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Author Topic: RML, 0410 utc, Feb. 22, 6925 u  (Read 1118 times)

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RML, 0410 utc, Feb. 22, 6925 u
« on: February 22, 2014, 0416 UTC »
I have a very very faint copy on the Red Mercury Labs tonight. Just heard the Captain ID after playing Riders on the Storm.

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Re: RML, 0410 utc, Feb. 22, 6925 u
« Reply #1 on: February 22, 2014, 0418 UTC »
I just left the radio on after Blues Traveler and I can hear faint music underneath. Maybe Emerson, Lake, & Palmer? I think I'm hearing keyboards along those lines. Talk at 0414, but really weak. I posted this separately, but deleted it & am reposting here. Must be RML.
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Re: RML, 0410 utc, Feb. 22, 6925 u
« Reply #2 on: February 22, 2014, 1217 UTC »
Last evening, listened to this after turning off the PC just before hitting the sack. 0401 UTC with "Baker Street"-Jerry Rafferty...then something about..."appreciate everything you're doing", into "Riders On the Storms"-Doors. I wrapped it up during the Doors....thanks again RML guy!
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Re: RML, 0410 utc, Feb. 22, 6925 u
« Reply #3 on: February 22, 2014, 1429 UTC »
Also heard here with a faint signal on the SDR recording.
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