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Bayou Country

Creedence Clearwater Revival

1969

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Bayou Country

Rating

3.67

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3834

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Liked it. Not surprised the Dude didn't get his Creedence tapes back to be honest. Sorry Dude, life goes on, man.

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5

Peak swamp rock. Also the word “chooglin’” needs to become popular again (if it ever even was) Favorite track(s): “Born on the Bayou” and “Keep on Chooglin’”

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Remember when John Fogerty got sued for stealing John Fogerty’s music? Well John Fogerty won. Then asked for his attorneys’ fees to be paid. And John Fogerty lost. Then the fee collection part went to the Supreme Court. And John Fogerty won…I think. John Fogerty 2…not John Fogerty 0. It got a little confusing there. I do know John Fogerty’s case set the precedent for copyright defendants being able to collect fees when they are victorious. Also Clarence Thomas concurred to the outcome to which the other 8 justices agreed. Not because he agreed with their reasoning but because he thought a previous civil rights attorneys’ fees case result should have been overturned. Typical Clarence Thomas…being cranky and not thinking plaintiffs need financial incentives in bringing civil rights cases. I digress. On to Bayou Country. I find it amusing that a band from San Francisco is often falsely thought to be from the bayou. Understandably the album and opening song titles lead one to believe this myth. But still, hehe. I’m really not sure why this cracks me up. Onto the songs. I promise. I dig the blues rock style on this album. I’m digging Fogerty’s voice, which from past reviews you’ll know can sink an otherwise decent band quickly for me. Actual song info. Really. I knew the two most well known tracks, Born on the Bayou and Proud Mary, very well coming into this. They are solid, but not my favorites after a couple listens. I think I like the third and fifth tracks are the best, but I can’t decide which one. Graveyard Train is a slow and snap inducing blues number. The song is not complicated, yet still impactful. I was humming the bass line during dinner and the kids started clapping along almost immediately. Harmonica can be overplayed, but this is not the case here. Again not complicated, but impactful. John Fogerty’s growls perfectly to convey the loss of his character’s companion amongst the 30 dead. Penthouse Pauper is a powerhouse of a song where John Fogerty sings forcefully intertwined with some screaming lead guitar with every verse. The guitar is like John Fogerty’s wing man in mind conquering over financial holdings for status in this world. I should also mention that this a very good take on Good Golly Miss Molly.

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4

Good, fun, solid album. Very easy to listen to. I don't know if there actually is a lot of variation but it feels like there is, which either way is a plus for me. Can't help but dance along a little bit. Some songs drag on a little bit

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4

I'm listening to Bayou Country from CCR as my album of the day. It's good, solid music and it lays the blueprint for their sound and I understand the place this album has in music history. But man, the squealing guitars, and the bluesy swampy sound is a bit rough in fluorescent cube farm I'm working in right now. I'm looking forward to Proud Mary as the next track, it's cool to hear such a giant song in the smaller context of this album and track list. Trying to imagine hearing this for first time in 1969. The song literally rolls, like on the river, and the ebbs and flows become hypnotic.

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5

Phenomenal Americana - all the good parts - Blues, folk, rock, country and not an inkling of jazz. Strong start, sweet nougat center with a finish that fills you you up with musical goodness.

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This album defines their 'swamp rock' sound and showed the world what they could do in terms of lyrics("Born on the Bayou" and " Proud Mary") but also that they can dish out the awesome guitar solos ("keep on chooglin" ) and even has some lighter/catchier tracks ("Bootleg" and "rollin' on the river") and the fact that they released this album and it was so great but also put out 2 other albums the same year.

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BOOLAY BOOLAY, BOOOLAY HOWL!

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5

One of my favourite

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5

A classic. So many good songs.

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5

One of my favorites!

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5

hitazos

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5

all of it is very good

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BORN IN THE BAYOU

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5

Art and Paul were the soundtrack of my childhood. I never listened to the entire album before and it was an interesting mix of mellow and lively.

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BOOLAY BOOLAY, BOOLAY HUH!

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5

So brilliant

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5

Oh this album is great! 10/10 not a bad track here

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Chooglin

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Classic

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5

imprescindible

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5

I needed some CCR this monday morning. Proud Mary is an all timer, but it was great to hear some new tracks that aren't on all the greatest hits albums.

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5

I loved this album! Bluesy rock, and a little bit folk, and country. Great sounds and the voice of the lead singer is incredible.

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5

A classic. Loved all the songs. CCR has such a distinct sound that I really like.

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5

Short and sweet. Love CCR.

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5

Absolutely Slapsssss

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5

Very short (7 songs 33 mins). But it’s awesome.

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5

Love this kind of music, very old school and VERY well sung

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5

what a classic

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5

Classic. All killer no filler

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5

Fuck yeah. Five stars baby. I've never listened to this whole thing but it has some of my favorite songs on it.

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5

Love me some Creedence

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5

Killer blues beats, road driving music, Uncle Miguel would approve.

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5

The start of CCR becoming one of the greatest bands of all time. Seriously, if they were able to exist for more years then I’d say they would’ve gone down in history as one of the greatest bands ever.

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5

CCR baby!

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5

Love it.

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5

Great!

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5

I used to think of Creedence as just a greatest hits band. While I was listening to this album though I really enjoyed the tracks that I didn't know. They really rock on here. I especially like the longer bluesy Graveyard Train and Keep on Chooglin'. Easy 5 stars again.

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5

Creedence, forever.

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5

Excellent album

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5

Absolute classic. It's been awhile since I've listened to these guys and it just reminds me of how awesome they were are still Are!

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5

Excelente rock sureño de los años 60 interpretado por una banda muy reconocible

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5

How have I never listened to this masterpiece before

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5

pretty short album, all good songs as usual.

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I love CCR!

