Creedence Clearwater Revival - Best of (CD)

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An excellent compilation from one of the finest American bands of the late '60s and early '70s with influences based in Blues, Folk and roots music, songwriter John Fogerty and the boys caught the attention of millions of listeners who wanted something simple and soul-stirring to forget the horrors of the Vietnam War and the tumultuous late '60s. This collection feature 24 of CCR's finest, all of them a Rock classic, including "Bad Moon Rising," "Proud Mary", "Lodi" "Have You Ever Seen the Rain" and many others.

Product Details

2 Jun 2008
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Audio CD
Universal Int'L
Number of Discs
  1. Bad Moon Rising
  2. Born On The Bayou
  3. Proud Mary
  4. Travelin' Band
  5. Have You Ever Seen The Rain
  6. Green River
  7. Down On The Corner
  8. Lodi
  9. Fortunate Son
  10. Lookin' Out My Back Door
  11. Run Through The Jungle
  12. I Put A Spell On You
  13. Susie Q
  14. Sweet Hitch-Hiker
  15. It Came Out Of The Sky
  16. Who'll Stop The Rain
  17. I Heard It Through The Grapevine
  18. Hey Tonight
  19. Cotton Fields
  20. Long As I Can See The Light
  21. Molina
  22. Hello Mary Lou
  23. The Midnight Special
  24. Up Around The Bend
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Creedence Clearwater Revival

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Creedence Clearwater Revival (often known as "CCR") were an American rock band, active 1967–1972, formed by John Fogerty (Vocals And Guitar), Tom Fogerty (Rhythm Guitar), Stu Cook (Bass), and Doug "Cosmo" Clifford (Drums). Despite being from San Francisco, California, the band's music usually invoked imagery of the American South.

John Fogerty, Stu Cook, and Doug Clifford initially joined forces in 1959 as The Blue Velvets and later backed John's older brother, Tom, as Tommy Fogerty and the Blue Velvets. The group later changed their name to the Golliwogs and released several unsuccesful singles. In 1967, they changed their name to Creedence Clearwater Revival and John Fogerty took total control of the group. CCR was extremely prolific, releasing 6 albums and various singles between 1968 and 1970. However, the other members of the band chafed under John Fogerty's domination and in 1971 it was announced that Tom Fogerty had left the band. CCR made one more album, 1972's "Mardi Gras", as a trio. In the wake of Tom's departure, John, responding the other members' requests to have more say in band matters, stipulated that both Cook and Clifford had to contribute equally to the writing and recording. The album was poorly received and CCR subsequently split.

In the years following their split, the animosties between John and the other members grew. When the group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 1993, John infamously barred Cook and Clifford from the stage (Tom had passed away in 1990). In 1995, Cook and Clifford formed Creedence Clearwater Revisited.
  • Doug Clifford
  • John Fogerty
  • Stu Cook
  • Tom Fogerty