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Selected Jingle Related Guestbook Entries from 2003

Greetings from the Vancouver area in British Columbia, Canada. I am a collector of stickers from radio stations worldwide. I have a sticker which I believe to be from somewhere in the U.K. that I, nor other sticker collectors cannot identify. It looks quite old, maybe 60's-70's (?). All it says is "COUNTRY RADIO" (in white) over a large red star. The star kind of resembles the old Texaco Oil logo. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
Daniel Sys <dsysca@yahoo.ca>
Vancouver BC - Thursday, October 2, 2003 at 05:12:02

a great site, 60 & 70s are real back in your mind...... Greetings Leon.
Leon Dorsey <leon@rocksoundradio.tmfweb.nl>
woerden, u NL - Friday, September 26, 2003 at 22:44:34 (CEST)

Dear Norman: I was doing a little aimless wandering and tripped across an article on about.com that led me to a link page that led me to your site.WOW! What a piece of work! Consider it bookmarked and forwarded to others. One question.. How can I get a copy of the Gwinsound WBQW package. I worked at the Q when this package was used and even did some reedting on it to create a few more jingles for air, and found out the sad fate of the stations master copy. Someone was looking for a production tape, saw the reel on a shelf and bulked it!!!!.Seeing that the once mighty Q is now quite literally a parking lot for a chicken processing plant, I think it would be great to get a chance to hear the old package again. I will be back lots. Frank Burke
Frank Burke <DJPwrplay@aol.com>
USA - Friday, June 27, 2003 at 16:36:00 (CEST)

Hello Norman, I was looking for an old Pepper Tanner jingle ("Doing our thing") we use to play on the station I worked CJVI 900 AM in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 1969'ish, going thru Google and WOW, there's a link to your site.... Incredible, we heard so many stories about these pirate ships and I want to express my thanks and appreciation to you for putting together a Great web site! The pics are fantastic!!! Wow! Hey, I'm overjoyed... You have certainly put a lot of time and effort into this and it is such a treasure being able to share with everyone. Thank you so much. I just let a buddy know about your site, his name is Ted Wendland, he operates a web site called Puget Sound Radio Guide http://www3.telus.net/radiofan/ I will also be letting others know about your site.... Warmest regards, Michael (Mike) Easton
Mike Easton <meeaston@shaw.ca>
Canada - Friday, June 27, 2003 at 16:29:51 (CEST)

Great Site Norm!
Reece Porter
USA - Tuesday, June 17, 2003 at 01:54:33 (CEST)

Hi Norman Just like to thank you for the very interesting site I was searching initially for some ILR jingles from the 80s but I'm just about old enough to remember pre Radio 1 The history of the Pirates would make a good topic for Discovery Channel, C4 etc Mark Aston
Mark Aston <astonmp@hotmail.com>
Glasgow, Scotland - Sunday, June 08, 2003 at 00:46:42 (CEST)

I am a Jingle collector with many quality jingles of demo's and full packages from PAMS, JAM, TM, Heller, CRC, Ross Productions, Spot, Top Format, Pors,and lots more. I would be pleased to trade with fellow collectors on DAT,MD or CDR. Thanks
albert <pleijsier@home.nl>
., Holland - Sunday, January 05, 2003 at 17:58:48 (MET)