Once again, I was surprised to see September 11th falling on a Tuesday, the day of the show, when it is broadcast terrestrially over the airwaves.
Over the years for September 11th, I have explained that although the Pentagon was struck, songs about Washington D.C. are not many, and the ones you do come across are always about the government- usually with some sort of protest or humor.
Then there is United 93, the plane where the passengers rose up and crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
At least Neil Young did a song about that.
So no offense to the people in those other places for mainly concerning ourselves with New York.
But in truth, we did take the biggest hit!
And there are so many songs about New York, and I find new ones each year.
I'll start with some Snarl, how I still feel after 17 years!
Then we Rock!
Here are the links to Remaining Feelings Of Loss, at Mike Pell Rockollections: