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10816
Weak music through the noise noted at 0042 UTC. Peskie on LSB, so using USB, but the static crashing is brutal :(

10817
European Pirates and Private Stations / Re: unID 6290 AM 2336z
« on: March 27, 2015, 2343 UTC »
Solid S7 peaks for the carrier, but the audio is buried in the static. Sounds like Abu Dhabi talking about a microphone.....best in USB here.

10818
Other / UNID 6232 USB 2317 UTC MARCH 27, 2015
« on: March 27, 2015, 2335 UTC »
I've been hearing some electronica voiced music here with an S3 signal amidst the noise. Doesn't seem like a Euro...
2327 UTC Lady speaking
2330 UTC Gone...I guess this was just a freebander playing radio or something!

10819
By the way, pay attention to the title of this thread. "Fansome's right". This is almost always true.

"almost" ??? Can we trust Mr. Pigmeat to be the final arbiter of the rare moments when you might be wrong?

10820
Well...not exactly, but according to todays FCC press release, it will be is allowed under certain conditions!
http://transition.fcc.gov/Daily_Releases/Daily_Business/2015/db0326/FCC-15-37A1.pdf

10821
QSLs Received / The Crystal Ship "The Beat Goes On" eQSL
« on: March 27, 2015, 0814 UTC »
Thanks for the new show and the QSL, JP!!! The songs resonated with my inner circuitry 8)

10822
2320 UTC   Open Carrier noted at S6/S7
2322 UTC   "The Beat Goes On"-Sonny & Cher
2325 UTC   "Black Is Black"-Los Bravos
2328 UTC   ID..."You are listening to The Crystal Ship...The Beat Goes On"
2328+ UTC "Glad All Over"-Dave Clark Five
2331 UTC   "All My Loving"-Beatles
2333 UTC   "Friday On My Mind"-Easybeats
(Signal is now S8 with moderate selective fading, but well above the noise)
2336 UTC   "Thank The Lord For the Nightime"-Neil Diamond
2339 UTC   ID same as 2328 UTC
2339+ UTC "I'm Henry the 8th"-Hermans Hermits
2341 UTC   "The Game of Love"-Wayne Fontana & Mindbenders
2343 UTC   "Love Potion #9"-Searchers
2345 UTC   "Little Red Riding Hood"-Sam the Sham & Pharohs
2348 UTC   "These Boots Are Made For Walking"-Nancy Sinatra
2351 UTC   "She's Not There"-Zombies
2353 UTC   "It Ain't Me Babe"-Turtles
2355 UTC   "Different Drum"-Linda Rondstadt & Stone Poneys
2357 UTC   TCS ID and FCC statement, electronic lady voice with email
2359 UTC   "The Letter"-Box Tops
0001 UTC   "Fortunate Son"-CCR
0003 UTC   "Mothers Little Helper"-Rolling Stones
0006 UTC   "A Boy Named Sue"-Johnny Cash
0010 UTC   YL, then "Wild Thing"-Troggs
0012 UTC   (Hmmm...not ready for prime time...baaaaad)
0014 UTC   "What's New Pussycat"-Tom Jones
0016 UTC   "Hungry For the Good Things"-Paul Revere & Raiders
0020 UTC   "California Dreaming"-Mommas & Papas
0023 UTC   "Valleri"-Monkees
0025 UTC   "Western Union"-Five Americans
0027 UTC   ID
0028 UTC   "Up, Up, and Away"-Fifth Dimension
0030 UTC   "The Rain, the Park, and Other Things"-Cowsills
0034 UTC   "To Sir With Love"-Lulu
0036 UTC   "Never My Love"-Association
0039 UTC   "Get Together"-Youngbloods
0044 UTC   "Time Won't Let Me"-Outsiders
0047 UTC   "Him Or Me"-Paul Revere & Raiders (Thanks chat room guy :))
0050 UTC   "This Diamond Ring"-Gary Lewis & Playboys
0053 UTC   "This Magic Moment"-Jay & the Americans
0055 UTC   ID
0056 UTC   "Turn, Turn, Turn"-Byrds
0059 UTC   "Tell Her No"-Zombies
0101 UTC   "Spill The Wine"-Eric Burdon & War
0105 UTC   YL with email address, then Spanish Ladies
0106 UTC   "We Want The Airwaves"-Ramones
0107 UTC   Program seems to be repeating with "The Beat Goes On" 8)

Now that was one dynamite trip down memory lane! Thanks JP and relayer! Only got me on one tune tonight...

10823
Utility / Volmet 6604 KHZ USB
« on: March 25, 2015, 2227 UTC »
I generally get an excellent signal here at many times of the day, but today at 2220 UTC I chanced upon a double ID! First was "This is New York Radio", immediately followed by "This is Gander Radio" with the second overlapping the first ID. Hearing only a single broadcast with no echo or anything else. Does this happen often?

