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 08-23-2017 08:54 AM

Wholly credited to Riddick found in Music's topic "America's First Song of Inspiration After September 11, 2001.

http://fantasticforum.com/1res/viewtopi ... 63#p721263

On November 29, 2015 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..." :(

Great words Riddick and I thought your perception belonged here too as the views near 9,000. Thanks again to my/our steadfast friend and land locked pirate from Wisconsin. :wink:


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Post by Malaria_Kidd II » 09-13-2017 08:25 AM

Robert Spencer on 9/11: On This Day, December 7, 1957
SEPTEMBER 11, 2017 7:16 AM BY ROBERT SPENCER 82 COMMENTS

A war with no end. My latest at FrontPage:

Imagine if World War II had been fought the way the defense against the global jihad has been.

Imagine it is December 7, 1957, the 16th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, and President Adlai E. Stevenson gives what was then something new: a nationally televised address. He looks determinedly into the cameras and says:

My fellow Americans: We remember, and we will never forget, the 2,403 beautiful lives taken from us so cruelly. We come together in prayer and in gratitude for the strength that has fortified us across these 16 years.

Continued at Jihad Watch.........

https://www.jihadwatch.org/2017/09/robe ... ber-7-1957

I'll finish this post with a "snippet" from the past. 1987 to be exact and this year is the 30th anniversary of Pink Floyd's much criticized album, 'A Momentary Lapse of Reason'. :oops:

The use of force, he was so tough * 9 Osama Bin Laden?
She'll soon submit, she's had enough * 10 America's will; is it strong enough?
The march of fate, the broken will............. :!:

Mark Davis, sitting in for Hugh Hewitt on my radio this AM, began another segment from Austin, Texas by playing "Learning to Fly" to highlight their album's year of origin from the UK. Coast to Coast AM played it AGAIN last night. Of all their picks for bumper music from Pink Floyd, I think "Learning to Fly" is picked the most! :idea:


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