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"Over The Rainbow" by Judy Garland. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does. ESPECIALLY this one.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

2 days, 4 hours ago

"Red Tide" by Rush. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 week, 2 days ago

"Know Your Rights" by The Clash. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

2 weeks, 2 days ago

"Morgus The Magnificent" was a 1959 novelty record by "Morgus and the 3 Ghouls" (Frankie Ford and Mac Rebennack performing as "Morgus and The Ghouls" (aka "Morgus & The 3 Ghouls"). The record made the local New Orleans radio top ten record chart. In 1964, the Detroit-based Fulton record label released another single, "Werewolf", featuring Morgus and The Daringers, with an instrumental track ("The Morgus Creep") on its B side about Morgus' original television show...

...Sidney Noel Rideau attended broadcasting school and worked for radio station WWEZ-AM before joining WSMB-AM in 1956. While at WSMB, Rideau led a vocal group that recorded a novelty song called “Humpty Dump” with Atlantic Records. While Rideau was working as a disc jockey at WWL (AM) radio in 1958, he auditioned for a job hosting the new WWL-TV show, House of Shock. Rideau was awarded the job, and agreed to do it "only if he could make the show funny". He created and performed as the host character "Doctor Morgus", however Rideau did not want to reveal his real-life identity. According to Rideau, "being Morgus brought with it some challenges to say the least". For approximately 50 years, Rideau tried to keep his identity private, and reportedly didn't even tell his children he was Morgus...

...And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 month ago

"The Crypt Jam" is a rap performed by The Crypt Keeper (John Kassir) with music composed by Chuckii Booker. Yes, you read that correctly, The Crypt Keeper, from HBO's "Tales from the Crypt", raps. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 month ago

"God Part II" by U2. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 month, 1 week ago

"The Red Flag" by John Goss (using the pseudonym "Mr. Rufus John"), recorded in 1926, is a Socialist song 'emphasizing the sacrifices and solidarity of the international labour movement'. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does. ESPECIALLY this one.

"The Red Flag" sung by Mr. Rufus John (aka John Goss) on 78 RPM ( Original from YT)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LG_k7NANRO0

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 month, 2 weeks ago

"There Is A War" (Live) by Leonard Cohen. This performance is from 1994's "Leonard Cohen in Concert" from Austin, TX. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does. ESPECIALLY this one.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 month, 3 weeks ago

"Temptation" by Bing Crosby. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 month, 4 weeks ago

"When That Man Is Dead & Gone" by the Glenn Miller Orchestra. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

2 months ago

"Sleepwalk" by Santo & Johnny, appearing on the August 1, 1959 episode of The Dick Clark Saturday Night Beechnut Show. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

2 months, 1 week ago

"Only You" by The Platters. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast all had a message & still does, but THIS song was always vocally accompanied by Bill's oldest daughter, Pooh.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

2 months, 3 weeks ago

"The Battle Hymn Of The Republic" by Lee Greenwood. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

3 months, 1 week ago

"Song of the South" by Alabama. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

3 months, 2 weeks ago

"Amazing Grace" was William Cooper's favorite song, BAR NONE. He collected different versions of the song, including this rendition by a 15-year-old LeAnn Rimes. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

4 months ago

"Don't Hang Around Me Anymore" by Gene Autry. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

4 months, 1 week ago

"West of the Moon" by Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

4 months, 2 weeks ago

"I Like It Like That, Part 1" by Chris Kenner. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

4 months, 3 weeks ago

"Cua Viet River, Vietnam, 1968" by John Williams from the film Born on the Fourth of July. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

4 months, 4 weeks ago

"Runaway" by Del Shannon. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

5 months ago

"Space Camp Soundtrack Suite" by John Williams from the 1986 film Space Camp. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

5 months, 1 week ago

"A New World Order" by Anthony J. Hilder & Evan Sweetwater. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does. ESPECIALLY this one.

