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Author Topic: Wolverine Radio 6925 U "Home" theme  (Read 1238 times)

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Wolverine Radio 6925 U "Home" theme
« on: November 28, 2010, 0301 UTC »
On at 0239z.

0239z Walking My Baby Back Home
0242  Wondering When My Baby's Coming Home
0245  When My Man Comes Home
0248  Wolverine ID, I Feel Like Going Home
0251  Accusing Me of Going Home
0258  I Feel Like Breaking Up Someone's Home
0301  ID, I Want to Walk You Home
0304  Bring it on Home to Me
0306  Another version of Walking My Baby Back Home
0309  Daddy's Home
0312  ID, Darling Be Home Soon
0316  Homeward Bound
0319  I Can't Go Home
0320  ID, Can't Find My Way Home

Huge signal, S9+20 on peaks, great audio!

Thanks Wolverine!

Hmmm.  Was that Lex's request I heard at the end?

« Last Edit: November 28, 2010, 0430 UTC by textim »
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Re: Wolverine Radio 6925 U "Home" theme
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2010, 0309 UTC »
Since around 0300z: Heard Fats Domino "I Want To Walk You Home" and Nat King Cole "Walking My Baby Back Home"
0317z: Simon and Garfunkle "Homeward Bound", audible again after fadeout for a few minutes
0321z: Wolverine Radio ID, into "Can't Find My Way Home", sounds like Traffic/Steve Winwood version
0329z: Bluesy song I couldn't quite copy through fades, into Grand Funk Railroad "I'm Your Captain/Closer to Home"
0340z: Led Zep.  Brang it on home, bay-bee.
0355z: Wolverine ID and Fine Young Cannibals "Johnny Come Home" popped up thru the mud after a fade out.
0405z: Shawn Colvin "Sunny Came Home" just barely squeaking thru here, only recognize it from her distinctive vocals, can't hear music underneath.
0418z: SSTV audible but too weak to copy here.

SINPO=34422, only occasionally audible here since around 0245z, but with stronger peaks after 0300z.  The usual great audio quality when it peaks above the mud here, just puny propagation lately.

Hiya, Wolverine: if you happen to be checking in here, how 'bout Talking Heads "This Must Be The Place"?

Alas, signal faded out completely by end of show, but thanks to WEAK's excellent audio clip I could hear my request.  Thanks, fun show as always!
« Last Edit: November 28, 2010, 0637 UTC by Lex »
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Re: Wolverine Radio 6925 U "Home" theme
« Reply #2 on: November 28, 2010, 0349 UTC »
Recording been rolling since about 0250Z, signal becoming loud & steady in VA

ID @0342z after Led Zeppelin "Bring it on home"

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