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Creedence Clearwater Revival - Green River (1969)


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Green River is a song that was written by John Fogerty and it's the title track of their #1 album with the same name.

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The album Green River (1969) was their 3rd album and was their first album to hit #1 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. Their 5th album, Cosmo's Factory also hit #1 the next year.

John Fogerty wrote every song on the album except the last track on side 2, "The Night Time Is The Right Time".

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I uploaded a couple of Creedence vids if anyone is interested.

Down on The Corner (25meg mpeg) is here.

Fortunate Son (18meg mpg) is here.

I will cap these linkie poos in a few days just because I can. :lol:

If you want to post them to another site I suggest you reupload them and use your own links. B)

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I am way older. I introduced myself to their music. I would listen to them on the car radio as I was driving down to the Social Security office to check on my retirement benefits. :lol:

I actually bought some of their albums. I guess I have them all (except compilations) in one lossless format or the other.

They had 2 albums that made it to number 1 on the albums chart but they never had a single make it to number 1 on the singles chart. Several songs made it to number 2.

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