This is a great idea from WNYC:

WNYC is creating a special playlist of music of all genres suggested by listeners to mark the 10-year anniversary of 9/11, to stream online and play on air. Respond below or online: What do you want to hear?

~reblogged by Trent Gilliss, senior editor

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  1. quizas-si reblogged this from nprfreshair
  2. carlostrange answered: "Renegade"(feat. Eminem) by Jay-Z | Album: The Blueprint | Release Date: September 11, 2001
  3. bookofash answered: Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue - Toby Keith
  4. liquidfunk reblogged this from nprfreshair and added:
    WNYC is creating a special playlist of music of all genres suggested by listeners to mark the 10-year anniversary of...
  5. aesalazar answered: Mad World (Gary Jules Version)
  6. soleilscouchants answered: Shafiq Husayn – The U.N. Plan
  7. merakimou answered: Castles in the Sky by Ian Van Dahl. That was a big hit then, and I remember it being played a lot on Z100 before/after 9/11 in Manhattan
  8. gatewaysparadise answered: Live - Overcome: 9/11 was also my first week of high school in Stuyvesant, a stone’s throw from WTC. I remember being catatonic and this song
  9. caish-x-caish answered: Play something off Kid A by Radiohead, maybe “How to Disappear Completely”!…
  10. fearlesspenguin answered: love vigilantes / iron & wine
  11. mmmoore answered: Home by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
  12. suddenlyyours5 answered: Hi
  13. curly-cue-202 answered: Samuel Barber’s “Adagio for Strings” - Agnus Dei setting
  14. splodee answered: philip glass - facades. Eerie and reflective. The type of music that one might hear on a movie as a family is moving into a town with a secre
  15. nedison answered: A Few Words In Defense Of Our Country - Randy Newman
  16. lookinforsomething answered: Ben Sollee
  17. pax-in-vacuo answered: 4’33” by John Cage
  18. vihara79 answered: One. Sung by Mary J Blige & U2.
  19. musicthelanguage answered: Musicians native to New York
  20. beingblog reblogged this from wnyc and added:
    This is a great idea from WNYC: ~reblogged by Trent Gilliss, senior editor
  21. joepetro answered: "Jesus, Etc." by Wilco, "My City Of Ruins" by Bruce Springsteen
  22. illicitizen answered: ESGm The Ramones, Television, Patti Smith, Leonard Cohen, The Velvet Underground, Fela Kuti, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane…
  23. imadeyouamixtape answered: No Such Thing by John Mayer since his album Room for Squares came out that same week.
  24. samloomes answered: william basinski’s the disintegration loops
  25. beasknees answered: "Love" by John Lennon
  26. gacougnol reblogged this from nprmusic
  27. likethewheel answered: Liza Minnelli - Theme from New York, New York.
  28. sorryifuckeduptheshow answered: What I really want to hear is the Madison Scouts version of “Empire State of Mind”.
  29. the-concourse answered: Open Letter to New York-Beastie Boys
  30. misterandre answered: Bob Marley & The Wailers - Babylon System
  31. conniecannibal answered: I’ll second Wilco- Jesus etc.
  32. ktkaye answered: charles bradley - this world is going up in flames
  33. unsolvedchildmurder answered: I like buchino’s Disintegration Loops idea.
  34. scrambledeggers answered: "Ten Years Gone" by Led Zeppelin
  35. delicate-genius answered: i also think paul simon/the boxer would be nice. or any simon and garfunkel. and jazz. lots of jazz.
  36. sonicninjaparty answered: Bon Iver - Holocene
  37. no-kings answered: Thalia Zedek “Do You Remember”
  38. adaptnews answered: Safe & Sound by Sheryl Crow
  39. roseisread answered: Ryan Adams-New York New York
  40. denzelmendoza answered: jazz