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5

5/5

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5

Who doesn't love some CCR? So American, though I assumed they were southern and reading now I see they are actually from San Francisco. Bluesy guitar, gritty vocals, catchy tunes, quotable lyrics, an irresistible groove. It is no surprise their songs became standards. This is their debut album and it comes out of the gate with "Born on the Bayou" establishing the iconic sound and mood right away. Also featuring Good Golly Miss Molly and Proud Mary, this album is indeed epic. And they published two more albums in 1969! Guess they were just bubbling over with ideas.

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5

Groovy bluesy legendary. These swamp rockers are from California lol.

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5

5/5. Short n’ sweet. Great performances, packed with bangers. One of the best CCR.

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5/5

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5

Uma banda, três álbuns, todos explêndidos.. não tenho muito a dizer.. a guitarra de Born on the bayou é um riff, uma basee um solo, tudo ao mesmo tempo!

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5

okay

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5

I loved every track on this album. The CCR sound is so unique.

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5

Join Fogerty is a genius. Every creedence album gets full points. This is just half an hour of non-stop hits. 5/5.

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5

a couple of super 5-star evergreens and some very solid songs; if played on a decent hifi the album sounds as great as ever (and there are even a couple of better CCR albums around..)

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5

I haven't listened to this album as much as the other two Creedence albums on this list, but still a 5 for me. A bit heavier and looser than their other albums. Some serious jams.

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5 fucking stars baby!!!

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5

Ah, CCR. Such unmottled genius

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CCR !

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5

CCR! True Classic.

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4

Classic Creedance

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4

1969. Key Songs: Proud Mary, Penthouse Pauper

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4

Groovy, blues, swamprock, nemt lyt, fængende, råt

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4

Always love me some CCR

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Ik ken(-de) de band niet van naam, maar de liedjes wel. Heerlijk swingende rock, weinig effecten en opsmuk. De zanger kan heerlijk oversturen en heeft een fijn rauw randje. Lekkere muzikale intermezzo's, bijv in Graveyeard Train. Opname kwaliteit is goed en als de cd is afgelopen baal ik dat er niet meer nummers op staan. Dit album zou ik wel weer opnieuw luisteren.

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4

Not normally in to the blues but I enjoyed this. Didn’t know they wrote Proud Mary.

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4

Good album. Good tunes, nothing legendary but nothing bad

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7/10

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4

Very enjoyable. Makes me want to go drive across America, crack open a beer at a dive bar, or watch Supernatural.

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4

I thought this was the best album ever until Ethan told me it wasn't. I listened to it again with something to prove and it just made me angry and sad at my naivety. Still banging roadtrip album. The Stones x Led Zeppelin and I loved it. You ruin my magic Faith.

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4

Too many iconic hits to give less than a 4, although there is a little slack in the middle of this short album

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4

Pretty good

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4

American Beatles

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4

Perfect music to brew beer to

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4

It's CCR. Find some nice weather, grab a cooler full of beer, sit back and relax.

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4

Classic rock is classic for a reason

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4

chooglin

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4

Really enjoyed this album.

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4

Pretty straightforward CCR. Great shit, but no surprises.

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4

I liked this one quite a bit. It's good, funky rock 'n' roll with a Southern flair. It's one of the albums on this list that I feel like I'm going to come back to, and those albums are few and far between.

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4

Much more bluesy than I perceived CCR to be.

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L’album est vrIment bon, proud mary et penthouse pauper sont les highligths mais certaines tounes sont tres improv pour un alubm de 30 min ca fait beaucoup 3 tounes de plus de 5 min. Tout de meme 4.75 pour du bon vieux rock.

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4

Good classic rock in every sense. Every song's catchy and quality, and Proud Mary still holds up.

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4 veriyom ama 5 e yakın. güzel albümdü. Bütün sarkilarindan keyif aldim.

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Ale wysypalo klaskami, no i nadal hamerykanski strik trwa w najlepsze, album ktoremu zawdzieczam poznanie slowa bayou, jak do tego doszlo, ze banda wywodzaca sie z kalofornii stworzyla koncept album na temat mokradel luzjany, a przy tym dodatkowo poszerzyla moje wiadomosci na temat swampowego rocka, nie mam pojecia, ale klimant konceptu jest, czuc wiejski powiew niezbyt rzeskiego powietrza, smrod stojacej wody i wysoko procentowych destylatow, album o wiele bardziej hardy niz ostatnie szkieletory, ale jednak posiadajacy elementy country, szorstki a jednak najbardziej unikalny CCRowy albumik jaki zrobili w ciagu dosc krotkiego czasu trwania bandy 4 osobowej, bo tylko 2 lata wystarczyly im na wydanie 4 albumikow, nastepnie jeden z braci Fogerty poszedl w swiat, co praktycznie wystarczylo do rozmontowania reszty bandy i zakonczenia dzialanosci dosc krotko po tym, na plejke wrzucam proud mary, czyli historie szukania szczesnia na rzece, na albumie pojawia sie takze jeden cover jest to good golly miss molly, ktory posiada troche zmodyfikowany tekst w porownaniu do orginalu, orginalu nie znalem przed przesluchaniem tego traka, ale przeczucie ze moze to byc cover wyniklo z tego, ze brzmi od dosc podobnie jak rock over beethoven, taka sama melodia, lamanie wersow, a okazalo sie, ze oba traki maja podobny czas powstania 56 i podobny kolor skory wykonwacow, tworzenie muzyki okolo popowej w tamtych czasach bylo jeszcze bardziej monotematycznie niz dzisiaj

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Love a bit of Creedence. Fantastic swampy mood to the whole album.

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4

very good

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Enjoyed it

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Klassikkokamaa! Jossain kohtaa oli vähän jumittavaa huuliharpputunnelmointia, mutta ei haitannut kokonaisuutta. Muistelen jostain lukeneeni, että CCR ei kovin montaa vuotta ollut kasassa, mutta aikamoisen vaikutuksen saivat aikaan!

