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Interesting find on You Tube
  • IanFIanF November 6
    Not bad....

  • IainJohnstonIainJohnston November 7
    Heck!
    Jingle collectors SING their favourite jingles (preferably inside their heads! ....er....don't we ?!?!?! )

    This chap plays them on his electric piano!
    He must have reverse-engineered the chords - fair enough!
  • Not bad at all! This person also remade the WCBS Newsradio 88 vocal donut originally done by the Axcess Group. The link to that video is below:


    Between his version of the Radio 2 jingle and the WCBS jingle, I think the Radio 2 remake stood out to me.
  • petewilsonpetewilson November 7
    That's good..
    But is that actually Jordan Bahr singing or an early edit of the original cut because it sounds like the full group on ending...…… :-?
  • IanFIanF November 7

    That's good..
    But is that actually Jordan Bahr singing or an early edit of the original cut because it sounds like the full group on ending...…… :-?



    I think Jordan stacked his voice at the end Pete. He did better than some production houses I could mention....

  • IainJohnstonIainJohnston November 7
    Heck!
    I've got a dub of those Axcess cuts ...somewhere...
  • petewilsonpetewilson November 10
    IanF said:

    That's good..
    But is that actually Jordan Bahr singing or an early edit of the original cut because it sounds like the full group on ending...…… :-?



    I think Jordan stacked his voice at the end Pete. He did better than some production houses I could mention....



    Is it just me that can hear the original JAM Vocal on the last syllable ("TWO") then?

  • Pete: I've compared Jordan's version of that Radio 2 jingle to the original one posted on another YouTube video somewhere, and I can safely say that the original JAM vocal was not added in on the last syllable you're wondering about.

    I hope this clears any confusion you might have about it.