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Year Package Name Length
April 1976 Logoset / Priority One 3:17


'Logoset / Priority One' cut in April, 1976 was the first JAM package used on WPGC and was ordered by Program Director, Jim Collins.

'Priority One' was originally produced in 1975 for WDIA in Memphis while 'Logoset' was the first JAM custom package cut that same year for WABC.

For a while, JAM utilized an actual WPGC aircheck of Jim Collins to demonstrate to other stations how they sounded in use on the air.


Year Package Name Length
1978 Positron 3:06

'Positron' was a custom package for WABC in 1977 and went on to become one of the most widely syndicated packages in JAM's history. Program Director, Dan Mason ordered it for WPGC in early 1978.



Year Package Name Length
1978 Express Pack (Demo) :25

'Express Pack' was another JAM collection from 1978, obstensibly for WQXI in Atlanta. The demo heard here also included cuts for WPGC, in the hope the station might order them. It didn't, perhaps because 'Positron' was so new on the station at the time.

Year Package Name Length
Aug. 1979 Specialty Cuts 2:28

'Specialty Cuts' from August, 1979 were not part of any particular package overall but intended as an addendum to existing ones in use at the time with cuts for specific usage such as morning show features like 'Day Off With Pay' and 'Boss Of The Day'.

Also included on this brief package was the widespread Hallelujah Choir's treatment of 'Elliott & Woodside' including deliberate outtakes on the latter's name.

At the tail of this set, listen for the Choir's similar treatment of 'Congressman Cottonpicker for President' that were cut early in 1980. The first two of these were the originals; the latter two were the re-sings with the accent on a different syllable.


Year Package Name Length
Dec. 1979 Christmas Kit 2:40

'Christmas Kit' from December, 1979 was actually cut for WABC in December, 1977 and was JAM's first holiday package. The cuts were used extensively during WPGC's annual '24 Hours of Christmas' special each year.


Year Package Name Length
June 1980 Whisper Chants :25

'Whisper Chants' from June of 1980 were used as quick drop-ins between songs to identify the station without interrupting the flow of the music. As the more-music battle with Q107 heated up, other cuts touting '30 Minute Music Sweep' and 'More Continuous Music, WPGC' were created. Likewise for the station promotion, 'Free Money Hi-Lo'.

Year Package Name Length
Sept. 1980 The Music Sounds Best :18

As Disco gasped it's last dying breath in 1980, 'The Music Sounds Best' was ordered by Program Director, Scott Shannon. As a stand alone cut, it may very well have been part of another JAM package out at the same time.


Year Package Name Length
Jan. 1982 Foxx & Theismann Shouts :06

'Foxx & Theismann Shouts' debuted in early 1982 when Elliott & Woodside bolted for Q107.


Year Package Name Length
Aug. 1982 Double Plus 5:03


'Double Plus', originally created for WYNY in New York premiered on WPGC in the fall of 1982 and coincided with the tragic change in format. Sadly, it was to be the last package ever ordered from JAM.


Year Package Name Length
Nov. 1982 Walker & Howe Shout :04

The 'Walker & Howe Shout' replaced the 'Foxx & Theismann Shouts' late in 1982 when Dude Walker & J. Robert Howe succeeded Dave Foxx & Joe Theismann in mornings.


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