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Clap For The Wolfman

You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Guess Who. Retrieved Australian Chart Book — illustrated ed.

St Ives, N. ISBN Single Top Hung Medien. Retrieved February 25, Retrieved 5 September Retrieved March 2, Archived from the original on October 9, Retrieved March 13, The Guess Who. Live at the Paramount. Somebody's Watching Me. Hunting for Witches. Bloc Party. David Sylvian. Frank Maudsley. Black Magic Woman. Peter Green.

I Put a Spell on You. Screamin' Jay Hawkins. Ghost Riders in the Sky. Devil Woman. To Beat the Devil. Kris Kristofferson. Clap for the Wolfman. Ghost Dance. Track Listing - Disc 2.

A Nightmare on My Street. Raising Hell. Rick Rubin. I Want Candy. Richard Gottehrer. The Time Warp.

Swamp Thing. Better Clap For The Wolfman Devil You Know. Deal with the Devil. Lil' Devil. Race with the Devil. Adrian Gurvitz. The Witch Queen of New Orleans.

Grateful When You're Dead. Norman Bates. The Ballad of Peter Pumpkinhead. Andy Partridge. The Devil Went Down to Georgia. Haunted House. Devil Song. Me and the Devil Blues. Clap For The Wolfman Listing - Disc 3. John Carpenter. Clap For The Wolfman Nightmare on Elm Street. Tubular Bells [From the Exorcist]. Mike Oldfield. The Shining. Rachel Elkind. The Thing. Ennio Morricone. Ave Satani [From the Omen]. The Fog. Nosferatu Overture: Omens of Nosferatu. The Storm [Bram Stoker's Dracula].

Wojciech Kilar. March of the Children [From Village of the Damned]. Humor columnist Dave Barry frequently refers to the song line as a source of comedic value, particularly in his book Dave Barry's Book of Bad Songs. Stephen King uses the word in his novel Lisey's Clap For The Wolfman. Tim Dorsey uses the word in his novel, Gator a-Go-Go.

It was the subject of the October 9, Over the Hedge comic strip. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Clap For The Wolfman 10,

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8 Responses to Clap For The Wolfman

  1. Bajas says:

    "Clap for the Wolfman" is a song written by Burton Cummings, Bill Wallace, and Kurt Winter performed by their band, the Guess Who. The song appeared on their album, Road brandez.biz song was ranked #84 on Billboard magazine's Top Hot songs of

  2. Kagakinos says:

    Clap for the Wolfman,He gon' rate your record highClap for the WolfmanYou gon' dig him till the day you die"Da Doo Ron Ron" and the "Duke of Earl"They were f.

  3. JoJonos says:

    On the first CD issue, the songs from side two of the original album were switched with the songs from side one. This means that it begins with "Clap for the Wolfman", rather than "Star Baby". The album was reissued on CD in by Iconoclassic with 2 bonus tracks.

  4. Dokora says:

    Wolfman Jack was born on January 21, in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA as Robert Weston Smith. He was an actor, known for American Graffiti (), Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band () and Motel Hell (). He was married to Lucy Lamb.

  5. Kazrataur says:

    He furnished his voice in The Guess Who's top 10 hit single "Clap for the Wolfman". Wolfman Jack was regularly parodied on The Hilarious House of Frightenstein as "The Wolfman," an actual werewolf disc jockey with a look inspired by the original The Wolf Man movies.

  6. Domuro says:

    star baby clap for the wolfman let it ride you 'aint seen nothing yet hey you lookin' out for number one takin' care of business lookin' out for number one i'm scared stand tall my own way to rock break it to them gently fine state of affairs you saved my soul.

  7. Mooguzshura says:

    Wolfman Jack frequently referenced the phrase and there is a sound clip of him using the line within the song "Clap for the Wolfman" by The Guess Who. The Pompatus of Love, a film starring Jon Cryer, featured four men discussing a number of assorted themes, including attempts to determine the meaning of the phrase.

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