Wolfman Jack

“Everybody talkin’ about the Wolfman’s confidence of love”.

With the release of the Wolfman movie, another wolfman is making a comeback – Wolfman Jack. But don’t

wolfman jack

Wolfman Jack

get confused… Wolfman Jack has nothing to do with the Wolfman movie, nor actually does Jack have anything to do with werewolves (aside from the fact that he sometimes howled on air (literally) and was very hairy). Wolfman Jack was actually a very popular DJ who spun records and did alot of “howling” into a radio mic in the 1960s and 1970s. His real name was Robert Weston Smith, and he actually became an inspiration in many songs, and even appeared in the George Lucas movie American Graffiti. Although he died in 1995, someone named “wolfwoman” will be reairing some of his original programming.

The Guess Who did a song honoring Wolfman Jack called “Clap for the Wolfman” which was a big hit in 1974. Wolfman Jack is featured and does some talking in parts of it… he’s the one with the gravelly voice.

Clap for the Wolfman …

Clap for the Wolfman
He gonna rate your record high
Clap for the Wolfman
You gonna dig him til the day you die

Do Ron Ron and the Duke of Earl
They were friend’s of mine
The highway’s on my moonlight drive
Snuggled in, said “baby, just one kiss”
She said “no, no, no”
Romance ain’t keepin’ me alive
I said “hey babe, do you want to coo, coo, coo”
She said “uh, uh, uh”
So I was left out in the cold
I said “you’re what I’ve been dreamin’ of”
She said “I don’t want to know”
(Wolfman Jack: “Oh you know, she was diggin’ the cat on the radio”)

Clap for the Wolfman
He gonna rate your record high



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2 Responses

  1. Värlôc says:

    There’s something similar to Wolfman Jack here in Michigan. Mack Kelley of Warren, MI. portrays a werewolf named Wolfman Mac. Kelley does skits and shows B-rated horror films. They mess up the original films so that they are tuned to comedic perfection. Total black and white movies.

    They recently moved to a different television station. I’m not sure what it is yet, but they do have a website. I’ll get that URL up as soon as I can. It came on at 12:00 midnight on My TV20 in the metropolitian area. It was a good show and still is. The full name of it is “Wolfman Mac’s Chiller Drive-in Movie.” You lycans out there may like it. (I don’t like the concept of a werewolf that they display, but the skits and movies are funny as hell.)

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