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Author Topic: Captain Morgan SW 6925 AM 2:10 utc Nov 21 '13  (Read 779 times)
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« on: November 21, 2013, 0216 UTC »

6925 AM  S5 - S7

2:10 utc tuned into Hendrix tune
2:11 utc  Captain Morgan SW ID & e-mail address
2:12 utc  Bob Segar "Night Moves"
2:16 utc  ID - Billy Joel "We didn't start the fire"
2:21 utc  ID, E-Mail, R Stones compilation Jumping  Jack Flash - Honky Tonk Woman - and more..
getting weak near the noise level S5 - S5.5 fades back up to S6 - S7 at times, pescadores in LSB near carrier.
~2:27 utc Steppen Wolf "Born to be Wild"
2:31 utc Hendrix - All along the Watchtower then  2:34 utc "Hey Joe"
2:37 utc More RS Jumping Jack Flash..
2:38 utc ZZT "La Grange"
2:43 utc Off Air
Thanks for the "Trip" down memory lane Captain...

« Last Edit: November 21, 2013, 0409 UTC by Rockpicker » Logged

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« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2013, 0217 UTC »

Captain Morgan ID at 0218

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« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2013, 0224 UTC »

Hendrix, then an ID I couldn't ID, and then Night Moves. I'm hearing it on USB though.

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« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2013, 0318 UTC »

Heard while walking the hound. ID at about 2:19z & music by that new band all the kids are excited about The Rolling Stones (with a silly name like that ,they'll never last).       
 Poor signal on PL660. I was unable to copy for more than a couple of minutes & the synch was unable to lock on the weak signal.

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« Reply #4 on: November 21, 2013, 1317 UTC »

SDR recording catch. Looks like sign on was 0203z. Extremely weak here, just some audio from time to time.

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