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Author Topic: Old Time Radio - 6770 AM - Sep 25 2015 - 0037 UTC  (Read 1370 times)

Offline Mentholyptus

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Old Time Radio - 6770 AM - Sep 25 2015 - 0037 UTC
« on: September 25, 2015, 0154 UTC »
Solid S9, not too noisy mostly, copyable 90% of time

0037, Jack Benny prgm in progress. Topic: Jack wants his corny song published
0039, Lucky Strike quartet
0048, OM sings ballad
0051, Dennis Day cameo
0056, Jack sings his corny song
0058, Lucky Strike ad, Rexall ad
0100, Rexall presents Phil Harris/Alice Faye Show
0110, YL sings "I'm In Love With A Wonderful Guy"
0116, Harris sings "Let's Choo Choo Choo To Idaho"

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« Last Edit: September 25, 2015, 1041 UTC by Mentholyptus »
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Re: Old Time Radio - 6770 AM - Sep 25 2015 - 0037 UTC
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2015, 0159 UTC »
Despite using OTR as my primary propagation indicator, I seldom listen to their programming ... but when there is so little traffic on 43m, and their signal is coming in so unusually strong, they get my undivided attention!

Returning a Sinpo of 31343 tonight on this side of the "pond"

Thanks for (nearly always) being there, Guys ... even if most nights you're just a carrier spike on the display.
Just another disenchanted radio ham, first licensed in the 1970's, returning to his roots.