PAMS JINGLES SERIES 27

I had become a jingle purist at the age of Consequently, WGH used no jingles for almost a year. You’ll notice quite a few alternate sings for some of these jingles. Part of the package was sung with the 7-voice “A” group, the other featured the younger “C” group. These cuts are very scratchy and come from an acetate disc salvaged by Phil Alley. WGH utilized cuts from both versions in and At one time I had masters of most of the WGH jingles, salvaged one night from the trash dumpster behind the studios.

Synergy is copyrighted by TM Century, Inc. I had become a jingle purist at the age of I found the master tape of these jingles in the fallout shelter production studio Calvert’s studio in the old Mercury Boulevard building in A musical instrument is played thru the device while the singer mouths the lyrics. WGH purchased and aired the package that same year. They were used on the air for about a year. WGH purchased cuts from both packages and began airing them in The package relied heavily on the Moog synthesizer.

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An alternate version of the package was released without the Sonovox and labeled Series B. WGH purchased and aired the package that same year. The package relied heavily on the Moog synthesizer. I had become a jingle purist at the age of There was also a B version and C, sefies contained additional cuts.

JINGLES PAMS SERIES 27 RADIO STATION WOOW 1340 GREENVILLE, NC

xeries I didn’t make a dub at the time. Each was named for the studio in which they recorded most often. This information comes from the PAMS.

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This package continued use of the WLS musical logo. Instead, he hired Terry Steele which in retrospect was a great move, because Terry was one of the best radio performers to ever come pamd Hampton Roads Management didn’t want to waste the money spent seriees the Dick Lamb jingle, so Norm was asked to change his name. Synergy is copyrighted by TM Century, Inc. Consequently, WGH used no jingles for almost a year.

This series introduced the famous sonovox pame to PAMS jingles. The package featured brief jingles and acappellas. This series was originally produced by PAMS in and was the second series to utilize the Sonovox. Not because of their production which was quite goodbut because they abandoned the station’s musical logo.

By the way, this is a pretty big file, so it might take a while jinges load. WGH purchased cuts from both packages and began airing them in I lost my masters and dubs of most of the WGH jingle packages in the mids.

Series 27, “Jet Set”, was produced in Part of the package was sung with the 7-voice “A” group, the other featured the younger “C” group. The WGH version included some Sonovox cuts. The Sonovox makes a musical instrument appear to talk or sing. WGH utilized cuts from both versions in and I found the master tape of these jingles in the fallout shelter production studio Calvert’s studio in the old Mercury Boulevard building in At one time I had masters of most of the WGH jingles, salvaged one night from the trash dumpster behind the studios.

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Program Director Jim Stewart had tried to convince General Manager Ambert Dail that the station needed to add reverb to pajs sound and that new jingles were needed.

He could have jingles or he could have reverb PAMS Series 18 was originally produced by the company in A musical instrument is played thru the device while the singer mouths the lyrics. The jingles were aired in There was also a B version which featured a more traditional vocal sound.

The resung cuts also have added singers and stronger harmonies than the originals. Former station engineer Dave Desler had a copy of those tapes and others he had saved over the years. It also contains a really bad city song for Tidewater. The name was inspired by the company’s new Track tape machine.