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== Comments ==
 
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* Near the end of this song is an aural collage of shortwave radio noise. Morse, teletype, and various data signals can be heard including a radio modem (called the Harris RF-5710) used by hobbyists and naval military services.
 
* Near the end of this song is an aural collage of shortwave radio noise. Morse, teletype, and various data signals can be heard including a radio modem (called the Harris RF-5710) used by hobbyists and naval military services.
* "[[Slow This Bird Down]]" is pilot jargon for reducing speed during a landing.
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==Samples/Lyrics==
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==Trivia==
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* "Slow This Bird Down" is pilot jargon for reducing speed during a landing.
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==Videos==
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==External Links==
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==References==
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[[Category: Released tracks]]
 
[[Category: Released tracks]]
 
[[Category: The Campfire Headphase tracks]]
 
[[Category: The Campfire Headphase tracks]]

Revision as of 04:06, 27 June 2013

Slow This Bird Down
Running time 6:09
Appears on The Campfire Headphase
A 1970's airliner.

Comments

  • Near the end of this song is an aural collage of shortwave radio noise. Morse, teletype, and various data signals can be heard including a radio modem (called the Harris RF-5710) used by hobbyists and naval military services.

Samples/Lyrics

Trivia

  • "Slow This Bird Down" is pilot jargon for reducing speed during a landing.

Videos

External Links

References