SIZE. Album Indeed, 7 of the album's 11 tracks turn up on Chronicle, CCR's best hits collection. It was also covered by The Egrets, The Supersonics [BR], Per-Erik Jonsson, Tomas Nicholas and other artists. For me Creedence was like sitting on a time bomb. It’s kind of hard to believe that the full sounds of “Fortunate Son” and “Have You Ever Seen the Rain?” were produced by the rock counterpoint of just four dudes. Fogerty retreated from music again in the late 1980s but returned in 1997 with the Grammy-winning Blue Moon Swamp. Creedence Clearwater Revival first charted 9 years after their formation or first release. Fogerty's explanation for not playing CCR material was that he would have had to pay performance royalties to copyright holder Zaentz, and that it was "too painful" to revisit the music of his past. I was alone when I made the arrangements, I was alone when I added background vocals, guitars and some other stuff. 2, and No. 5:20 PREVIEW Green River (Live) 2. "[18], In 1966, John Fogerty and Doug Clifford were conscripted into the U.S. armed forces; Fogerty joined the U.S. Army Reserve while Clifford joined the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve. The band's songs rarely dealt with romantic love, concentrating instead on political and socially conscious lyrics about topics such as the Vietnam War. The band consisted of lead vocalist, lead guitarist, and primary songwriter John Fogerty, his brother rhythm guitarist Tom Fogerty, bassist Stu Cook and drummer Doug Clifford. English. 30 and the band's emphasis on remakes of their old favorites continued with "Night Time Is the Right Time. written by [Unknown] Mark Deming of AllMusic.com suggests that this song is about the shifting focus on idealism that started around 1970. This song game track pack includes 12 song game tracks at a discounted rate over individual purchases. It was also covered by The Supersonics [BR], Tomas Nicholas, Gary John Barden, Per-Erik Jonsson and other artists. [citation needed] Fogerty also would contribute only rhythm guitar to his bandmates' songs. And with a couple of exceptions he refused to play Creedence songs on stage. L-R: Tom Fogerty , Doug Clifford , Stu Cook , and John Fogerty . 15 Song Chart Appearances. Creedence Clearwater Revival tabs, chords, guitar, bass, ukulele chords, power tabs and guitar pro tabs including bad moon rising, down on the corner, born on the bayou, cotton fields, commotion He traded me the 45 single "Travelin' Band"/"Who'll Stop The Rain" for another record,don't remember what it was. [14] Rolling Stone ranked them 82nd on its 100 Greatest Artists of All Time. These members had played together since 1959, first as the Blue Velvets and later as the Golliwogs. These songs are exactly the same. The Class of 1970: ‘Cosmo’s Factory’ by Creedence Clearwater Revival. Down On The Corner 2:46 4. Creedence Clearwater Revival first charted in 1968. "[37], In May 2013, Fogerty once again said he would be open to a reunion, but he does not see Cook and Clifford being willing to change their stance. "[30] The sales of Mardi Gras were weaker than previous albums, ultimately peaking at No. [40][41] In an NPR interview, Fogerty objected to what he regarded as a misuse of his music: Folks will remember Forrest Gump and that was a great movie, but they don't remember all the really poor movies that Fantasy Records stuck Creedence music into: car commercials, tire commercials. Revisited continues to tour globally performing the original band's classics. Quantity: Cart updated. Maximum quantity available is 15 Add to Cart Out Of Stock Online. It was the first time we were in a real Hollywood studio, RCA's Los Angeles studio, and the problems started immediately. The other guys in the band insisted on writing songs for the new album, they had opinions on the arrangements, they wanted to sing. Arts & Entertainment . written by John Fogerty Travelin' Band On February 19, 1987, at the Palomino Club (North Hollywood) in Los Angeles, Fogerty broke his self-imposed ban on performing CCR hits. The result was eight million-selling double-sided singles in a row and six albums, who all went platinum. [40] In this case, the advertiser eventually stopped using the song, as Fogerty related in a later interview: Yes, the people that owned Fantasy Records also owned all my early songs, and they would do all kinds of stuff I really hated in a commercial way with my songs. Editors' Notes This almost overwhelming set of tracks situates Creedence Clearwater Revival as one of America’s most powerful hit-producing machines, and with good reason: The John Fogerty-led band were masters. Anyway, I have been a fan since then. The band returned to Wally Heider's San Francisco studio in June to record Cosmo's Factory. According to Song Meanings and Facts, Creedence Clearwater Revival's famous anti-war tune "Fortunate Son" is sung from the perspective of a less privileged youth who cannot afford to evade the US draft. In the spring of 1971, John Fogerty did an about-face and