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Eihän tälle voi antaa vähempää ku neljä tähteä. Proud Mary lienee jäänyt kaikkien mieleen jostain vanhasta purkkamainoksesta.

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a great album! no one else sounds like CCR

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4

Born on The Bayou

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pues ta bien

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I think to truly appreciate this album you have to go into it with the right expectations. It’s blues rock so every song is repetitive. It’s nothing groundbreaking and Graveyard Train seems excessive being based off of one riff and over 8.5 minutes long but parts like the harmonica solo in the middle were certainly enjoyable. I liked the songs with more energy like Good Golly Miss Molly and Proud Mary is a classic. Keep on Chooglin’ is another long one although I preferred it to Graveyard Train. Again, the harmonica solo was a highlight. Strong 7/10

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*****

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Isäni on kannattanut CCR:a 70-luvulta lähtien, joten syntyessäni minulle ei annettu paljoa valinnan varaa. Ensimmäisen CCR-kasettini muistaakseni sain jo kaksivuotiaana eli isäni vain kylmäverisesti päätti, että sinä kuuntelet CCR:aa. En edes uskalla ajatella mitä olisi käynyt, jos olisin murrosiässä alkanut glooryhuntata esimerkiksi Michael Jacksonia tai Totoa. Todellinen fanius alkoi minulla viisi kuusi vuotta sitten. Kuten sanoin niin CCR on ollut suosikkini jo pikkupojasta lähtien, mutta ei se ollut samanlaista kuin tänä päivänä. Kuunteleminen on muuttunut rakkaudeksi ja intohimoksi. Nuoresta iästä huolimatta olen ehtinyt seurata bändiä kuitenkin jo aika kauan (vaikka eipä heillä montaa aktiivivuotta ollutkaan), mutta vuosi vuodelta mielenkiintoni ja rakkauteni bändiä kohtaan vain voimistuu. Kyllä voi sanoa, että CCR on iso osa elämääni, jota ilman en osaa, enkä halua elää. Muistan, että junnarina Taavetin kiekkokaukalon toimitsijakopissa oli yksi CCR:n kasetti, mikä aina alkulämmittelyjen aikaan soi. Tästä syystä CCR saa aikaan aina hyvät nostalgiset tunnelmat.

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4

Classic. Reminds me of my dad

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4

Not the greatest album… But still legends

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4

Killer album

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4

Pretty good, makes me tap my leg.

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4

Overall pretty good, I liked most of it but had a few songs that didn't quite hit the mark for me. Probably deserves 3.5 but I'm feeling generous

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4

Favourite track: 6-Proud Mary

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4

Short and sweet. A couple classics on here. I do like CCR, although the last song "Keep on Chooglin' " had a long harmonica solo in the right channel only, and I wonder about why they chose to use stereo sound in such a way.

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4

Born on the Bayou Bootleg Graveyard train

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4

Me gusto el album y eso que no soy un enorme fan de credence. Proud Mary me recuerda a unos discos viejos que mi padre se trajo de US.

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4

OOOOOOOHHHHHHHHHHHH Solid 4 so far

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4

Why haven't I listened to CCR before?

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4

Smooth

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4

I loved this album! Such fantastic energy, great musicianship and an amazing rock vocal! Earthy, gritty, compelling.

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4

Enjoyed quite a bit. There's some hidden gems on this I hadn't heard, Penthouse Pauper is a favourite.

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Sound e voce inconfondibili, i Creedence Clearwater Revival hanno da tempo un posto nel mio cuore e nelle mie playlist, quindi sarò di parte. Conoscevo alcuni pezzi di quest'album. Tutto sommato è stato un grande piacere ascoltarlo e riascoltarlo. L'unica traccia che ho skippato al secondo ascolto è stata Graveyard Train... Prolissa. Per questo non mi sento di dare un 5, ma un 4 (se potessi darei 4,5). Però a sto punto Tom Petty va a 2 perché non riesco a pensare i CCR solo di un punto sopra al biondino con il chiodo (peccato che non posso cambiare il voto, comunque scende ufficialmente a 2). Credo che i Creedence abbiano definitivamente influenzato i Nirvana: In Born on the Bayou sento vagamente Serve the servants dei Nirvana. L'apertura di Proud Mary, ancora, mi ricorda i Nirvana.

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4

Blues/Southern Rock is my jam.

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Es ist fast peinlich wie gut ich ccr finde.

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4

Tolles Album! Super durchzuhören!

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4

Nothing wrong with this album.

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4

A class act, no more words needed

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Muy buen disco

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Blues rock. Muy bueno!

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1. Born on the Bayou. Always loved this track. The groove is unrivaled. 2. Bootleg. Started out sounding a little like a CSNY track. 3. Graveyard Train. Sounds like it should have been on the Lebowski soundtrack. 8:35! Good lawd! 4. Good Golly Miss Molly. Good LP. A lot of just grinding jams.

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Is this the album that defined Swamp Rock? Truly great stuff. Classics like Born on the Bayou and Proud Mary and impossible to ignore. The whole album has a mesmerizing, hypnotic, nature to it, and I mean this as both a pro and a con, I think. Some of these songs really do drag on in length.

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September 8, 2021 I usually find John Fogerty's voice grating but it seems to be growing on me. I liked a couple of these ("Born on the Bayou" and "Proud Mary" of course) and found the rest of the album pretty good, except the last track which was just kinda weird.

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4

Love me some CCR, iconic sound and another great record

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4

I love hearing albums that helped form me in my youth, but that I don't have in my collection.

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I love the sound of CCR, never heard this one before but I enjoyed it and Proud Mary is a song for the ages

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4

Sounds like home. Short and solid album with heavy hitters in Born on the Bayou and Proud Mary and solid jams throughout.

