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Author Topic: WDOG 6925 USB 2136 UTC 6 Nov 2021  (Read 1744 times)

Offline bcoggs

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Re: WDOG 6925 USB 2136 UTC 6 Nov 2021
« Reply #15 on: November 06, 2021, 2245 UTC »
2243 Ride my see saw - moody blues.

fading into the noise..

and out.

Thanks for a perfect moment.

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Re: WDOG 6925 USB 2136 UTC 6 Nov 2021
« Reply #16 on: November 06, 2021, 2251 UTC »
Tuned in at 2250utc on Barrington Hills IL sdr, fair S7 to S9 signal with moderately fast selective fading, song "white room", dog howling with WDOG ID then song "Mrs. Robinson", dogs barking, old British pop song that I don't know, song "revolution", dogs howling at 2303utc then off.     
« Last Edit: November 06, 2021, 2304 UTC by William Hassig »
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Re: WDOG 6925 USB 2136 UTC 6 Nov 2021
« Reply #17 on: November 06, 2021, 2329 UTC »
2041utc 6975usb Nov 6 2021 heard 60s music deep in the noise could not make it out. SNIPO 22322
2148utc Music fading in and out.
2151utc Mighty Quinn. signal just listenable for now.
2153utc WDOG ID then music. SNIPO 33333
2156utc Dogs barking, ID, new song
2159utc signal took a dive into the noise
2202utc WDOG ID just audible then static/noise
2207utc Dogs barking. fade out
2226utc music deep in the noise
2228utc WDOG ID into 60s rock tune I couldn't name. SINPO 33333
2231utc Song Lady Madonna
2233utc The Doors Hello I Love You
2235utc more fades
2241utc can hear Moody Blues down in there.
2252utc someone talking dogs barking, then song Mrs. Robinson tough to here but there.
2259utc "Revolution"
2302utc Dogs howling and nothing after that.

Tough conditions for me. Listening on an R75 and about 50ft wire running through my apt in Madison Wi, on the isthmus. Fix that soon I hope.
Thanks for the show WDOG and its good to be back listening to pirates after 10 years off!

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Re: WDOG 6925 USB 2136 UTC 6 Nov 2021
« Reply #18 on: November 07, 2021, 0034 UTC »
Signal good for about 15 minutes then took a sharp nosedive and became unintelligible.

2232-2248:

"Spooky," Classic IV
"Lady Madonna," Beatles
"Hello, I Love You," Doors
"Dance To The Music," Sly and the Family Stone
OM announcer
"Horse," Cliff Nobles with WDOG ID and howling dogs overlaid
 "Ride My See-Saw," Moody Blues
OM announcer says "Love the pirate radio" and beatboxes
"Mony Mony," Tommy James
Signal dives in the noise, OM announcer is speaking but cannot copy

THANKS for the show!

Recording:
https://archive.org/details/wdog-6925-usb-2232-utc-6-nov-2021
« Last Edit: November 15, 2021, 0019 UTC by Blue Max »
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