informed Cook and Clifford that CCR would continue only by adopting a "democratic" approach: each member would now write and perform his own material. Listen to the radio, Talkin' 'bout the last show. Yeah ! The band also recorded its January 31, 1970, live performance at the Oakland Coliseum Arena, which would later be marketed as a live album and television special. Travelin Band: 10. A big part of this dvd is John Fogerty solo when he plays both solo songs and Creedence songs. ", Months later, during April 1969, "Bad Moon Rising" backed with "Lodi," was released and peaked at No. In August 1970, Creedence Clearwater Revival started a nine-week run at No.1 on the US album chart with their fifth studio album, Cosmo's Factory, named after the warehouse in Berkeley, California, where the band rehearsed. The single "Proud Mary," backed with "Born on the Bayou," reached No. Creedence Clearwater Revival originally released Travelin' Band written by John Fogerty and Creedence Clearwater Revival released it on the single Travelin' Band in 1970. January 1970, Cosmo's Factory In February, CCR were featured on the cover of Rolling Stone, although only John was interviewed in the accompanying article. 3) on the Hot 100 and on WLS.[29]. Proud Mary 2:50 3. Clifford also produced Groovers Paradise for former Sir Douglas Quintet and Texas Tornados frontman Doug Sahm. 3's, and two No. Well, I'm flyin' 'cross the land, Tryin' to get a hand, Playin' in a travelin' band. "Travelin' Band" is a song written by John Fogerty and originally recorded by Creedence Clearwater Revival. Realizing that it doesn't really kick up a big firestorm of emotion, it kind of suggests that at least if someone started talking I'd sit still long enough to listen. Well I'm flyin' cross the land tryin' to get a hand playin' in a Travelin' Band. According to Song Meanings and Facts, Creedence Clearwater Revival's famous anti-war tune "Fortunate Son" is sung from the perspective of a less privileged youth who cannot afford to evade the US draft. Other cuts on the Cosmo's Factory album included an 11-minute jam of the 1968 Marvin Gaye "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" (a minor hit when an edited version was released as a single in 1976), and a nearly note-for-note homage to Roy Orbison's "Ooby Dooby." "[36] However, Cook and Clifford both stated in the February 2012 edition of Uncut Magazine that they are not interested in a CCR reunion. Of particular interest was the use of his protest song "Fortunate Son" in a blue jeans commercial. Up Around the Bend: 11. Who'll Stop the Rain Creedence Clearwater Revival in 1968. Bandmembers' roles changed during this period: Cook switched from piano to bass guitar and Tom Fogerty from lead vocals to rhythm guitar; John became the band's lead vocalist and primary songwriter. Finnish, Jytäorkesteri tulee taas In the United Kingdom, "Bad Moon Rising" spent three weeks at number one on the UK Singles Chart during September and October 1969, becoming the band's only number one single in the UK. 2. Creedence Clearwater Revival - Cosmo's Factory Album Lyrics; 1. Lookin' Out My Back Door: 5. Travelin' Band ; 16. Who'll Stop The Rain ; 17. The album was a critical failure, considered by critics to be of inconsistent quality and lacking in cohesion. On November 16, 1969, they performed "Fortunate Son" and "Down on the Corner" on The Ed Sullivan Show. Includes Guitar Recorded Versions (with TAB) for Voice, range: B4-F#6 or Guitar 1, range: E3-F#6 or Guitar 2 or Guitar 3 or Guitar 4 or Strum in F# Major. They also founded Factory Productions, a mobile recording service in the Bay Area. About Travelin' Band "Travelin' Band" is a song written by John Fogerty and originally recorded by Creedence Clearwater Revival. For music credits, visit www.rockband.com. 160. "I had my garage band all through junior high and high school, and a semi-recording career, meaning I made my first record when I was in the ninth grade. 2 singles without ever having had a No. At first, the remaining members considered replacing him but ultimately continued as a trio. Availability. EN. [citation needed] Rejected contenders for the band's name included "Muddy Rabbit," "Gossamer Wump," and "Creedence Nuball and the Ruby," however the last was the starting point from which the band derived their final name. Tom Fogerty died at his home in Scottsdale, Arizona in September 1990 of an AIDS complication, which he contracted via a tainted blood transfusion he received while undergoing back surgery. 