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4

I like CCR and this is pretty good but definitely not their strongest effort. It certainly defines their sound but it's not as even and polished as other albums.

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4

Solid album, full of old slimy swamp rock goodness

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Although this is CCR's second album, it still feels tentative, in both a positive and cavillous reading. The songs suggest a desire to stretch (witness the forays into swamp rock), but one gets a sense of caution, of an unwillingness to tread too far or to flat-out holler. Of course, CCR would achieve that with later songs and albums. However, this album feels slightly hesitant: for instance, the two jams, though fine, aren't bombastic enough to properly engross. This album is great fun, and shows CCR heading in the right direction, but it's not the most essential of their work. Compare it to the Rolling Stones' Aftermath: good stuff, but you should really stick around for what happens next.

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4

Pretty darn good, could've been better. Maybe I wanted it to be longer? Imagine if they released all three 1969 albums together? CCR brought a cool, unique sound and Fogerty(s) could really play. Graveyard Train and Keep on Chooglin' show their interpretation of blues and their wide array of skills. Love the harmonica on both. I wish they had played Proud Mary in the same frenetic tempo as Good Golly Miss Molly. Still good.

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The Mrs. is a big Fogerty fan, so I am pretty familiar with CCR. Although I think “Keep On Chooglin’ “ and “Graveyard Train” go on a bit long. I imagine stretching them out live must have been fanTASTic to witness. Definitive statement from the band.

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4

Great blues. House-filling presence even on a small system. Graveyard Train and Chooglin are twice as long as they should be, Proud Mary is perfect, and the rest are very good. But you can put this on over and over. That's worth a lot!

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4

CLASSIC!

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4

Certainly not their best album, but pretty great. Established that bayou folk rock sound. Without getting into "southern rock". Pretty great effort.

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4

Solid southern rock. You can feel the summer heat in their music.

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4

I dunno if id listen everyday but it sounded nice

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What is now considered classic Southern Rock, Born on the Bayou is a solid album from CCR with a fantastic opener and of course the signature Proud Mary. Keep on Chooglin sounds like a blues house band having a blast at the end of the night.

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4

Classic CCR, had heard some songs before. Would listen again for sure.

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4

Nice album. A little too varied on tone.

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4

First time listening to a complete CCR album. Love the sound, and, of course, the original version of Proud Mary.

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4

At just under 34 minutes, my only complaint is that it's too short.

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4

Very bluesy

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4

Really liked this album, not sure if I'll come back to it later but good songs

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4

A robust album. Nice guitar solos and rythms. 2-3 good songs, the rest is okay. (7/10) FT: Proud Mary, Born On The Bayou

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4

I've probably listened to this several times before when I was growing up, because my dad used to play a lot of Creedence. I don't have much to say about this except that it's phenomenally good. I will give a strong 4, there is something missing for it to be a 5 star rating, but im not quite sure what.

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4

I skipped the mega hits we've all heard a thousand times. Penthouse Pauper was cool, as was Keep On Chooglin'.. Jeez, Graveyard Train was a snooze-fest! I saw Fogerty live once. He was as great as you'd expect. Still, they can't all be hits.

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4

Not my favourite CCR album bit a good CCR album is a great album for .out other bands. Born on the Bayou, Bootleg, Proud Mary, Chooglin; all classic CCR. Not quote 5 but 4.5 easily

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Enjoyed it, groovy

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Not my favourite CCR album bit a good CCR album is a great album for .out other bands. Born on the Bayou, Bootleg, Proud Mary, Chooglin; all classic CCR. Not quote 5 but 4.5 easily

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4

People have been telling me to get into this band for years and it hasn’t happened yet, but I dig this a lot.

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Even though I've heard these songs a million times, they still bring a smile to my face because of their authenticity and unbridled passion for the music they are making. I know John Fogerty was a dick and the rest of the band hated him, but what can you say when a guy can play guitar, sing, write songs, play harmonica, and basically create a whole mythology around a time and place that never really existed.

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4

Couple great classics on this one.

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4

It’s pretty good can be a bit boring at times

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4

Classic swamp rock. Grab a drink, grab a smoke, sit back, and enjoy.

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4

The album where CCR established sound and it only gets better here. Very bluesy, but for some weird music, their music really does sound "swampy" and I'm not sure why. Obviously the lyrics but also the gritty atmosphere and the rural folk-like strings and percussions (that remind me of say the banjo in Deliverance). These 7 tracks do what they do well. But there are honestly no bad tracks. Starts off with a classic. Then a track to explore their aesthetic. I'm a personal fan of their longer tracks like "Graveyard Train" and "Keep on Chooglin" that have plenty of room to breathe and express themselves. I loved the Little Richard cover just because it's a CCR cover of a song I've already heard plenty times before, and I love their sound. "Penthouse Pauper" is the only song that doesn't stick out but if you listen to it on its own, you'll find it's still a great song. Maybe a sign of slight album repetition. Then another classic, followed by a classic closer. A great introduction to CCR impossible not to like.

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Its very much a CCR album with some of its hits mixed in wuth longer jams. It does seem that John Fogerty's vocals elevates the band as the vocalled tracks far out perform the more freeform instrumental secrtions

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A classic. What a great vocal sound and good band mix.

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A good testament to CCR!!

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I still think one of the greatest achievements in rock history is Creedence releasing 3 stellar albums in one year. This is the first of those 1969 albums. It's probably #3 in my ranking, but even with that it's still a classic album. Proud Mary and Born on the Bayou are all-time classics, and the rest ain't bad either. 4 stars.

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Great!

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Interesting sound, definitely my favourite country album I've listened to.

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good ol' US rock n roll, what's not to like?

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Bayou Country is a small, seven track album, that leaves you wanting more. Songs like "Born on the Bayou" and "Proud Mary" are some of the best exemples of the american southern rock genre and John Fogerty's voice is something else, especially in the opening track.

