|On TV's The Odd Couple (1973) Click on this or any picture to enlarge.|
|Here's a border blastin', oldie but a goodie: XERB Super Soul 21 record survey from May 1969. At the time, Wolfman had a 3hr. pre-recorded show that was re-broadcast three times a day.|
|Wolfman will be the final judge as to whether Tony Randall's song is any good.|
Here's a fresh XERB mix. Wolfman's talking to "Nancy" on the phone as he segues into an oldie but moldy from 1956, SHA-BOOM by The Crewcuts with a little wild American Graffiti craziness thrown into the middle for added flavor.
|Wolfman got to keep the call letters, X-E-R-B but the Mexican owners kept the station's frequency and facilities and renamed it X-E-P-R-S. This survey is from 8/20/1971.|
|X-PRS Funky Forty for the week of 2/19/1972. Two months later Wolfman left "The Mighty 10-90" forever and began a new phase of his career as an international superstar. To hear a recording of his voice on his final night on XEPRS click this link: WOLFMAN SAYS GOODBYE|
- Freedland, Nat. November 27, 1971. Wolfman Jack Creates Jesus Rock Show. Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.
- L.A. Baby Boomer's Rewind Den. Station Record Surveys. Retrieved 2/13/2014: http://lababyboomersrewind.blogspot.com/p/hodge-podge-of-stuff.html
- The Odd Couple TV series. (1973) [Screenshots of Wolfman Jack]