A few of you asked what this was when you heard this on some recently posted broadcasts. I'm only sorry I don't have a better quality copy to share. If someone knows where one can be obtained, I'b be ever so grateful for the information.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

5 months, 2 weeks ago

"The Circle of Life" by Elton John. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. ESPECIALLY this one.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

5 months, 3 weeks ago

"America The Beautiful" by Lee Greenwood. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

6 months ago

"Practice What I Preach" by Hank Williams, Jr.. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

6 months, 1 week ago

"Athair Ar Neamh (Father in Heaven)" by Enya. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

Enya on Spotify
https://open.spotify.com/artist/6uothxMWeLWIhsGeF7cyo4

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

7 months, 1 week ago

"We Shall Be Free" by Garth Brooks. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

7 months, 2 weeks ago

"I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal, You" by Louis Armstrong & his Orchestra. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

7 months, 3 weeks ago

"I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" by U2. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. ESPECIALLY this one.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

8 months ago

"I Love To See You Smile" by The Simpsons. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

8 months, 1 week ago

"Long As I Can See The Light" by John Fogerty (of CCR) live @ Night of the Proms 2010 in Antwerp, Belgium. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Especially this one.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

8 months, 3 weeks ago

"Music of the Night" by Spies from their album 'Music of Espionage'. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

"Spies" on AllMusic
https://www.allmusic.com/album/music-of-espionage-mw0000653069?1645788506220

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

9 months ago

"Liar, Liar" by The Castaways. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

The Castaways
https://www.castawaysband.com/

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

9 months, 1 week ago

"Revisionism Street" by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

9 months, 2 weeks ago

"The Feast Of The Mau Maus" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

10 months ago

"Love is on the Air Tonight" by Joel McNeely from 1994's "Radioland Murders" soundtrack. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

10 months, 2 weeks ago

"Gravitate To Me" by The The. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

10 months, 3 weeks ago

"Battle Stations" by Winger. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

11 months ago

"Everybody Knows" by Leonard Cohen. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Especially this one.Clips from the film "Pump Up The Volume" starring Christian Slater. However, it was the Concrete Blonde version of this song that was actually in the movie:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/Ish2ETf9FtFZ/

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

11 months, 1 week ago

"Cats in the Cradle" by Judy Collins. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

11 months, 3 weeks ago

"A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall" by Edie Brickell & the New Bohemians. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

11 months, 4 weeks ago

"Kiss From a Rose" by Seal. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year ago

"Thank God I'm A Country Boy" by John Denver. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year ago

"A Change Is Gonna Come" by Sam Cooke. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

Sam Cooke on YT:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2vyD1cRA7Wt_w5_yuwzygQ

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year ago

"The Flying Saucer" (Parts 1 & 2) by Buchanan & Goodman. A parody on 10" shellac. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 1 month ago

Bill's favorite song was "Amazing Grace" by ANYONE. He loved that song no matter who sang or played it (and to be fair, it IS sort of the theme song of "WAKING UP").

MY favorite song EVER, also by ANYONE is "Stardust". Bill plays it frequently on the broadcast, sometimes by Willie Nelson. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

"Stardust" by Nat King Cole
https://www.bitchute.com/video/hAjoCrr8iJ2g/

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 1 month ago

"People Asking Why" by Seal. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 2 months ago

"Liberty Fanfare" by John Williams & The Boston Pops Orchestra. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

For the festivities accompanying the centennial of the Statute of Liberty, John Williams was commissioned by the Statute of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation to write a fanfare to be performed at the televised ceremonies on July 4, 1986.

Prior to the work's premiere, Williams told the Boston Globe's Richard Dyer that it is "about five minutes long, and it has a one-minute detachable frontpiece that will be the signature music for all of the ABC presentations connected with the Fourth of July. I've tried to create a group of American airs and tunes of my own invention that I hope will give some sense of the event and the occasion.

The first public performance of the work was given on June 4, 1986 by the Boston Pops under the direction of the composer. A month later, Williams led the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra in the work as part of a live national telecast.

