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Author Marty Sanchez (1 year)
Khj 93 am boss radio

Author Tyrone Thompson (6 years)
boss radio forever!

Author videoholic2007 (8 years)
GREAT stuff!! As a jingle collector and radio buff, I really appreciate
this kind of stuff! Check out some of my radio videos posted on YouTube -
videoholic2007

Author TheRokjok (1 year)
Classic Top 40 Radio ..... Jingles, Jocks, Breaks, Hitz ...... Real Radio
The Way I Think It Should Be Done ..... RokJok

Author luridplanet (5 years)
Never cared for "boss radio", but the talent of the people who made and
performed the jingles was amazing

Author Ross Ewage (2 years)
I think 'Boss Radio' would work even today. but if you're too young to
remember when it ruled the AM dial back in the late 1960s and early '70s,
google "The Nine Tape" and you get a pretty good idea of how bad
small-market radio sounded back in the early and middle l960s. Boss Radio
just eliminated all the useless clutter and streamlined the top 40 format.

Author frankp3 (4 years)
@Glinkaism1 The Drake jingles were recorded by The Johnny Mann Singers. I
believe at RCA studios in LA.

Author Joseph Frederickson (8 years)
Somebody must have a compilation of the famous Hit Parade 68 and 69
packages. Drake syndicated them to radio stations all over the U.S. This is
a terrific compilation right here and they would add to it.

Author Jeff Missinne (2 years)
Being that it's the Johnny Mann singers on these tracks, is it safe to
assume that's Thurl ("Tony the Tiger") Ravenscroft as the bass voice in the
chorus?

Author writeroffthelake (6 years)
CKLW - a big part of my adolescent summers at Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio and
in the winter back in Western Pa, when the weather was good and it was late
at night, I could usually draw in CKLW.

Author lrd9999 (2 years)
1:30 Is this what they played when the DJ had ordered Chinese take-out?

Author nanlisa (6 years)
I definitely remember CKLW. I used to pick it up at night right here in
Philly. WIBG went off the air in 1977. It then became WZZD, which first
featured the top songs of that day (the late 1970's), and it then switched
to religious programming in 1980. It is now WNPT with Dennis Prager, Laura
Ingram, and Rush Limbaugh. Besides WFIL, I used to listen to WIBG as well.
We used to have WIBG on the school bus every morning.

Author Tyrone Thompson (5 years)
one more drake station, WMEE 1380 fort wayne, in.

Author luridplanet (5 years)
Some call letters are a real mouthful to put to music lol

Author juan bptoe (6 years)
Grew up listening to the "Lucky 13" as a kid...and later worked there in
the mid 70's...

Author Terry7111967 (6 years)
You forgot one more Drake/Chenault clone: KUDL/The Big 138/Fairway(Kansas
City). KUDL-FM is still around as an A/C station with Delilah at Night.

Author RetroJoe66 (8 years)
Very cool! Another great imitator was 1050 CHUM, Toronto.

Author wildbilltexas (6 years)
Thanks for the KAKC jingles, I listened to them in 1974-7 before they
switched to MOR.

Author Roger Wilco (1 year)
What a racket! One basic catchy no-brainer jingle with donut. Same thing
used by PAMS. You will not see the singers of these jinglalos getting
residuals or driving pink Cadillacs. I know my truthful comments exposing
this scam will never be posted. But I did so anyway.

Author pinchas barry goldstein (5 years)
cklw at 3.12 was the best detroit/ windsor/cleveland/toledo

Author scbieber (6 years)
Wow... I grew up listening to 93 KHJ. This sure brings back memories.

Author Loren Mike Lundy (2 years)
Had to be Thurl. He worked often with Johnny Mann. He did TONS of work for
Disneyland and Disney World. Live hosting all summer for the Laguna Beach
Pageant of the Masters. I was privileged to sit in the booth with him one
night, then a personal tour backstage during intermission. And TONY THE
TIGER was classic Thurl. What a kind and wonderful and gentle and talented
man. (After his passing, the North American voice of Tony is performed by
LA radio and wrestling announcer Lee Marshall.)

Author leatherjaymannnn (8 years)
Absolutely Boss! I love it! Thanks for puttin it HERE!!

Author luridplanet (4 years)
KOL in Seattle had the Boss Radio format, but it wasn't as successful as in
most cities

Author videoholic50sto70s (5 years)
Exactly right!! I have an aircheck of CKLW-FM from 1986 when they tried to
duplicate thier famous "Big 8" format (and it flopped!) when they used this
hour ID.

