Tunes that remind you of pirate radio

Discuss & sharing nostalgia relating from the pirate stations of the 60s up to modern day inactive stations.
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Re: Tunes that remind you of pirate radio

Post by FMEnjoyer » Thu May 05, 2022 11:51 am

Interesting Joy radio that freq rings a bell.. do you have any info were they from SE London by any chance using low power?

edit ... amazing !!! It is the lost station I was wondering about for years thanks for reminding me. I allways remember the slightly odd frequency.

http://www.joyradio.co.uk/about.html

I think I phoned them once and they said they were using about 5W and a ground plane antenna around New Cross area and the details check out. They seemed like a friendly bunch of people running that. Always nice to recall the past and be reminded. They got out really well for the power.

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Re: Tunes that remind you of pirate radio

Post by FMEnjoyer » Sat Jun 18, 2022 3:42 pm

Imagine kicking back and chillin with a cuppa on a Sunday afternoon this tune could be on the radio......






There was a type of housey cross over rave type tune with a soulful thing going on as well.. this is a goody.. late 80's and early 90's was a hotbed of great burgeoning electronic music in many styles... your soul boy could be a raver and your rare groover a house person and your happy hardcore raver could like something else.... so much good music to discover and a dial rammed from 87.5 to 108 full of interesting music. Tune ID request >> ? wahimbaaaaa wabimbaaaa un wa yoooooyyyyy wahimbaaaaaaaah wahimbaaaaah like an african chant with a melody... bassline was...... de dade deda de deda de

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