How about the outro theme? Did you notice that he's not singing any actual words?I heard the WKRP theme the other day and never really took the time to appreciate what a fantastic drum groove it had.
The closing theme, "WKRP In Cincinnati End Credits", was a hard rock number composed and performed by Jim Ellis, an Atlanta musician who recorded some of the incidental music for the show. According to people who attended the recording sessions, Ellis didn't yet have lyrics for the closing theme, so he sang nonsense words to give an idea of how it would sound. Wilson decided to use the words anyway, since he felt that it would be funny to use lyrics that were deliberately gibberish, as a satire on the incomprehensibility of many rock songs. Also, because CBS always had an announcer talking over the closing credits, Wilson knew that no one would actually hear the closing theme lyrics anyway.
I remember in the past, your personal insights on recording for TV were rather eye opening, Dave.Wild Wild West - brush solos - Joe Porcaro!!