Author Tyrone Thompson (6 years)
that KSTN was 2005, also used a combination of the CKLW top of hour
fanfare, and then, after "and the hits just keep on comin," used a jingle
made by Gwinsound, also used for WTRY

Author Loren Mike Lundy (4 years)
CHICENMAN was certainly not created at CKLW. "The Big 8" may have leased
CHICKENMAN from creator Dick Orkin at WCFL. His "Famous Radio Ranch" is now
in the Sherman Oaks area of the City of Los Angeles. Orkin is still going
strong, according to last reports, and he deserves the credit--along with
several others--for creating and producing CHICKENMAN at WCFL.

Author biggfred999 (6 years)
WIBG was not Drake Chenault. It was a clone, consulted by Paul Drew, an
ex-employee of Drake's. There were many other clones out there as well.
Also, by the late 60's, just about any radio station could buy the jingle
package.

Author Don Hurley (7 years)
wiping the tears from my eyes...cool shit!

Author themightyjaybird (2 years)
Where's the famous 20/20 news sounder>

Author Ken Fisher (4 years)
Love the Drake jingles, however I do take issue with KSTN being labeled an
imitator. In reality, Boss Radio and the Bill Drake genius was given birth
@ KSTN Stockton. A real imitator (and a poor one) was KAFY Bakersfield.
They had the jings and not much else. There was no true understanding of
the Boss Radio format. I worked for both. Bakersfield is where the "whole
world would agree, I was no Dave Diamond, and never would I be".

Author ChuckJPC (4 years)
It is in Windsor, Ontario ...eh.

Author juan bptoe (6 years)
I got a chance to work at 13/KYNO back in the early 70's...which was great,
cause I grew up listening to the "Lucky 13" as a kid...Got a chance to work
with Mike Novack, John Berry, Kris Van Kamp and Danny Romero...also worked
for the rival station, KMAK...those were the days...

Author nanlisa (3 years)
I listened to KHJ when I was last in Los Angeles back in 1983. It's a
pretty good station.

Author newhotman1001 (3 years)
I was a DJ at WJIM in Lansing, MI. while at MSU on the weekends. Our
jingles were similar but not quite the Drake jingles. I did try to emulate
the Big 8 (CKLW, the Motor City) jocks as closely as possible. We had the
Sound Power survey (I don't know if anyone else used it or not) and after
the news at 5 minutes after the top of the hour the jingle would say, "DJ's
name, WJIM plays power sound and it would countdown 10,9,8,7,6,5,5,5" and
you would play the no.5 song of the week. Grew up w/Big 8.

Author Mingowildcat (6 years)
What a thrill to hear the KAKC jingle! Wow. Thanks.

Author djjas79 (7 years)
Such a great sound. Thanks for posting this!!

Author bbruti (1 year)
The jingle at 1:17 is not from the Drake packages, it is in fact one of the
stager IDs from the TM "You" series. "You" was often aired on competing
stations opposite the Drake station. Also since the basic station call
letter motive is too short to copyright there were many packages from other
producers (even PAMS) that had cuts very similar to the Drake sound - some
of these are also on this montage. Lots of good memories - too bad radio
lost its soul to the great coin in the sky.

Author ChuckJPC (6 years)
Bill Drake passed away Nov 30, 2008.

Author GREG GOLDEN (3 years)
Love this stuff. Most of the jingles are good quality. When I used to
collect this stuff in the 1960's, I could only get AM airchecks, never very
good. Thanks for the collection.

Author John Wheeler (3 years)
A middle KHJ jingle (legal ID/Los Angeles) isn't Drake, it's the TM You
campaign by Dick Hamilton. The rest are, tho... .

Author 10TVMan (7 years)
Awesome. I has inspired me to get out some of my old collections and post
them.

Author Mike Smith (2 years)
WIBG-Philadelphia, The Big 99, was a FAKE-Drake station. It was owned by
Storer Broadcasting in Miami, and not by RKO-General, as were the other
Drake stations. WIBG was programmed by Paul Drew, Drake's national Program
Director, in his capacity as an independent consultant.

Author ChuckJPC (4 years)
Noted, having known Dave Diamond (KFRC, KBLA) and Barry Shane (Salberg) of
KSTN

Author Tyrone Thompson (5 years)
KCMO FM was kinda doing a drake-style jingle clone at once!

Author khj93play (4 years)
Every time I hear this famous jingle it takes me back to my younger days in
Palms California. I still have those weekly surveys from "Boss Radio" 93
KHJ!

Author opt toadopt (4 years)
OMG, I love your post. These jingles remind me of the Hi-Lo's style. I love
the way that they tone it down, when singing the name of the city.

Author CanadaguyRudey (4 years)
@tubemaster2703 and the HITS keep on coming. TheBIG8- listened to it as a
kid inWindsor

Author luridplanet (6 years)
Does anyone know who did the jingles for KJR-Seattle? They had a totally
different treatment than PAMS, Drake or Johnny Mann

Author Wayne Sandifer (4 years)
WOR-FM,,NEW YORK!

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