14, respectively, by year's end. Pages PUBLISHER. Four tracks from the event (out of a total of eleven) were eventually included in the 1994 commemorative box set Woodstock: Three Days of Peace and Music. I'm remembering a paint thinner ad at one point, the song "Who'll Stop the Rain." Creedence Clearwater Revival, usually abbreviated as CCR (though die-hard fans often prefer simply calling them "Creedence"), was a very popular rock band of the '60s and '70s.Like Lynyrd Skynyrd and The Allman Brothers Band, CCR helped define the Southern Rock genre of the era — this in spite of the band actually hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area. Single I think the call [laughs] would maybe have to come from outside the realm. Tom Fogerty released several solo albums, though none reached the success of CCR. SKU: MN0109319 In 1986 he also released his second Warner Bros. album, Eye of the Zombie. [9], CCR disbanded acrimoniously in late 1972 after four years of chart-topping success. Born On The Bayou 4:46 4. The animosity among the band members has never been reconciled. 2 on the national Billboard chart. Creedence Clearwater Revival is the self titled first album by American band Creedence Clearwater Revival, released in 1968. Cook described the name as "weirder than Buffalo Springfield or Jefferson Airplane."[21]. Each member sang lead vocal on the songs written by that member. LENGTH. 2:41 PREVIEW Who'll Stop the Rain … Over the next 20 years he released three solo albums and had three Top 20 hits. The album was CCR in standard mode, featuring Fogerty originals and two reworked Lead Belly covers, "Cotton Fields" and "Midnight Special. ""[19], In 1967, Saul Zaentz bought Fantasy Records and offered the band a chance to record a full-length album. [20] According to interviews with band members twenty years later, the name's elements came from three sources: Tom Fogerty's friend Credence Newball, whose name they changed to form the word Creedence (as in creed); a television commercial for Olympia Brewing Company ("clear water"); and the four members' renewed commitment to their band. CCR's catalog of songs has frequently been used or referenced in popular culture, partly because John Fogerty signed away legal control of his old recordings to the band's record label, Fantasy Records. In 1973, John Fogerty began his solo career with the Blue Ridge Rangers, his one-man band collection of country and gospel songs. Few bands of the 1960s retained as much a sense of the roots of rock and roll as did Creedence Clearwater Revival. Zoom Zoom In Zoom Out. Creedence Clearwater Revival released its self-titled debut album on Fantasy Records in 1968. from "Live at Royal Albert Hall" 1970, previously unreleased photos and biography & discography Track 1.21 from original analog tape "The Official CCR-Mix" Both Clifford and Cook played on the album which was released on Warner Bros. in 1974. Cook, however, held an opposing view, saying, "The performances are classic CCR and I'm still amazed by the number of people who don't even know we were one of the headliners at Woodstock '69. Since Fogerty had traded his rights to CCR's songs in 1980 to cancel his remaining contractual obligations, Fantasy now owned the rights to "Run Through the Jungle" and sued Fogerty essentially for plagiarizing himself. "[38] In September 2017 Clifford again ruled out any chance of Cook and himself reuniting with John, restating, "It would have been great twenty, twenty-five years ago. [1], CCR's musical style encompassed roots rock,[2][3] swamp rock,[4] blues rock,[5] Southern rock,[6] and country rock. Himself: Twisted Tales", "John Fogerty: 'I had rules. Add to Wish List. It's not an original observation, but as the 1960s turned into the 1970s, there was no band more adept at updating the energy of 1950s rock'n'roll into a modern context than Creedence Clearwater Revival was. A I want to move; E playing in a travelin band, yeah B Well, I'm flying cross the land, A trying to get a hand; B E playing in a travelin band E E7 Take me to the hotel, baggage gone, oh well; E E7 come on, come … Creedence Clearwater Revival is the self titled first album by American band Creedence Clearwater Revival, released in 1968. Share this product: Zoom. 12, though it still became the band's seventh consecutive studio album to be certified Gold. The band initially consisted of lead vocalist, lead guitarist, and primary songwriter John Fogerty; his brother, rhythm guitarist Tom Fogerty; bassist Stu Cook; and drummer Doug Clifford. Several years later, the label released a live recording entitled The Royal Albert Hall Concert. Someone got excited, Had to call the state militia. The single's flip side, "Hey Tonight," was also a hit. But for John Fogerty and his band mates, it was another typical Creedence album. I guess we achieved half of that, becoming rock 'n roll stars. In the end, he refused to work for the label. Clifford continued to perform and record with Sahm through the 1980s. In 1964 they signed with Fantasy Records, an independent jazz label in San Francisco. English, Matkasoittajat An unapologetic throwback to the golden era of rock and roll, they broke ranks with their peers on the progressive, psychedelic San Francisco scene. $36.99. And of course I was the one who should do it. # #-----# Travelin Band chords Creedence Clearwater Revival Capo II * B A E E E7 737 coming out of the sky, E E7 oh, won't you take me down to Memphis on a midnight ride? It's not something I'm actively seeking, but I'm