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Creedence Clearwater Revival: The Concert

Audio Samples

>Born on the Bayou
>Green River
>Tombstone Shadow
>Don't Look Now
>Travelin' Band
>Who'll Stop the Rain
>Bad Moon Rising
>Proud Mary
>Fortunate Son
>Commotion
>Midnight Special, The
>Night Time Is the Right Time, The
>Down on the Corner
>Keep on Chooglin'

Track List

>Born on the Bayou
>Green River
>Tombstone Shadow
>Don't Look Now
>Travelin' Band
>Who'll Stop the Rain
>Bad Moon Rising
>Proud Mary
>Fortunate Son
>Commotion
>Midnight Special, The
>Night Time Is the Right Time, The
>Down on the Corner
>Keep on Chooglin'

Album Notes

Creedence Clearwater Revival: John Fogerty (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Tom Fogerty (guitar, background vocals); Stu Cook (bass, background vocals); Doug Clifford (drums).

Recorded at the Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California on January 31, 1970. Includes liner note by Stanley Booth.

Digitally remastered utilizing the 20-Bit K2 Super Coding System by Shigeo Miyamoto (JVC Studios).

This is a hybrid Super Audio CD playable on both regular and Super Audio CD players.

Creedence Clearwater Revival: John Fogerty (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Tom Fogerty (guitar, background vocals); Stu Cook (bass, background vocals); Doug Clifford (drums).

Recorded at the Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California on January 31, 1970. Includes liner notes by Stanley Booth.

Creedence Clearwater Revival is widely regarded as one of the most electric and exhilarating live rock & roll acts of all-time, and 1980's THE CONCERT is one of rock's finest live albums. Originally released as LIVE AT THE ALBERT HALL 1970, the album was quickly recalled and re-titled THE CONCERT when it became known that the concert was in fact recorded live at the Oakland Coliseum in California, not at England's famous Albert Hall. Nonetheless, you couldn't ask for more from a live Creedence disc--at nearly an hour in length, it represents all of the hits (as well as a few key album tracks), and the selections all shine in a live setting.

An opening rendition of the swamp-rock classic "Born on the Bayou" shows the band slowing the tempo a bit, creating a killer groove in the process. Soon you realize how many timeless classics John Fogerty and company created--"Green River," "Who'll Stop the Rain," "Proud Mary," and "Down on the Corner" are all prime CCR. In a live setting, the anti-Vietnam "Fortunate Son" is even more venomous than the studio take, while the nine-minute jamfest "Keep on Chooglin'" closes the album on a high note.



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