Creedence Clearwater Revival - Green River
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Based on 2 reviews
1969 Ratings: #6 / 95
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Based on 83 ratings
1969 Ratings: #26
August 5, 1969 / Release Date
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Second album in the same year for a band at its peak, who knows now how to make our journey to the green river pleasant, with joyful tunes, just before the outburst of the storm.

You guys know my thing with country music... I don’t have a personal vendetta against it, but if anything comes on that talks about the tractors; the beer; the girl that left him; I’ll change the damn song. For some odd reason, CCR just give me this weird vibe where I actually enjoy the country influences! If a band can do that, they deserve my praise.

Color: Green (what a coincidence lmao)
FAV TRACKS: The Night Time is the Right Time, Bad Moon Rising, Wrote A Song for ... read more
1969, a time when Rock music was morphing in every direction, driven by changing cultures, social awareness, and recreational drug use. Bands were discovering Heavy Rock, Folk Rock, the remnants of Blues, and all sounded perfect for the new spaced out population, everyone in the clouds un-tethered, listening to their Doors, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jefferson Airplane on their transistors. So where do CCR find a vehicle for their “old style” Country Rock ‘n Roll.? To a ... read more
My grandpa was drummer for a CCR cover band back in the day so this was all he listened to so its got a soft spot in my heart.
Green River - 100
Commotion - 85
Tombstone Shadow - 80
Wrote a Song for Everyone - 90
Bad Moon Rising - 100
Lodi - 85
Cross-Tie Walker - 75
Sinister Purpose - 80
The Night Time Is the Right Time - 80

Destaques: Wrote a Song for Everyone, Bad Moon Rising, Green River e Commotion
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Added on: March 16, 2013