Friday, October 24, 2008
The Frantics - Werewolf
Here is another great creepy surf style Halloween instrumental by the frantics. the guys were from Seattle from 56 to 66. This tunes creepy vibe is totally enhanced by the spoken word intro and werewolf howls! The kids love this one!
Here is a great page that gives you the whole story Here:
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Blows my mind to think that someone is out there monitoring this shit...
Posted by Devil Dick at 12:06 AM
Labels: 1963, 45's, Halloween, Record Collecting, Werewolf
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Jerry Miller and Bob Mosley of the Frantics would go on to form Moby Grape. One of the few S.F. bands that much over rated era that were any good (at least on their first album).
I did not know that hound, much obliged!
My lady friend is a big Moby Grape fan!
Nice! I bought this a few years ago just to hear it, and it was on backorder forever. Worth the wait, though.
i always thought the frantics were the ventures but in the 80s i had them [the ventures] in my record shop in col springs and nokie told me they were a group that just happened to sound a lot like the ventures. notice the writing credits, "hodge" is on there, likely this was gary hodge of "not for love or money" fame. i wonder if gary was also a member of the frantics? anyway great stuff, ty very much --
i got this a couple years ago by Los Lobos, they were playing at a basement party in a chicago west side suburb when i was 15 (1960?)may still be online somewhere....
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