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Author Topic: 6925u @0145z, Wolverine Radio  (Read 962 times)

Offline TX Ears

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6925u @0145z, Wolverine Radio
« on: January 30, 2010, 0151 UTC »
Been listening awhile, good sig, SNO 343. 

0145-1052z eclectic funky music, none I recognized...

0155z Wolverine Radio ID, then repeated w/ echo

Scottie 2 SSTV;

                       "SNAKEFARM
                    Wolverine Radio
                Songs From My Funeral"

off air

//pls eQSL



« Last Edit: January 30, 2010, 0258 UTC by TX Ears »
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Re: 6925u @0145z, Wolverine Radio
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2010, 0216 UTC »
SIO 444

Good signal at first into deep fades later on in the show.

Lotta music which I didnt reconize a single song.

0155 Double ID, 2nd one with echo into SSTV.

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Re: 6925u @0145z, Wolverine Radio
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2010, 0216 UTC »
Another great theme show from Wolverine Radio: Anna Domino's "murder ballads" album with Snakefarm, Songs For My Funeral

1/30/10
6925 USB
0117z: Wolverine Radio ID and "Testing 1-2-3" by Barenekkid Wimmins.
0125z-0155z: Tracks from Snakefarm Songs For My Funeral.  Jazzy torch song version of classic "Frankie and Johnny", "John Henry", "Banks of the Ohio", "Hush-a-Bye", others.
0132z: Wolverine ID, jussst barely audible during fade
0155z: Wolverine Radio ID w/ echo/repeat fx

SINPO - 34223, good peaks, lots of fades, competing with heavy local RFI.  Good punchy audio as always from Wolverine.

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