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Coole nummern, abwechslungsreich aber klassisch CCR. proud mary in ihrer version gefällt mir richtig gut. ist aber nicht mein lieblingsalbum von ihnen

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Liked this more than I expected. I've always been a big CCR fan, but the song list didn't really jump out at me at first. It was all good though, even the "Good Golly Miss Molly" cover which I thought would be cringey. Lots of energy and talent on display here but it didn't cross that threshold into 5 star territory for me.

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A super fun listen

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Damn I forgot how good this album is. You’d never think they’d never been to the bayou

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Nobody catches this bluesy, earthy vibe as well as CCR, their sound is so singular and so good. They're not the first rock band that comes to mind when you think of this era, but boy are they one of the best. "Proud Mary" never gets old, it's such a perfect song. Fave Songs: Proud Mary, Penthouse Pauper, Born on the Bayou, Keep On Chooglin'

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4.75

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Simple music done extremely well, with a voice for the ages. I'm digging it.

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So good. So 60s.

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Sturdy swampy rock. Not much fat on this.

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Nice

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4.4 - great album full of classic licks. What an amazing band.

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Excellent album. I love the song bootleg.

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Enjoyed it as work BGM!

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Another one from the bayou boys CCR. It's got "Proud Mary," one of their biggest hits, but my favorite track on here was easily "Graveyard Train." The standard rock fare from them is good, but a departure into blues is way better. The strength of that track alone bumps this up to four stars. I like this band, but don't really need multiple albums from them to get the idea. Still, this was of course enjoyable and I'll be listening to that graveyard train for days, probably years to come. Favorite tracks: Graveyard Train, Proud Mary, Born on the Bayou. Album art: Blurry bayou boys. 4/5

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The voices and guitar and drum beats just really please me! Doesn't contain any of my favourites of CCR but still very enjoyable.

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Enjoyable listen, though I did not fully catch the vibe. It felt a little repetitive at times.

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Nice!

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Good ole Creedence. Born On the Bayou and Proud Mary are the standouts but all the tracks are fine enough.

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Fantastic stuff

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A classic, though listening to a whole album of that singing accent sounds is a bit much.

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The first song is a classic, 5/5. Second song is good, 3/5. Third song is ok, a little long, 2/5. Fourth one I am familiar with and enjoy, 4/5. Fifth Song is alright, 3/5. Sixth song is another classic, 5/5. The last song is alright, 3/5. Overall a fantastic album!

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Creedence demonstrates their ability to rock out, but this is a rather obvious ramp-up to the significantly better second album of the year. "SF band does swamp rock" is a fun formula, but the largely overdone vocal affect reveals that it is, indeed, formulaic. The instrumental palette enchants in the way the smell of wet moss does. Thus, it's a shame that there is not more harmonica in Graveyard Train. The rest of the longer jams work well, but that one would be better covered by a stoner metal outfit, I think.

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"Proud Mary" A short album. I like the instrumentals.

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Pretty good, slaps

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Thought I’d like this more than I did.Wasn’t keen on the guitar sound (eg. on Bootleg) has that 60’s twang. Ok on second listen I liked the album a bit more eg - Born on the Bayou

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Classic but maybe doesn't hold up

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Naiice love some backwoods bayou boogie

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The kind of party we all want to go to. Love Fogarty's voice, and the choogle is king.

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Classic CCR. Only knew 2 hits off this record, Born on the Bayou and Proud Mary. Great driving music. I also liked bootleg, rest the album had great sounds, but maybe blended together, songs slightly discernible from the next. 3.5/5

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Not my favorite CCR album but still good.

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Good ol CCR

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Good solid album

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Classic southern rock feel. Jam-band-esque. Good background noise

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Chooglin... Rolling on a river and God Golly Miss Molly were as iconic as i thought they would be

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Meh.

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Proud Mary bringing back childhood mems

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Would listen to this album again, especially if I was sitting around a bonfire with a couple beers and good friends on a warm summer night.

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CCR's always pretty good.

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so many ccr records are just better

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A collection of not my favorite CCR songs, but still pretty listenable.

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One of the all time great opening songs

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Heel typische muziek uit die tijd. Wel leuk. Ook van rolling on a river

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Fun throwback listen - I don't have much to say though. It's CCR!

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Actually pretty good fun, had a fun time with this one. Sounds a bit like gizz. Keep on Chooglin'

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Some catchy tunes

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Eh. I know it was probably revolutionary for the time, but, eh.

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Credecent

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Proper musicians and a solid listen.

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A couple of brilliant tracks and nothing here to dislike

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An enjoyable and easy listen. A great band who knew how to write a hit, but overall this album isn’t as strong as I expected bar a couple of tracks that really stood out, in particular the epic closer Keep on Chooglin’. Will come back to this but most like to visit individual tracks rather than the album as a whole.

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Some great blues rock but definitely overlong jams. Their version of Good golly miss Molly is dynamite.

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Wonderful album. It has the vibe of "Born on the Bayou" for the whole album.

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Me hunting for crocodile meat in the swamp

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Started off really nicely this could totally be my thing. Oh yep I’m into this. Well after 4 songs I’m still liking it but kind of had my fill lol I don’t mind one song to change things up but an entire album is a little too much. I still think I’m enjoying it. I can listen to this. It doesn’t particularly do that much for me but it sounds good. THE RASPY SOUND AT THE END OF BOOTLEG ALT TAKE IS ABSOLUTELY THE WORST THING IVE EVER HEARD IN A SONG. OMG. Bye. It loses a star just cause of that lol. Idrc about multiple versions of a song on an album, and I’d rather just have a live album as its own thing. They probably have those so, idk idc about the live versions here. Crazy otto is nice wonder why there’s no regular version here at least. Unless I’m missing something. It’s just instrumental apparently. Well this was nice it’s a 3.5 for me but can’t have that so it’s a 3 for the annoying bootleg ending lol.