Reviewing the Boston performance, Anthony Tommasini wrote that "as fanfares go, [it] is a humdinger. It's got two great tunes: a brassy and boisterous fanfare riff, all roulades and flourishes and forward motion; and a long-lined tune for hushed-up strings that sounds like lots of others Williams has composed for Hollywood, but still gets you right in the back of the throat."

The score of the work calls for two flutes, piccolo, two oboes, English horn, two clarinets, two bassoons, contrabassoon, four horns, three trumpets, three trombones, tuba, timpani, percussion, harp, piano and strings.

Liberty Fanfare Wiki
https://www.wikiwand.com/en/Liberty_Fanfare

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 2 months ago

"Olympiad" by The Cleveland Symphonic Winds; Frederick Fennell, Conductor... or known to US as the opening them of Bill's new Worldwide Freedom Radio Network. It comes from the 1980 LP Frederick Fennell: The Cleveland Symphonic Winds "Three Fanfares for Brass & Percussion", composed by Leo Arnaud. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

Frederick Fennell: The Cleveland Symphonic Winds
https://www.discogs.com/Arnaud-Vaughan-Williams-Grainger-Frederick-FennellCleveland-Symphonic-Winds-Frederick-Fennell-The-Cl/release/2212741

Vinyl: Arnaud - Three Fanfares for Brass & Percussion "Olympic Theme"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmT75VIqIwE

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 2 months ago

"Look At All Those Idiots" by Mr. Burns & Smithers from The Simpsons. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 2 months ago

"Superman's Song" by The Crash Test Dummies. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 3 months ago

"2001: A Space Odyssey" (a.k.a. "Also Sprach Zarathustra") was originally a tone poem composed in 1896 by Richard Strauss. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message; ESPECIALLY this one.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 3 months ago

"Sacred Ground" by Steve Vaus. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 3 months ago

"The Cooalition to Ban Coalitions" by Hank Williams, Jr. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 4 months ago

"Walk on the Water" by Credence Clearwater Revival. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 4 months ago

"We Are The People" by John Mellencamp. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 4 months ago

"I Belong to You" by Love Unlimited. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 5 months ago

"Who By Fire" by Leonard Cohen (Live in London). And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does. Especially ANYTHING Cohen did.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

Lyrics:

And who by fire?
Who by water?
Who in the sunshine?
Who in the night time?
Who by high ordeal?
Who by common trial?
Who in your merry merry month of May?
Who by very slow decay?
And who shall I say is calling?

And who in her lonely slip?
Who by barbiturate?
Who in these realms of love?
Who by something blunt?
Who by avalanche?
Who by powder?
Who for his greed?
Who for his hunger?
And who shall I say is calling?

And who by brave assent?
Who by accident?
Who in solitude?
Who in this mirror?
Who by his lady's command?
Who by his own hand?
Who in mortal chains?
Who in power?
And who shall I say is calling?

And who by fire?
Who by water?
Who in the sunshine?
Who in the night time?
Who by high ordeal?
Who by common trial?
Who in your merry merry month of May?
Who by very slow decay?
And who shall I say is calling?

1 year, 5 months ago

"Imagine" by John Lennon & The Plastic Ono Band with the Flux Fiddlers. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 5 months ago

Bill's favorite song was "Amazing Grace" by ANYONE. He loved that song no matter who sang or played it (and to be fair, it IS sorta the theme song of "WAKING UP").

MY favorite song EVER, also by ANYONE is "Stardust". Bill plays it frequently on the broadcast, sometimes by Nat King Cole. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 5 months ago

"Don't Let 'Em Take Your Gun" by Grand Funk (or Grand Funk Railroad). And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 6 months ago

"The Rose" by Bette Midler. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does. Especially THIS one.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 6 months ago

"Back in the Saddle Again" by Gene Autry. And remember Bill's admonition concerning the music he played on the broadcast: it all had a message. Still does.

All songs are copyright their respective owners. I make NO CLAIM to them and post them solely for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES!

"Listen to EVERYONE, read EVERYTHING, believe absolutely NOTHING... unless you can prove it in your OWN research."
-Milton William Cooper

1 year, 6 months ago