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PlayTHAT TUESDAY MOURNING

by The Musician Physician

EVERYONE remembers September 11, 2001
It was a Tuesday morning that will NEVER be forgotten. Because of the terrorist attacks, many lives were lost. THAT TUESDAY MOURNING is a tribute to the victims and heroes of this tradgedy. This tribute is EXACTLY 9 minutes and 11 seconds long. SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Uploaded: September 6, 2008
Duration: 9m 11s
 

Comments for THAT TUESDAY MOURNING

Portrait of The Gliv
I was touched by the thoughts in this song. Its poetic rhythms are all too much a reminder for me right now.

Portrait of randgame
nice sounds i pick this as one of my favorites, now come check me out and see why i got everybody putting they guns on the table im in the hip-hop competition!!!!

Portrait of M!CAH
Wow!

Portrait of Maximus Parthas
Just wanted to let you know I listened to your track for the entire 9 minutes plus. I must admit it was painful to do so. Till now I haven't said more because the topic brings back too many bad memories. I was there on 9-11. I saw this all happen with my own eyes and with likely the best vantage point in town. 11 of the 19 so called terrorist came from the city I lived in. Paterson, NJ. The tension in the air I was breathing was thick long before anything ever happened on that day
As a poet I have yet to write about 911 at all. Unless I do a biography I probably never will
What I will say is this. There are more people responsible for the atrocities that day than are mentioned in this poem. More details are involved that should be noted which are being suppressed.
And the explosive FX here in this production hit me like a ton of bricks making me relive it all. I don't agree that we were unified on that day or any afterward. The only thing we shared that day was a profound sense of loss and a constant barrage of the same propaganda. When they tell us we will never forget 911. That isn't a statement of assertion. It's a threat. We will be force fed the BS story until no other story will be accepted or remembered.

Portrait of Yvonne Wood
very moving

Portrait of Atlanta Red
MP - nice work. I listened to this one all the way through and yeah... I got it. Worthwhile message. I don't agree with everything that went down after 9/11, but I do agree with what I felt at the time. For a moment, everyone was the same color after that day. For a moment, we were one America. Gpd bless and keep all who lost their lives, gave their lives, and found themselves impacted by that day.

Portrait of Miss Nissi
Felt the vibe in this piece...

Portrait of Tshombethepoet
Enjoyed this piece.

Portrait of Maximus Parthas
Nice horn work.

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