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Non lo so..non è un disco che risentirò se non per ricreare una determinata atmosfera che però potrei ricreare anche con altri dischi. Mi ha intrattenuto però non coinvolto.

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Enjoyed it. Not my favorite CCR

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Wikipedia deep dives to learn more about the artists behind these albums have revealed lots of interesting facts and drama about the musicians, and now also about racist caricatures. CCR has become such an iconic name in classic rock, but would they have become as big if they were named Muddy Rabbit, Gossamer Wump, or the name foisted upon them by a record exec early in their career, the Golliwogs. Well that last one is an interesting name, where is that from? Sounds like some creature from a fantasy story. Nope... it's a book character-turned-doll in blackface minstrel style from the late 1800s. That wiki page is an interesting read, with connections to things Margaret Thatcher's daughter said this century! But I digress... classic rock! CCR certainly embodies classic rock. And swamp rock... or bayou rock... or Southern rock... or whatever. But they were actually posers from San Francisco! Working through whether to dock them a star for that. It also makes me think about how cultural appropriation is defined. It is usually focused on appropriating the cultural of an oppressed minority. But I bet these white guys from Cali got some opportunities that a black bluesman from Louisiana playing some of the same licks wouldn't have gotten. Oh, right, the music. The first few songs are incredible - 5 star stuff. But I was really thrown by "Good Golly Miss Molly" - I hadn't noticed it on the track list before I heard it. Jarring stylistic shift, and more appropriation? Or just covering a by an artist instrumental in the development of blues and rock and roll? Fogerty's voice is terrific. And yet, the fake Southern accent is sometimes a bit much. And why is "burning" pronounced "boynin" on "Proud Mary?" There is some great guitar, and some great harmonica, but it never gets back to the heights of "Born on the Bayou" and "Bootleg."

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Swamp funk and roll. Some all time classic hits that you are likely to know the words without even thinking about it mixed with some pedestrian songs. I have never heard graveyard train. Probably my favorite outside other then the more popular hits.

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Better than i was expecting. Vocals got a bit much at times, but otherwise inoffensive.

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mwah, expected a bit better from creedence

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pretty good

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Got close to that fourth star, but then they went and called a song "Keep On Chooglin'"

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Don't know anything about this before listening to it, which is nice. I'm already running a day late! Born on the Bayou. Sounds quite 'derivative' - but perhaps just because its quite traditional 'blues rock' sound. Doesn't do a lot for me to start with. Perhaps this kind of thing was more striking at the time, and just seems a bit cliche now? (Apparently this is 'swamp rock', but "fake" - they are from California, apparently!). Bootleg. Similar The musics good, though - nice melodies. Maybe it would grow on me. Nice growly lead singer. Graveyard train is too slow for me. maybe too 'trad' blues, if that's what this is? steamtrain 'whistly' harmonica bit is fun, but drags on too long. Good golly miss molly: is fun rock-n-roll. Bit of a relief after the one before. Good solo. Penthouse pauper: bluesy Proud Mary: i've vaguely heard of this, so i was interested. Immediately recognised it, but wouldn't have been able to put a name to it. 'big wheel keeps on turning'. This is truly a great song. keep on chooglin' - very bluesy. nearly gave it 4. Perhaps i'll regret that later. - if it wasn't for proud mary it would definitely be 2 or 3. I ended being quite pleased albums were not so long in those days!

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Swamp-rock is too mellow and slow for me to get a lot of enjoyment by listening to it. Bayou Country is not a mediocre record, but I really only find Proud Mary being worth more than 1 listen. 3/5.

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There's some great tracks on here, but they're the covers. And they're not as good as the originals so...

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Solid. Not a fan of the Little Richard cover.

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Yeah, not bad. A little patchy, but I enjoyed it overall.

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I know there's a big love for CCR in this list but they're just not an album band for me. The singles are brilliant but they can't keep the quality up over an album. Best Tracks: Born on the Bayou; Proud Mary; Keep On Chooglin'

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Classic/Blues Rock: Bayou Country. Fogerty’s voice carries a deep raspy grit that matches the title, you know what you’re going to get. While listening to “Graveyard Train”, I can’t help but feel that I would rather get my rocks off on some Morrison jams, the pacing flows like pouring cement, steady and predictable. Fantastic cover of “Good Golly Miss Molly”, possibly one of my favorite covers of this song. The reason to come back to this record is the classic song “Proud Mary”, it has the catchiness that is needed from the record and is the best constructed song on the album next to the starting track “Born On The Bayou”. Overall, with such a short record, it leaves me either wanting more or something else entirely.

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Starts strong but kind of fizzles for me

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Está bueno el disco, pero al escucharlos se me vienen imágenes de la guerra de Vietnam...

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Discazo. Cómo no. Sé que debería ponerle más pero seguro alguien lo hará.

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no thoughts, just credence clearwater, pretty nifty

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First song not bad, not really a genre I gravitate towards. Gives me strong “songs my dad listened to on the radio when I was a kid” vibes. Proud Mary is literally that song my dad listened to on the radio. Decent album, 3/5

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is ok. only proud mary stuck out

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Well, finally I can take a closer look at the work of the band that wrote “fortunate son”. To be honest, I was expecting something more unusual, but this particular album for me is the quintessence of country and rock and roll, as if a series about life in the American outback. Cheerful songs, sometimes carrying the scent of something cowboy, "Wild West".

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decent album. not really for me but there were parts of it I enjoyed. I guess it’s a 6/10

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Solid album, a slice of americana

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Songs blend together in a smooth way, but it is also boring and hard to tell which song is playing. I was halfway through a new song before realizing the previous song had ended. Would most likely not come back to this album again.

