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Offline Zoidberg

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Dead Cat Radio 6925 USB, mostly instrumentals
« on: May 03, 2009, 0806 UTC »
5/3/09 - Very tough catch, unusually weak signal for DCR, barely audible 'til end with clear ID.
6925 USB
Since 0536z, hearing very faint music. As of 0604z only able to make out what sounds like keyboards, possible synth or piano, or possibly vibes. Only occasionally audible.
0610z: Woman vocalist just audible during brief signal peak, then faded.
0619z: Male vocalist again, doesn't sound like rock or pop music, more like ballad or possibly musical movie/theatre soundtrack.
As of 0630z, off or completely faded out. Signal never budged the S-meter, no ID heard. Seemed like an interesting music selection, just not quite strong enough here.
0640z: Back? Sounds like fiddle - reel, jig, something Celtic. Still right in the noise level.
0720z: Clear DCR ID after long instrumental music, mostly fiddle playing. "You've been listening to Dead Cat Radio" YL voice ID.
(N. Central TX - Palstar R30C w/ fugloop)
That li'l ol' DXer from Texas
Unpleasant Frequencies Crew
Al: Palstar R30C & various antennae
Snoopy: Sony ICF-2010
Roger: Magnavox D2935
(Off-air recordings.)


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