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One of my favorite songs and my favorite CCR song for sure. Enjoy.

 
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My favorite, Born on the Bayou:
 



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Run Through The Jungle"
 
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Oh yeah, groovy-ass motherfuckers.
 
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A pretty good live set from 1970. They cover their hits in the first 30 minutes, then cut loose. Also, note the size of Doug Clifford's hi-hat cymbals.

 
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They do my favorite I Put A Spell On You



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They do my favorite I Put A Spell On You

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His politics are stupid, but God, I love Fogerty and especially CCR.



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Their version of Heard it Through the Grape Vine is my favorite.

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Too many great songs to mention. They were never my favorite band, but I couldn't count how many of their songs I like. That says a lot.
 
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Quite a bit before my time, but I certainly do like me some CCR. Have you ever seen the rain is my favorite song of theirs, but enjoying the thread Big Grin




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Stuck in Lodi again is one of my favorites. It was one of the first songs I learned to play on the guitar.


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Oh yeah, groovy-ass motherfuckers.

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Indeed. And that voice.

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All of the above listed are great. I also liked "Proud Mary" and "Long As I Can See The Light". Nice sax solo in the later.
 
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I was a big CCR fan. I remember seeing them in concert when I was still in high school.
 
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Lot of good ones. My favotites were "Down on the corner" and "Looking out my backdoor". Of Fogerty's solo work, I like "Center field". Reminds me of my brief grade school baseball career .
 
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A lot of good songs from Fogerty & Company. I always liked Ramble Tamble from the Cosmo's Factory LP, and their version of Cotton Fields and Effigy from Willy and the Poor Boys LP. Always partial to the single: Sweet Hitch-Hiker.


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