not totally against the idea either. John, seeing that Zaentz was no longer involved with the company, also signed a new contract with Concord/Fantasy. written by Juice Leskinen Either this [the new album] would be a success, something really big, or we might as well start working at the car wash again. Creedence Clearwater Revival, also referred to as Creedence and CCR, was an American rock band which recorded and performed from 1968 to 1972. Creedence broke up. Playin' in a travelin' band Here we come again on a Saturday night With your fussin' and your fightin' won't you get me to the rhyme I want to move Playin' in a travelin' band Yeah Well, I'm flyin' 'cross the land, tryin' to get a hand Playin' in a travelin' band Playin' in a travelin' band Playin' in a travelin' band Won't you give myself a hand? Before You Accuse Me: 2. Creedence Clearwater Revival – Have You Ever Seen the Rain? Well I'm flyin' cross the land try'in' to get a hand playin' in a Travelin' Band. Actually it was recorded January 31, … So finally the bomb exploded and we never worked together again.[32]. It was included on their 1970 album Cosmo's Factory. Using vintage equipment, highly refined talent and extreme attention to detail, the group is fronted by Jed Taylor, a 10 year veteran of paying tribute to John Fogerty’s work in CCR. Hal Leonard Corporation. "[24] John later complained the act that preceded them, the Grateful Dead, had put the audience to sleep; as John scanned the audience he saw a "Dante scene, just bodies from hell, all intertwined and asleep, covered with mud. Written by lead singer John Fogerty, this song is all about the hectic lifestyle of Creedence Clearwater Revival and their road warrior ways. [35], When asked again in October 2011 about the prospect of a reunion, he said: "I'm saying it's possible, yeah. But he was repeatedly involved in increasingly acrimonious lawsuits with Fantasy Records and its owner Saul Zaentz. The band toured both the U.S. and Europe that Summer and Autumn, with Cook's song a part of the live set. 11), and its only Top 40 hit not written by John Fogerty. recalled the song. Never say never is I guess is what people tell you. rated up by paul516 . The pair were barred from the stage, while John played with an all-star band that included Bruce Springsteen and Robbie Robertson. ", Cosmo's Factory was released in July 1970, along with the band's fifth and final No. John Fogerty later commented on the demise of CCR in a 1997 edition of the Swedish magazine Pop: I was alone when I made that [CCR] music. Label: Craft Recordings - CR00131,Fantasy - 0888072049376 • Series: Mastered At Abbey Road Studios - Half Speed Mastering • Format: Box Set Compilation, Numbered, Special Edition 7x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered Half-Speed Mastering • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Southern Rock, Rock & Roll, Swamp Pop . By 1968, AM radio programmers around the U.S. took note when CCR's cover of the 1956 rockabilly song[20] "Susie Q" received substantial airplay in the San Francisco Bay Area and on Chicago's WLS-AM. After Revival came out on the Fantasy label in October 2007 but before his following album Blue Ridge Rangers Rides Again (a sequel to his 1973 album) was issued in 2009, Fogerty switched from Fantasy to his own label, Fortunate Son Records, distributed by Verve Forecast Records. [26] The song ultimately topped out at No. So my position got stated very well in the newspaper, and lo and behold, Wrangler to their credit said, "Wow, even though we made our agreement with the publisher, the owner of the song, we can see now that John Fogerty really hates the idea," so they stopped doing it. [27], In April 1970, CCR were set to begin their first European tour. PLEASE NOTE: Rock Band game disc is required to play song game tracks. Their set was not included in the Woodstock film or soundtrack because John felt the band's performance was subpar. 1. I couldn't decide between it or "Cosmos Factory" which contained "Travelin' Band and Who'll Stop The Rain". Junior high school friends Doug Clifford and Stu Cook continued to work together following the demise of CCR both as session players and members of the Don Harrison Band. More Books by Creedence Clearwater Revival See All. Ramble Tamble: 8. After the release of their debut album, Creedence Clearwater Revival, AM radio in the US started to pick up on their version of Suzie Q, the 1956 song by rockabilly star Dale Hawkins. It has been awarded 10x platinum, indicating it has sold over 10 million copies. instrumental, Rock 'n' roll band Following a relatively long period of musical inactivity, Cook and Clifford formed Creedence Clearwater Revisited in 1995 with several well-known musicians. For their debut album, see. The album was their biggest seller and went to No. Cook and Clifford, who had wanted more input in CCR's artistic and business decisions, resisted this arrangement. Long As I Can See the Light: 4. 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