10824
QSLs Received / The Crystal Ship "Rock and Roll Art Show" eQSL
« on: March 25, 2015, 2141 UTC »
Thanks again JP! Nice to hear the long version of "In A Gadda Da Vida" on the shortwaves!

10825
Huh? / Re: Computers are here to make our lives easier....
« on: March 23, 2015, 2204 UTC »
I think comedian Steven Wright said it best.....
"I went to the hardware store to buy some batteries, but they weren't included, so I had to buy them again."

10826
Tuned in as soon as Radio Mushroom signed off at 2345 UTC and caught the last few minutes of the long version of "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida"-Iron Butterfly
2349 UTC Lady announcer with electronic TCS ID (Signal seemed to drop out at this time to almost unlistenable! Weak for several minutes, but picked up at 0000 UTC with "Ride My See Saw"-Moody Blues (S5 now and above the noise :))
0003 UTC "Living Thing"-ELO
0007 UTC "Telephone Line" Hmmm "Hold On Tight"-ELO (I'm getting deep fades and then S5 peaks)
0011 UTC "You are listening to the Crystal Ship on the TCS Relay Network", then
               "Court of the Crimson King"-King Crimson
0019 UTC "Roundabout"-YES
0028 UTC "Time"-Pink Floyd
0036 UTC "Love Is Like Oxygen"-The Sweet
0042 UTC TCS echo ID, followed by "Jungleland"-Bruce Springsteen
0050 UTC "Nights in White Satin"-Moody Blues
0058 UTC "TCS echo ID", then Lady with electronic voiced email address
0059 UTC Spanish Ladies-Man singer
0101 UTC "We Want the Airwaves"-Ramones
0103 UTC A bit of piano composition then OFF

10827
Radio Mushroom here at 2333 UTC with S8 signal on 6930 KHZ USB playing "LA Woman"-Doors
2334 UTC Man announcer with "This is Radio Mushroom"...something burning...too many googlewatts... radiomushroom@gmail.com
2335 UTC "Come Together"-Beatles
2339 UTC Man announcer with "You are listening to Radio Mushroom broadcasting from a nuclear reactor near you"....in addition to the smoke...bells and whistles going off...we create a mushroom
2340 UTC "Barracuda"-Heart
2344 UTC Man announcer with "This is Radio Mushroom"...We're going to skedaddle...one more time... radiomushroom@gmail.com
2345 UTC OFF

Had to post this late as I was downloading some music with my dial up connection! Thanks for the show Radio Mushroom op! I'm going outside now to see if there are any ominous looking mushroom clouds outside :o

10828
QSLs Received / MUSTANG RADIO "Test" eQSL
« on: March 22, 2015, 1712 UTC »
Thank you very much Herman! Nice graphics on this 8)

10829
Michael Brown, the keyboard player and songwriter whose brief tenure with the Left Banke produced the band's classic hits "Walk Away Renee" and "Pretty Ballerina," has passed away at the age of 65. The news was reported on the band's Facebook page by bassist Tom Finn, who wrote, "It's my unfortunate duty to inform you that our leader Michael Brown died this morning." Brown's cause of death has not been shared yet.
As The Oregonian's obituary for Brown notes, his time with the Left Banke was short and turbulent; although he was the primary songwriter for the group's 1967 debut album, Walk Away Renee / Pretty Ballerina, he left prior to the release of 1968's cobbled-together Left Banke Too, contributing to the quick dissolution of a once-promising band whose admittedly minor commercial success would eventually be eclipsed by the influence its baroque-pop sound has continued to exert over scores of younger acts during the ensuing decades.
Brown - who was just 16 when he co-wrote the group's biggest hit - continued to perform and record in the years immediately following his departure from the Left Banke, working with the band Montage and joining up with bassist and singer Ian Lloyd to form Stories, scoring a No. 1 hit with a 1974 cover of Hot Chocolate's "Brother Louie." The late '70s brought a single self-titled effort from Brown's next band, the Beckies.
The Left Banke reunited without Brown in 2011, although he resurfaced to join them on a handful of occasions: Brown's return to the stage in 2012 for a rendition of "Pretty Ballerina" that marked his first public performance with the band since 1967.



10830
Tuned in during the Pabst Blue Ribbon commercial at 0130 UTC. Fair to good signal here tonight Renegade! Thanks for the Troggs, the Monkees and the Kinks tunes :)
0206 UTC Thanks for shoutout Renegade op!
0227 UTC OFF

Thanks for the oldies show this evening Renegade! :)

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