Te John, Grease, & Wolfman is the second studio album by Country rock artist Charlie Daniels, released in 1972. The name comes from the band members' nicknames. "Grease" was keyboardist Joel DiGregorio. Charlie Daniels was just "Charlie", sometimes, "the Fat Boy". It was released in 1972, courtesy of Kama Sutra Records.
Te John, Grease, & Wolfman received three and a half stars out of five from Michael B. Smith of Allmusic. Smith concludes that "Daniels rocks with the intensity of a downbound train on "Great Big Bunches of Love," and on his cover of the Jerry Lee Lewis chestnut "Drinkin' Wine, Spo-Dee-O-Dee." A true Southern poet, Charlie Daniels is seen here in the infancy of his artistic development, but even at this early stage, the poet is alive and well.".