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It's this

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This is the third "Creedence Clearwater Revival" that I listened to in this list and how this band is inconstant! There are some very good albums like this one and others are so overestimated. In short, I liked it, but there is nothing special besides the greatest hits included in it. Definitively worths it, but the album is like the band, inconstant and unpredictable (some times very good and some times just ok)

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Toe tapping and whistling along - a bit too much screaming guitar for prolonged or repeat listening.

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CCR is often considered one the best American bands. They are but most of it was John Fogerty. Regardless, this album is very. Especially like graveyard train.

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Bit boring. Probably won't listen again.

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Just not my jam.

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Seemed like a decent album just not my jam

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Not bad

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Another nice CCR album. A mix of slow, repetitive songs (Graveyard Train & Chooglin) and harder faster cuts. I enjoyed it a little more than Green River. 6/10

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3.75

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Fun fact, fogerty is actually saying “born on the bay, ooh” referencing the fact that the band is from the SF bay area. there’s no way they’re trying to pretend they’re from louisiana, that would just be silly

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The guitar is just sublime. Crunchy and distorted, the wailing vocals really add to the whole southern/blues vibe of the album.

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I liked that Proud Mary cover

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Not bad.

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Some bangers

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Solid album, a good southern rock vibe.

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6/10. Good instrumentation and especially good lyricism, just not that big on the jam rock of the 60’s to be amazed.

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3/5

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This was alright. Bit musty.

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Just white enough for me.

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3 stars

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Definitely preferred Cosmo's Factory, not bad music by any means but just doesn't hold much interest for us.

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Pretty much fine? I enjoy CCR and the style of music in general, just not something I reach for any given day. Good music to listen to while driving or working since I don't know most of the words and the music is kind of blues-y.

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Bluesig stampfig, oft monotone treibende Instrumentalteile mit recht nicen Gitarrensolis. Proud Mary ist eher ein drüberstreuer als ein Center Piece hier, Gesang auch bluesig rauh bis zu langgezogen heulend, das Led Zeppelin beinflusst haben könnte. Kann man gut hören

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born on the bayou gem outras gems/jams mas creedence é aquela coisa né, acabei achando meio repetitivas as músicas, mesmos ritmos, instrumentação, estilo etc ... but creedence is a classic for a reason

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Can’t recall.

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Is this the definition of swamp rock? It better than the other album I listened to, but still not for me. Less obnoxious then I expected however

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Bluesy rock, surprised it was recorded as long ago as 1969 - sounds more modern.

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Such a strong collection. Always liked CCR but never got over the fact they’re from Cali.

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I like CCR, but I thought this one was just okay. Kind of forgettable. Born on the Bayou is the standout track.

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03/21/22 Pretty fun classic rock. I like the term some on here used - "swamp rock" lol.

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Love getting to listen to a classic CCR album vs their greatest hits. Very interesting this band from San Fran chose to harness the power of the Bayou but I think we are all better for it. Proud Mary is a classic and Born on the Bayou was fun too but the entire album just feels like you're flying down some old river on an air boat.

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Great oldies!!!

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What a sweaty, sweaty album. I dig it. Maybe more mid-tempo overall than I'd prefer, but some solid jams. Does anyone know what "chooglin'" means? Let's make up a definition: a Google search while chilling. There. At any rate, I spent most of the time I was listening to this record thinking about APOCALYPSE NOW. As much as the Doors dominate the soundtrack of that movie, I still think of CCR as the go-to Vietnam band. Did they have a tune in GOOD MORNING VIETNAM?? I'm gonna go Choogle that. Belle and Sebastian. Hey, they did say the word "Sabbath" in a song and the band initials are B.S. (if you don't count the ampersand), so you were at least in the ballpark of telepathic influence, Andy. Don't beat yourself up. I wanted to like that record more than I did, but I couldn't get there. The lyrics were fairly interesting across the board ("Expectations" was fun), but the music and tunes never really equalled the stories. My favorite track was also the quietest and saddest sounding: "We Rule the School." Give me a whole record of that and I'll be there with belles on.

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I don't know - it's Creedance. I like these songs. I think Fogerty has a thing about him that's pretty great. I don't think about Creedance a lot, but this is solid work.

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Southern rock isn't my main interest by any stretch but CCR are one of the greats and a go to if I'm feeling the genre. This album is a fantastic example.

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^ this guy? Not from the bayou

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Love the vibe and many songs, but not fully consistent for how short it is.

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The guitar is amazing in this album but I can’t get past the singer. His voice is not the greatest and it’s hard to understand what he says.

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Listenable rock

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The hits on this album stand out against the rest of the tracks

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Heel typische CCR sound. Beetje veel van hetzelfde wel

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demasiado song of the south pa mi gusto

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I'm giving it two stars, but only because I think Green River will be on here and it's their better album?

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Pari hittibiisiä joista en ole koskaan tykännyt. Levyn muut biisit eivät yltäneet edes tuolle tasolle.

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The music's not objectively bad but there's something about this band that doesn't sit right with me, I don't know what it is.

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eh, CCR is so generic

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Not for me im afraid.

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Not really my thing

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I like a lot of CCR stuff, none of it seemed to be on this album. This seemed just too much CCR, it was overrun with high levels of CCR-ness. Someone turned up the CCR to 11. It's an overbaked cake, a hat on a hat, CCR squared. Even the voice was too much for me. Too CCR, too American, too much.

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Thought it was average

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Interchangeable with any other 60's rock album. Tedious.

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It's fine, but it's boring. Probably won't listen again.

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Boring!! Didn't like the main vocalist's voice

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Some good old rock

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I like a lot of CCR stuff, none of it seemed to be on this album. This seemed just too much CCR, it was overrun with high levels of CCR-ness. Someone turned up the CCR to 11. It's an overbaked cake, a hat on a hat, CCR squared. Even the voice was too much for me. Too CCR, too American, too much.

