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Title: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: Andrew Yoder on September 27, 2012, 0202 UTC
Very strong with an old show (said on 6275 & via Jolly ROger R). Opening announcement & into Golden Earring "Radar Love"
Thanks for the relay!
Andrew
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: Hornet0123 on September 27, 2012, 0208 UTC
S7 in Maine with deep fades

0208. Tina turner
0211 Crimson and clover
0214 The kids are alright
0218 hang on sloopy
0221 wait till the midnight hour
0225. Tired of waiting for you
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: BOR on September 27, 2012, 0220 UTC
fair strength on the west coast....about S3 on the FT-2000, preamp off
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: corq on September 27, 2012, 0233 UTC
Currently "Let's hear it for the boy" Denise Williams
SIO 434 from Eau Gallie Florida. Awesome signal.

Thanks for the Relay!

Via the Pixel Loop RF-1b, SDR-IQ
 
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: jFarley on September 27, 2012, 0243 UTC
Very strong (and nice looking) signal since *0201.  The Jolly Roger Show.

Right now enjoying (?) "Get Down On It" - Kool & the Gang

Thank You for the relay!
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: Northern Relay Service on September 27, 2012, 0254 UTC
 Just tuned into this ! Sometimes very strong . Heard an Ontario Canada Address giving for QSL's

Playing a version of "Satisfaction " Pretty noisy band but coming through well enough to get most of the music  the OP not so well . Does have an English accent

Haven't heard a Jolly Roger ID but very cool if it is. ROCK ON !!
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: Chanter on September 27, 2012, 0259 UTC
I've been hearing this one since 0201, pretty much.  SIO 333, up to as strong as 434 into southern Wisconsin.  Older songs mostly - Tina Turner, Crimson and Clover, at least one Beatles tune, The Kinks I think - interspersed with talk from a DJ with a British accent.  Several Jolly Roger ID's were audible in here, and one advert for a free radio/pirate radio magazine apparently written in both English and French.  Huh, sounds kind of cool. 

If this is a European station getting relayed, thank you Northern Relay Service! 
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: Northern Relay Service on September 27, 2012, 0306 UTC
I have nothing to do with this . I am just a listener tonight.

Having a real hard time pulling out the op with all the static and qsb. Skip seems to be going long for me.
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: Crellitor on September 27, 2012, 0307 UTC
S9+10 here in SC. No fading.
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: Jolly Roger on September 27, 2012, 0315 UTC
Note to the bunneh bunch: IT'S NOT ME! It's a DIFFERENT Jolly Roger. So PLEASE don't start the harrassment, stalking, whining, and childish crap that you got into (and are still into, BTW. I know what you've done... ) the last time that you thought that I was relaying somebody.
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: Andrew Yoder on September 27, 2012, 0343 UTC
I'd doubt that anyone would be confused because Jolly Roger Radio was a famous Irish pirate that broadcasted regularly with their own programming & also that of LHH & Britain Radio Int'l. It was best heard in the '90s & earlier in the '00s. I believe he relayed a few NA pirates, too, but the sigs were much better in the British Isles than on the continent. Here's what I could find on Internet:

http://jollyrogerradio.wordpress.com/history/
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: Jolly Roger on September 27, 2012, 0438 UTC
I dunno, the last time these clowns came after me it was just because I appeared to live in the same general area as a current popular pirate. And yes, I'm well aware of the original JR. You're correct; he did used to relay North American stations.
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: Sealord on September 27, 2012, 1243 UTC
Recorder catch:

6925 USB SIO 444-544

Booming signal & audio with little to no fade - had the recorder running and change direction of array at some point for even better reception.

02:00z-04:52z Laser Hot Hits relay

Audio (02:00z-04:52z): http://archive.org/download/ShortwavePirateRadioCont/LaserHotHitsrelay6925Usb0200z-0452z09-27-12.mp3

Thanks! :)
Title: Re: Laser Hot Hits relay, 6925U, 9/27, *0201+
Post by: ChrisSmolinski on September 27, 2012, 1323 UTC
SDR recording catch. 0200z sign on, S8 signal that became S9 by around 0210z. Then slowly fading later on, down to about S7 by 0400z, but still good reception overall.