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Wolfmans Brother - Phish - Hoist

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  1. Phish – Wolfman's Brother Lyrics. from album: Hoist () Well it was many years ago now But I really can't be sure That's when it all began then I heard that knock upon my door And the wolfman's brother The wolfman's brother Came down on me The telephone was ringing It's the wolfman's brother.
  2. Jul 09,  · I love Phish! They are my favorite band for years. I had Hoist CD, but somebody stole it and I HAD to replace it. As much as I love seeing Phish live, their studio albums still rock with me. I can't say enough good things about this band. They are forever with me and my family. Phish-on!4/4(42).
  3. Phish - Wolfman`s Brother Lyrics. Well, it was many years ago now But I really can't be sure That's when it all began then I heard that knock upon my door And the wolfman's.
  4. Lyrics to "Wolfman's Brother" by PHISH: Well it was many years ago now / But I really can't be sure / That's when it all began then / I heard that knock upon my door / And the wolfman's brother / The wolfman's brother / Came down on me / The telephone was ringing / That's when I .
  5. Lyrics to 'Wolfman's Brother' by Phish. Well many years ago now I really can't be sure That's when it all began then I heard that knock upon my door And the wolfman's brother The wolfman's brother.
  6. The wolfman's brother The wolfman's brother The wolfman's brother Comin' down on me So with meaningless excitement and smooth atonal sound It's like a .
  7. And the wolfman's brother The wolfman's brother Came down on me The telephone was ringing That's when I handed it to Liz She said, "This isn't who it would be, If it wasn't who it is" It's the wolfman's brother, The wolfman's brother Came down on me So I might be on a side street Or a stairway to the stars I hear the high pitched cavitation.
  8. Jam section includes some early funk followed by a settled section which rebuilds into a rocking jam that opens up some before returning to the "Wolfman's" theme. Nothing like the monster versions from on, but an important one for establishing the funk -> release/rock -> return to "Wolfman's" jam structure for future "Type I" versions.

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