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Selected Jingle Related Guestbook Entries from 1999-2000

Thanks, Norman. A really great site. Good to hear PAMS jingles in original form. Looking forward to updates. L.A. Pete.
Pete <Pete_Olsen@excite.co.uk>
stockport, cheshire UK - Sunday, November 19, 2000 at 00:39:24 (GMT)

Love the free jingles keep 'em coming. You've gotta be the best Free radio site going, Rock onSteve
Steve Cole <stephen.cole@ntlworld.com>
WGC, UK - Friday, November 10, 2000 at 20:14:04 (GMT)

Belated thanks to Don and those other wonderful guysentertataining this 14 yr old living in Southport in the 60s.Those simple jingles from 'Hank' and the 'lovely'interuptions... Great natural warm hunour. Remember morning radio was silent...was
andy.martin <and.mart@bushinternet.com>
UK - Sunday, October 15, 2000 at 21:21:47 (BST)

You've got a great website keep up the good work for all of us jingle collectors.
Brian Jones <brian.jinglejones@virginnet.co.uk>
UK - Tuesday, September 19, 2000 at 22:16:57 (BST)

Nice to find an old piratecolleque on the internet
Bert Bennett <b.wijfjes@rtvoost.nl>
UK - Wednesday, August 16, 2000 at 09:50:42 (BST)

I know how much you love Pepper Tanner Jingles, but do you have a copy of the old Reachin Out Touchin You package? Also they had a package that had a cut that had the line "In Your Bathing Suit We Think Your Cute, WDLR."A friend of mine used to have a copy of it, but has lost it (the old in your bathing suit......). I don't recall the package name, but it may have been Double Exposure. This guy knew I was searching out old jingle packages and wondered if someone had a copy of this. In Columbus OH, two stations used Reachin Ou.. Touchin You at about the same time, Heritage WNCI and dark WBBY.
Chris Johnston <cjohnston@prodigy.net>
USA - Friday, August 11, 2000 at 14:59:37 (BST)

Hi norman, im looking for some of the old northsound radio 1980's stuff, can u help in any way??? or anyone else for that matter???ANDREW WATSON
andrew watson andrew@jingles-uk.zzn.com>
aberdeen, UK - Wednesday, July 12, 2000 at 16:25:05 (BST)

Did you know Mark Lawrence who wrote "wouldn't you really rather have a buick?" That was my dad.If so, call me 706-653-9459
David lawrence <editor@strategicnews.com>
columbus, ga usa - Wednesday, July 05, 2000 at 06:40:51 (BST)

Hello Norman,Great site!Please add to your jingle site the Caroline North news jingle use during early 68.greetingsPaul de Haan
Paul de Haan <p.dehaan@castel.nl>
Groningen, Holland - Wednesday, June 28, 2000 at 00:04:59 (BST)

Love the new pages, Norm ! Nice feel to them and loads ofcontent (unlike a lot of stuff on the web.)
Geoff Rogers geoff@anorak.org>
London, UK - Tuesday, June 27, 2000 at 16:45:29 (BST)

Love your site. I'am a jinglefreak so I love to hear all those old jingles from Veronica and the others.Keep up the good work
Edwin Hoegen <edwin@radio3fm.com>
Silvolde, The Netherlands - Monday, June 26, 2000 at 11:42:33 (BST)

Great site!Keep up the good work!Charles.
Charles van Doornewaard <cdoornew@yahoo.co.uk>
Amsterdam, NL - Monday, June 26, 2000 at 00:38:24 (BST)

This is a fabulous site. I remember being fascinated by Nik Cohn's descriptions of Radio London and Radio Caroline. When I bought "The Who Sell Out" I was amazed that the offshore broadcasters used American radio jingles which were in use in my own hometown.I always held the idea that I was being screwed out of something because I was unable to listen to these legendary frequencies. How ironic that it turns out American Top 40 radio was the model for the offshore efforts! I would encourage anyone who loves the highly successful sound of Top 40 formatted radio to investigate an online museum dedicated to preserving the sounds of that era. Go to: www.airchecks.com to find out more. Thanks for your great audio files and... Ta! Sterling Shields
Sterling Shields
Minneapolis, MN USA - Tuesday, June 13, 2000 at 22:43:48 (BST)

If you remember Capital Radio 604, then you'll love this site.http://www.Capital604.com.We've got jingles, Bill Mitchell drop ins and idents, interviews, videos and more.
Craig Johnston <craig@capital604.com>
Durban, NTL ZA - Thursday, June 08, 2000 at 14:51:49 (BST)

Love your site. Brings back a lot of memories behind the board. Spent most of my DJ life as Scott McGregor in the late 60'sand early 70's (college student) at WKSP in SC. A friend andI even built a 50 watt AM pirate station in the early-60's...sounded great with borrowed WXYZ PAMS jingles. Finally had to get a "real" job though.In your collection you list a PAMS set for WKSP(Kingstree, SC).I had a copy from the master years ago, but lost it along the way. Would love to get a copy of the set for WKSP and WTMA (Charleston). Wish I had some of the old PAMS demos to trade with you, but no such luck. Let me know if there is any way I might get a copy of thesets below:PAMS 72/00/00 40 WKSP SUPERB MONO PAMS ONE LINER WKSP SUPERB MONOPAMS 18 WTMA SUPERB LT/RV PAMS 62/00/00 18 WTMA SUPERB LT/RV PAMS 62/00/00 18 WTMA SUPERB MONOYou have put together one neat web site....Keep on keeping onHope to hear from you.Thanks,Larry
Larry Duke <dukelc@bellsouth.net>
Columbia, sc US - Thursday, March 23, 2000 at 22:31:21 (GMT)

BARRY JOSEPH <barryjoseph@clara.net>
london, UK - Friday, March 17, 2000 at 21:16:48 (GMT)

Wow what a great site and collection of Jingles you have! Iam envious! I've always loved jingles-even before I got into radio myself! I am going to tell all my radio friends about your sitee! Thanks!
Jay Schneider <SkipperJS@netzero.net>
boston, ma usa - Saturday, February 05, 2000 at 20:52:58 (GMT)

I was a Radio Caroline and jingle fanatic and have just recently come across your site and the Kenr site. I love the PAMS jingles. Cheers.Ray
Ray <rnf@globalnet.co.uk>
UK - Saturday, January 09, 2000 at 12:02:12 (GMT)