Creedence Clearwater Upturn - Remastered Discography 1968-1980 [FLAC]

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Creedence Claerwater Resurrection — Remastered Discography 1968-1980 [FLAC]

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At a period when boulder was evolving away from the forces that had made the music possible in the first rather residence, Creedence Clearwater Resurrection brought things behind to their roots with their succinct mixing of rockabilly, swamp pop, R&B, and rural compass. Though the music of CCR was very much a sort elbow-grease in their solidly, punchy arrangements, their ghost was very much chanteuse, songwriter, guitarist, and ruler John Fogerty«s. Fogerty»s prototype compositions for Creedence both evoked continuing images of Americana and reflected withering public issues of the day. The band's mastermind was their proficiency to pull off this with the budgetary, primal power of a prototype rockabilly ensemble.

The key elements of Creedence had been woodshedding in bar bands for about a decade before their breakthrough to jingoistic sensation in the belated «60s. John»s older fellow-countryman Tom formed the Down In The Mouth Velvets in the belated «50s in El Cerrito, California, a itsy-bitsy suburb across the bay from San Francisco. By the mid-»60s, with a few hopelessly confused recordings under their perform stridently, the bunch -- including Tom and John with two rich-secondary friends, drummer Doug Clifford and bassist Stu Cook -- signed to Fable, releasing several singles as the Golliwogs that went nowhere. In particulars, there«s little augur to be base on those antique efforts; they were outrageously plagiaristic of the British Aggression and other R&B and boulder trends of the day, with few hints of the swampy roots boulder that would depict CCR. The sort only base themselves when John took establish reins over the band»s course, singing and script nearly all of their material.

On their first album, 1968«s Creedence Clearwater Resurrection, the sort played it both ways, oblation extended, quasi-psychedelic workouts of the »50s classics «I Put a Allure on You» and «Suzie-Q.» The latter ditty became their first big hit, but the bunch didn«t really bloom until «Proud Mary,» a thousand two separate in antique 1969 that demonstrated John»s proficiency at tapping into Southern roots music and symbolism with a reasonable lessen. It was the start of a effusion of prototype hits from the tough, Little Richard-inspired chanteuse over the next two years, including «Bad Moon Rising,» «Green River,» «Down on the Corner,» «Travelin« Bunch,» «Who»ll Slow the Outpouring,» «Up Around the Turn,» and «Lookin' Out My Behind Door.»

Creedence also made enthusiastic albums -- Fresh River, Willy and the Lousy Boys, and Cosmo«s Plant all flourishing among the best of the boulder era -- but their literal hard-wearing point was as a singles bunch. When the Beatles up against it up in antique 1970, CCR was the only other act that provided any contention in the sunny art of crafting venturesome, wonderful-catchy artistic statements that soared to the later reaches of the charts every three or four months. Although they hailed from the San Francisco compass, they once in a blue moon succumbed to the psychedelic indulgences of the era. John Fogerty also proved adroit at voicing the concerns of the working lineage in songs like «Fortunate Son,» as well as partying with as much funk as any milky boulder bunch would round-up on «Travelin» Band« and »Down on the Corner.»

With John Fogerty holding such a hard-wearing later mitt, Creedence couldn«t be said to have been a autonomous section, and Fogerty»s dominance was to sow the seeds of the group«s rapid dispersal. Tom Fogerty left side in 1971 (recording a few unremarkable unaccompanied albums of his own), reducing the bunch to a triplet. John allowed drummer Doug Clifford and bassist Stu Cook selfsame shares of songwriting and vocal period on the group»s immutable album, Mardi Gras (1972), which proved conclusively that Fogerty's songs and singing were necessary to solicit CCR above journeyman status.

It was John Fogerty, of course, who produced the only distinguished drudgery after the quartet up against it up. Even his unaccompanied outings, though, were wandering and, for nearly ten years, nonexistent as he became embroiled in a web of obligation disputes with Fable Records. His 1984 album Centerfield proved he could still boulder in the mellowed Creedence modus operandi when the moved him, but Tom Fogerty's annihilation in 1990 ended any hopes of a CCR reunion with the master members unimpaired.

Remastered Discography:

1968 - Creedence Clearwater Resurrection (20-Bit K2 Remaster/Hybrid SACD Remaster/40th Anniversary Issue)
1969 - Bayou Rural Compass (20-Bit K2 Remaster/Hybrid SACD Remaster/40th Anniversary Issue)
1969 - Fresh River (20-Bit K2 Remaster/Hybrid SACD Remaster/40th Anniversary Issue)
1969 - Willy and the Lousy Boys (20-Bit K2 Remaster/Hybrid SACD Remaster/40th Anniversary Issue)
1970 - Cosmo's Plant (Japanese 20-Bit K2 Remaster/Hybrid SACD Remaster/40th Anniversary Issue)
1970 - Pendulum (20-Bit K2 Remaster/Hybrid SACD Remaster/40th Anniversary Issue)
1972 - Mardi Gras (20-Bit K2 Remaster/Hybrid SACD Remaster)*
1980 - The Concert (20-Bit K2 Remaster/Hybrid SACD Remaster)*

*40th Anniversary Editions were not released for these albums


1973 - Endure in Europe
1976 - Description, Vol. 1: The 20 Greatest Hits

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