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Author Topic: 6925U Wolverine Radio 0200Z  (Read 2134 times)

Offline skeezix

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6925U Wolverine Radio 0200Z
« on: February 12, 2012, 0202 UTC »
2/12/2012

0200Z Signed on.
0200Z 55444 S9 ID "Wolverine Radio"
0200Z 55444 S9+10 Tommy Dorsey "There's Frost On The Moon"
0207Z 55444 S9+10 Benny Goodman "Winter Weather"
0210Z 55444 S9+10 ID "Wolverine Radio"
0210Z 55444 S9+10 Louis Jordan & Ella Fitzgerald "Baby, Its Cold Outside"
0212Z 45444 S9 Hank Williams "Cold, Cold Heart"
0215Z 45433 S8 Johnny Cash "Cold Shoulder"
0217Z 45433 S8 ID "Wolverine Radio"
0220Z 45433 S8 James Brown "Cold Sweat"
0223Z 55434 S9+10 John Lennon "Cold Turkey" (S9+10 to S8)
0228Z 35433 S7 ID "Wolverine Radio"
0228Z 35433 S7 Rolling Stones "She's So Cold"
0232Z 35433 S8 Stevie Ray Vaughan "Cold Shot"
0236Z 45434 S9 Little Feat "Cold Cold Cold"
0240Z 45434 S9 ID "Wolverine Radio"
0240Z 45434 S9 Bangles "Hazy Shade of Winter"
0243Z 55534 S9+10 Bruce Springsteen "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out"    
0246Z 55534 S9+10 Tom Petty "Out In The Cold"
0250Z 55434 S9 ID "Wolverine Radio"
0250Z 55434 S9 Gary Moore "Cold Day In Hell"
0253Z 45334 S8 Dave Steffen "Long Cold Rainy Night"
0259Z 55434 S9+10 Annie Lennox "Cold"
0304Z 55434 S9 ID "Wolverine Radio"
0304Z 55444 S9+10 SSTV
0305Z Off air.

Thanks for the show! Enjoyed it thoroughly.
« Last Edit: March 11, 2012, 0401 UTC by skeezix »
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Re: 6925U Wolverine Radio 0200Z
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2012, 0203 UTC »
Nice signal, and the usual nice SSB Audio. S7 in georgia.

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Re: 6925U Wolverine Radio 0200Z
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2012, 0204 UTC »
Just heard them come up with "Testing 1 2 3 can anybody hear me?"

They are literally pinning my s-meter here!
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Re: 6925U Wolverine Radio 0200Z
« Reply #3 on: February 12, 2012, 0205 UTC »
45444 here   IS, ID, “There’s Frost on the Moon”, “It’s Cold Outside”, “Cold, Cold Heart”, “Cold Shoulder”

Usual great signal and audio.

Thanks for the great tunes!

Cheers, Terry
« Last Edit: February 12, 2012, 0249 UTC by terry newfoundland »

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Re: 6925U Wolverine Radio 0200Z
« Reply #4 on: February 12, 2012, 0212 UTC »
0210 Just tuned in to an S9+20 signal  -- ID, "Baby It's Cold Outside", "Cold Cold Heart", "Cold Shoulder"
0217 "Ice Cold Baby", "Cold Sweat", "Cold Turkey"
0228 "She's So Cold", "Cold Shot", "Cold Cold Cold"  --  thanks for the Lowell George fix WR!

Thanks for another great show, Wolverine!

It ain't polite to waste moonlight on a cold shoulder...
« Last Edit: February 12, 2012, 0309 UTC by jFarley »
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Re: 6925U Wolverine Radio 0200Z
« Reply #5 on: February 12, 2012, 0214 UTC »
"Cold Cold Heart" by Hank Williams - now that's class!

Followed by "Cold Shoulder" by Johnny Cash ... I see the theme here ... as strong as they are at my location, I am guessing they're experiencing the same winter cold snap that I am.
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« Last Edit: February 12, 2012, 0217 UTC by zackers »
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Re: 6925U Wolverine Radio 0200Z
« Reply #6 on: February 12, 2012, 0233 UTC »
I tuned in to hear the Hank Williams then Johnny Cash tunes. Typical outstanding Wolverine wide SSB audio. Solid S-5 with no QSB. Great to hear you in noth Canada again!
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Re: 6925U Wolverine Radio 0200Z
« Reply #7 on: February 12, 2012, 0251 UTC »
Same heard here as noted by others, loads o' cold theme songs from Wolverine Radio.  I'm guessing that fur comes in handy this time of year. James Brown "Cold Sweat", John Lennon "Cold Turkey", Little Feat "Cold Cold Cold", SRV "Cold Shot", Springsteen "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out", others.
0303z: SSTV of snowy scene, good copy, will post later.

Consistently audible above the noise, roller-coastering from S2-S9.

Thanks for the cold shots.
« Last Edit: February 12, 2012, 0739 UTC by Lex »
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Re: 6925U Wolverine Radio 0200Z
« Reply #8 on: February 12, 2012, 0254 UTC »
Wolverine R. 6925 U, 0246, 2.12.12.  "Out in the cold", ID, cold day in h*** before I go back to you (nice blues).

S9 signal - cold and clear like the weather.
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