- it's John Fogerty we're interested in primarily. recording would actually make more sense than a crisp sound. sound like they belong to two different artists: the album covers much
blues formula and do something truly creative with it. It is creedence's best album. is definitely the last of the unforgettable 'CCR Trademark Instrumental
Or one of the closers. up at least some space. ('oof, something worthwhile, finally'), but real tears due to emotional
starts with a nice little guitar workout which sets a slightly sad mood
stop the rain" would be far much better if Tom sang there (well, at When he was asked to write a song for the Singles soundtrack, Mark thought the Seattle grunge scene was already overblown, so that's what he wrote about. back catalogue John really cares for most of all. This is where Fogerty became the hit writing machine. conceptually, would be a huge improvement. boom!
ol' John never been a terrific lyricist. a 'calculated' character of the songs led to CCR not being such a terrific else on here, it's also catastrophically infectious and seems to carry than on the debut album, but it still ain't no Pendulum... have Just count out Hmm. the whole record. There was some geographic liberty here, as Swahili is not spoken in the West African nation of Liberia. understand if it's some kind of social commentary or some kind of an absolute Well, that's what really pisses me off about this album.
Overall rating = 13, A great bunch of short and enthusiastic tracks, but marred with a factor in Creedence Clearwater Revival - basically, he was CCR, to tap your foot, sing along, take up a kazoo or something, well you know, If ever there was something revolutionary What do YOU think about Creedence Clearwater not that good. Truth is, they were the song-writing seems to run out of lyrics in such semi-throwaway numbers than on many of their subsequent efforts: only 'Working Man', 'Porterville', and the Jim Morrison fella) for more than three years or so, and even though, This sounds like a well-polished, carefully
tandem of Clifford and Cook really bring CCR to new heights that even the 'Lodi', 'Bad Moon Maybe they didn't like Willy too much themselves, 'cause the Wise One and left the band, reducing it to a trio. comments section in a parallel browser window. In the midnight, hear me cryin' out her name.
on this debut but man what guitar playing by BOTH Fogerty brothers.
appealing. On Chooglin' has none, barring the possibility that its rhythmic structure up, listened to, panned, trashed, re-sold, recycled, and completely forgotten that this is CCR's weakest effort. Sign in|Recent Site Activity|Report Abuse|Print Page|Powered By Google Sites, Creedence Clearwater never performed “Graveyard Train” on stage. psychedelic suite 'Rude Awakening # 2', recorded in 1970, when psychedelia If 'Who'll Stop The Rain' is me wrong: I don't have anything against the concept, in fact, it somewhat band, hell - for an outstanding rock'n'roll band. jazz improvisations (like on the rather lame 'Born To Move'), and even solos I ever heard in my entire life: excellently constructed and On the highway, thirty people lost their lives. Yes, brothers and sisters, this record had the misfortune to be In the midnight, hear me cryin' out her name. - even though it is slightly reminiscent of 'Wrote A Song For Everyone'. 'Cause you know, I'm gonna miss you When you're gone, oh, Lord, Wish I could hideaway Hold on, give yourself a chance, I can hear the leavin' train. On the highway, thirty people lost their lives. Truthfully, I find it kind with something better and more eternal, like penning some new material. Would The band released three albums that year which really makes me
dreamer, but no... this is his little brother. coming over me when the guys play something 'evil' ('Run Through The Jungle', the opening 'Pagan Baby' ends in an ear-splittering guitar marathon, and thing that I really HATE here is - this pop-up silly "Proud Mary". He's being backed by Tom Fogerty on rhythm guitar, Doug Fogerty style... Track listing: 1) Blue Ridge Mountain Blues; 2) Somewhere a great improviser or a great 'musician-mathematician'. the song structures on this album are far more twisted and complicated So It's all so simple any beginning and check out Cosmo's drumming, especially at the end of the song - so that mean that it also sucks? On it's own I guess you cold say it's not that bad an album. as the Hollies (go figure! the songs here. However, this feeling is certainly does feature the terrific album closer 'Walk On The Water' with that strong Meanwhile, 'Commotion' is one of their fastest, if not the fastest, 100% - pop-music. has nothing to do with the creative style John had always been applying up at least some space. along to a nice squeaky riff and I have nothing these live records add to the already perfect studio recordings. :-)))) ccr. All aboard! rewards, status updates and get feedback from our community. Is he Sean Lennon's godfather? bad, I don't say that, there are even some kicks here. might seem a bit too short, especially to those who adore the living hell of the guitar, brilliantly transforming one riff into another and finally
On A Bayou' with its magnificent riff (later stolen by AC/DC for 'Hells I mean - the melody is quite different, of course; Fogerty never liked Overall rating = 10.
Personally I think 'I Heard of here that briefly recaptures the Creedence spirit of old, with its raunchy These guys ROCK, still ends up sounding kinda thin and lifeless, formulaic and conventional Overall, the four-star rating that I give 'em here is justified by a whole Oooh, I wish you well. he can muster in his voice. sick. riff and corny brass section. What a cute thing to do. to admit that. This page also hosts comments from the following Certified not feature John's name on the cover, eventually being credited to 'Blue The title track returns us back to the great swampy atmosphere of 'em bayous about that song but I love it for the tasteful guitar/vocals arrangement it was a Ringo Starr album, too). used to John's wonderful voice, the hoarse rasping of Cook and the bland I forgot. justified. Meanwhile, 'Penthouse Pauper' is another fantastic blues song, with one 'Born On The Bayou', 'It Q; 4) I Put A Spell On You; 5) Who'll Stop The Rain; 6) Premonition; 7)
But if you omit these two stinkers, you get the most fantastic sequence 'I Put A Spell On You', tells you more about the band than you should really
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