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Born On The Bayou: C'ha l'arpeggio di chitarra che è stranamente moderno, me piace. Graveyard Train: Vabbè praticamente è un'improvvisazione blues co un minimo di struttura. (Un po' due palle, diciamocelo..) Good Golly Miss Molly: Classico pezzo dell'epoca e del genere, sfizioso ma insomma è difficile esaltarsi oggi. Penthouse Pauper: Carina, un po' più movimentata. Proud Mary: La odio, l'ho sempre odiata, l'ho dovuta suonare un sacco di volte nella mia vita e non m'è piaciuta manco una volta. In Conclusione: E' tosta perché sto album non andrebbe giudicato con le orecchie di oggi chiaramente, però oggi lo sto a giudicà. Diciamo che dopo i Creedence secondo me diventano più interessanti ma sto album è proprio in piena fase '60 e sarà perché è un'altro di quei gruppi super abusato dagli adolescenti (e perchè ce sta Proud Mary in questo album) non posso dire di essermelo goduto più di tanto.

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Dirty fuckin' hippies. CCR, will always occupy that space on the other side of the peace, happiness and 'love -will-save-us-all' flower power movement for me. Just over that line resides the stinky, up-all-night, bloated excesses with a dirty harmonica in a shirt pocket, otherwise known as Creedence Clearwater Revival. Though listening to this album did not change my, albeit narrow view of the band, it was nice to listen to some of the underplayed songs from this album. I appreciated the late night, drunken Graveyard Train blues-y tune and to a lesser extent, the harmonica-laden Keep on Chooglin' song at the end. However, there are three things going on here that prevents me from ranking this album higher: 1. FOGERTY SINGING - (not sure which one 'cause I don't care) and his fake-ass southern drawl. These guys are from Cali. 2. That twang-y, shit-guitar sound. 3. The dirty fuckin' hippies.

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It was okay.

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Proud Mary aside, this isn't the Credence you're looking for. Besides, let's be honest, Ike and Tina Turner's version of "Proud Mary" absolutely destroys CCR's original. There's much better Credence to come. Aside from the two hits everyone knows and a decent cover of "Good Golly Miss Molly", there's not much here. Actual rating is 2.5. My first time getting into Credence outside of their hits.

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A couple of decent songs doesn’t make a great album.

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Just generally a pretty boring album for my tastes. The later songs are actually more engaging than the first few songs, but somehow this 33 minute album plays more like an hour and a half.

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Country blues, slightly psych in places. Not that interesting.

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Decent, but not really my thing

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not really my thing

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Ugh

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Not too bad. Classic stoner rock, I guess.

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I enjoy the general sound of the band and I the vibe they are going for. But the songs are SO BORING and mind-numbingly repetitive. With the exception of 'Proud Mary', you can hear everything that each song has to offer within 20 seconds of the song starting.

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I must confess as I listened to this album nearly every song just reminded me of the hits I do know

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Not really my thing but I get it

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I understand that they’re a classic band but honestly the singing is not for me and the stories I couldn’t relate to despite the poverty. The one thing I will say is the guitar playing is top notch and fantastic most of the time, even though it lingers on the overindulgent.

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Let's be real here - "Proud Mary" is the only good song on this album. Wikipedia definitely had it right in calling this genre 'Swamp Rock'. Listening to this feels like I've been transported to the deep American south where we're in either a trailer park or down by some swampy lake fishing. (If that's what they were going for then I guess they nailed it?). Two stars only for Proud Mary. Best: Proud Mary Worst: Graveyard Train Note: Spotify had the 40th Anniversary Deluxe Edition - I only listened to the songs on the original album.

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Bayou Country is the second album from CCR and it is certified double platinum. This album is significant for the band CCR because they found their sound with this second album. I don't believe this is their best album, so I am hoping some of their other albums are on this list.

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I don't really like CCR and this didn't change my mind much, most of the songs are pretty average. Also interesting they're not actually southern but from California

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Too white for me 2/5

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Suena bien!

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I really like CCR - but I have never actually listened to one of their studio albums start to finish. This was all very bluesy which is OK, but not great.

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Not as good as greatest hits.

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Meh.

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Eh...

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Not for me

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Åhh vad jag har svårt för Creedence alltså... Av albumets 7 låtar tål jag inte 3st :) Graveyard train var en plåga. Good golly känns inge kul och Proud Mary har jag aldrig kunnat med hahaha. Jag har svårt för deras swamp rockabilly blues boogiewoogie. /M

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throw it in the trash

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Como me sigan mandando estos discos me voy a dar de baja en el servicio. Me gustan menos del 10% y el resto son una verdadera tortura.

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"Keep on Chooglin'?" Lmaoooooo

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Такое, практически не зашёл, не знаю в какой ситуации он понравится.

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bruh

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Nahhh couldn't get into it

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Best thing I can say is that the running time of 34 minutes made the miserable listening experience as short as possible. It got ever so slightly interesting with Good Golly Miss Molly. Never trust a hippy.

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Das ist ja mal echt scheiße. Und ich bin erst beim dritten Song. Ich denke, diese Platte hätte verhindert werden MÜSSEN. Ein kollektives Versagen der beteiligten Musiker, Produzenten und Tontechniker. Da spielen echte Menschen auf echten Instrumenten bestenfalls mittelmäßige Songs mit vorhersagbaren Arrangements und es ist eine Qual, ihnen dabei zuhören zu müssen, weil NICHTS dabei rüberkommt. Eine Platte, die mich wütend macht. Ich hasse sie inbrünstig.

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This is like surf rock on crack, the guitar is a little dirty for me sometimes but WOW yeah this is what rock should sound like. Songs aren't particularly distinguishable from each other until Where is My Mind? though.

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