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Messages - jdstephens

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Loud here in N. Alabama since 0025 w/ Garage/Punk Rock (Buzzcocks, Gang of Four), frequent SSTV.


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North American Shortwave Pirate / Re: Unid 6910 USB 0030 24 Feb 2018
« on: February 24, 2018, 0041 UTC »
Loud here in N. Alabama at 0035 w/ Ministry and more industrial music.

Multiple Clever Name Radio IDs at 0048 UTC.

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Pounding into N. Alabama w/ The Beatles, Pantera, Ramones, White Zombie, Saliva, BuckCherry, The Cars and more.  Great music !  Still going strong at 0430+ UTC.

Thank you for playing the songs full-length tonight.  It made for a much more listenable and enjoyable show.  :)

73 de J.D. Stephens
Hampton Cove, AL

Drake R-8, Radio Shack Multi-Band Dipole

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Fair at 2314 tune-in w/ Grand Funk "Paranoid", "For Your Love by Yardbirds, "Little Red Riding Hood" by Sam The Sham, Stones "Out of Time".  Periodic SSTV interference.  Really starting to fade by 2330.  Signal suddenly came back in around 2348 w/ CCR "Ramble Tamble", "Flower In The Sun" by Janis Joplin, Vanilla Fudge "You Keep Me Hanging On".

PSE QSL info below.  Thanx and 73 !

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S7 with Blues song "Boogie With Me".

J.D. Stephens - Hampton Cove, AL
Drake R-8, Multi-Band Dipole

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Latin American Pirate / Re: Lupo Radio 6973 AM 0018 UTC 6 Jan 2018
« on: January 06, 2018, 0030 UTC »
Logged here, as well.  SIO of 444, until about 0010, when started to fade.  Reception report just sent !

73 de J.D. Stephens
Hampton Cove, AL

67
Just got an e-QSL from this station.  It was The Voice of the Yetti.

73 de J.D. Stephens
Hampton Cove, AL

68
Loud (S8), with "Take Skinheads Bowling", ID, Tom Petty's "Learning To Fly".  Audio cut out at 2238 before song ended.  After a few seconds of silence, into "So Far Away" by Dire Straits.  Again, song ended abruptly before finishing, the "Money for Nothing" intro, the  abruptly switched to "Walk Of Life" by Dire Straits, which again ended abruptly well before song finished.  Into UNID dance song, which - you guessed it - ended abruptly after only a short while.  "Glory Days" by Springsteen, abrupt switch, "I'm On Fire" by Bruce, another switch, into UNID dance music.  Abruptly to open carrier at 2147, then after a false start or two, into "Harlem Shake". 

PSE QSL to dx-tips [at] att [dot] net

J.D. Stephens - Hampton Cove, AL
Drake R-8, Multi-band Dipole

69
Booming in to N. Alabama at 0226 w/ Hip-Hop music, then "Mistress At Christmas" by AC/DC, 3 IDs w/ Hotmail address at 0237.  Bing & Andrews Sisters "Winter Wonderland", then began switching songs rapidly from the Andrews Sisters to Cake to Bing to Buck Cherry, Union Underground, and more.  Keeps cutting songs short, and abruptly switching, with very little continuity.  But, there are frequent IDs, and still a great signal at 0305.

Great signal with no fading or drift.

73 de J.D. Stephens - Hampton Cove, AL

Drake R-8, Multi-band Dipole

dx-tips [at] att [dot] net

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Just wanted to let Clever Name Radio know that your signal this evening was pounding into my QTH in N. Alabama, for the duration of the show.  :)

Audio quality was great, as well !

73 de J.D. Stephens- Hampton Cove, AL
          Drake R-8, Radio Shack Multi-Band Dipole.

71
Loud here in N. Alabama.  Tuned in at 2328 UTC to hear "It's Man's Man's Man's World" by James Brown & his band.  Followed by "Dragula by Rob Zombie and "Man In the Box by Alice In Chains.  SSTV followed at 2338.  Unfortunately, I don't have my SSTV software working yet. Oldies song "I Don't Like You, But I Love You", more SSTV.  Into Bluegrass version of "Back In Black" (Hayseed Dixie ?).  UNID Industrial Metal song at 2349.  UNID cover version of "Hey Joe", as well - maybe a Live Hendrix version ??

SSTV again at 0004 UTC on 11-4-17 UTC

Looks like this is Pee-Wee Radio.  Haven't had the pleasure of a QSL from the many excellent shows I have reported thus far, but will keep fingers crossed that this is the time.  :)

PSE QSL to dx-tips [at] att [dot] net

73 de J.D. Stephens - Hampton Cove, AL
Drake R-8, Radio Shack Multi-Band Dipole

72
I heard the ID clearly as "Clever Name Radio"

73,

J.D. Stephens - Hampton Cove, AL

73
S-9 here in N. Alabama.  Halloween-y sound effects and music.  Only one I could ID was "Spooky' (sounded like a cover version), followed by a Discover Card ad, and seemingly off at 2332.  ID sounded more like "Creepy" Radio Shortwave, rather than "Crazy" Radio Shortwave

73,

J.D. Stephens - Hampton Cove, AL
Drake R-8, Radio Shack Multi-Band Dipole

74
Loud and clear here in N. Alabama at 2327.  Wolverine Radio ID at 2330, into Old-time blues.

73,

J.D. Stephens, Hampton Cove, AL
Drake R-8, Radio Shack Multi-Band Dipole

75
Tune in at 2332 to a song called "Put The Money On Me" by UNID artist, into multiple songs by Huey Lewis and the News "including "Heart and Soul", "I Want A New Drug", "Working for A Living", "The Power of Love", etc.

Off at 0058 ??

S6 with high QRM in N. Alabama.

PSE QSL to dx-tips [at] att [dot] net

73 de J.D. Stephens
Hampton Cove, AL

Drake R-8, Radio Shack Multi-Band Dipole

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