Time for another WOMS post. Creedence Clearwater Revival started in 1968 in California and consisted of John Fogerty (vocals/guitar), Tom Fogerty (rhythm guitar), Doug Clifford (drums) and Stu Cook (bass).
I love this band’s earthy sound and Fogerty’s raw, raucous voice. My favourite tracks on the stereo/iPod are as follows:
1 Proud Mary (from Bayou Country, 1969) Proud Mary
2 Have You Ever Seen The Rain (from Pendulum, 1970) Have You Ever Seen The Rain
3 Up Around The Bend (from Cosmo’s Factory, 1970) Up Around The Bend
4 Sweet Hitch Hiker (from Mardi Gras, 1972) Sweet Hitch Hiker
My first post of 2016 is hopefully one I will make into a regular feature. I love my music and particularly rock from the 1960s-1980s, though I will give all types and styles of music a listen.
So currently at home on my stereo (and iPod) are AC/DC and Tom Petty.
My most played tracks this week from AC/DC are:
Shake Your Foundations (from 1985’s Fly On The Wall) Shake Your Foundations
Anything Goes (from 2008’s Black Ice) Anything Goes
War Machine (also from 2008’s Black Ice) War Machine
My most played tracks from Tom Petty are:
The Waiting (from 1981’s Hard Promises) The Waiting
Shadow Of A Doubt (A Complex Kid) (from 1979’s Damn The Torpedoes) Shadow Of A Doubt (A Complex Kid)
You Wreck Me [on iPod only] (from 1994’s Wildflowers) You Wreck Me
Honey Bee [on iPod only] (also from 1994’s Wildflowers) Honey Bee
Change Of Heart [on iPod only] (from 1982’s Long After Dark) Change Of Heart
So there you have it for this week – what’s on your stereos/iPods?