Thoroughly enjoyed your website... You have done a wonderful job. Brings
back a lot of memories of my time on the Olga Patricia, looking accross
the water at the Mi Amigo. It was an exciting time for music and radio.
Frank Laseter aka Larry Dean <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mooresville, NC USA
Norman, I was really pleased to find your page. I was the program director
of Radio England in 1966. I would love to get a download of the Spot "That
Man" series that I had done....especially the jock logo's. Incidentally,
the "pinching" of jingles was mostly started by Radio Caroline
and Radio London. We, at SRE, had two Pams packages, but we didn't expect
that the other pirates would act like "pirates" and filch them
off the air while we were doing transmitter checks. Best regards, Ron
Norman over the years so many things accumulated I don't even know what
is out there. For example, were you familiar with the escape format that
was built as a beautiful music automated service? It had a great deal
of actual custom recorded original music that I never hear about. Is the
XMAS countdown with my now deceased sister still around? We would have
to look around . I remember recording some jingles for a biscuit company
in the U.K. but you probably have that. Keep in touch and we'll both search
around and see what can be found if anything. I am very gratified to see
what lengths people are going to in order to keep my father's dream alive.
Not reading all you have, did want you to know that I worked for PAMS
from'63 through '76 and recorded mucho material for the mother ship. Of
coursedid all the other stuff including Radio 1 and 2. All for now Bruce
Hello, Norm! Please take a look at http://www.pams.com for some interesting
new information about PAMS! Best regards, Jonathan Wolfert President JAM
Creative Productions, Inc. PAMS Productions, Inc.
Bart van Gogh
email@example.com - Hi I ve been on that same ship for a couple of weeks
in 1977. These days I m a composer producer of station ID s. Since 1983
I work for Top Format Productions in the Netherlands. That s one of the
reason I never have time to listen to all the old tapes that I recorded
when I was just a collector ... But I still have a lot of them.&linksite
- jingle.wise.nl - You must have A HELL LOT OF TIME making up so many
web-pages. But it s nice that somebody does it Saving the good memories
on a harddisk
I produced several jingle packages with John and Mary at JAM in Dallas
back in the early 80s for a 50K AM and 100K FM I worked for then. It was
always a great experience and using the 7-voice group was just fantastic.
The singers were so cooperative and blew me away every time. Your site
brought back some great memories....Remember Pepper & Tanner in Memphis?
[Norman Barrington's note : Well they did try!] Went there to get jingles
cut back in the 70s.