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The other guys showed up only for rehearsals and the days we made the actual recordings. Then one day somebody from the actually bothered to call me up and ask me how I felt, and I finally had a chance to talk about it. This is just an image-polishing exercise by John. So finally the bomb exploded and we never worked together again. I was alone when I made the arrangements, I was alone when I added background vocals, guitars and some other stuff. Their musical style encompassed , , and.

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Retrieved August 30, 2010 — via. Both Clifford and Stu Cook played on the album which was released on Warner Bros. In spite of their continuing commercial success, however, relations among the three had become increasingly strained. Their approach was basic and uncompromising, holding true to the band members' working-class origins. Creedence Clearwater Revival, which disbanded in 1972, were progressive and anachronistic at the same time. Their songs rarely dealt with romantic love, concentrating instead on political and socially-conscious lyrics about topics such as the. As a goodwill gesture, Concord honored the unfulfilled contractual promises Fantasy made nearly forty years earlier, finally paying the band a higher royalty rate on their sales and restoring John Fogerty's ownership of his songs back to him.

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Fogerty joined the while Clifford joined the. Fogerty's classic compositions for Creedence evoked enduring images of Americana, and they simultaneously reflected burning social issues of the day. The group disbanded acrimoniously in late 1972 after four years of chart-topping success. In the 1980s and 1990s, new rounds of lawsuits between the band members, as well as against their former management, deepened their animosities. I was alone when I produced and mixed the albums.

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Yesterday, and days before, Sun is cold and rain is hard, I know; Been that way for all my time. Tom Fogerty's widow Tricia had expected a Creedence reunion and even brought the urn containing her husband's ashes to the ceremony. In the end, he refused to work for the label. It was the band's second single, its first to reach the No. Now we had to make the best possible album and it wasn't important who did what, as long as the result was the very best we could achieve. They were obsessed with the idea of more control and more influence. The other guys in the band insisted on writing songs for the new album, they had opinions on the arrangements, they wanted to sing.

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Realizing that it doesn't really kick up a big firestorm of emotion, it kind of suggests that at least if someone started talking I'd sit still long enough to listen. We went to an Italian restaurant and I remember that I very clearly told the others that I for one didn't want to go back to the car wash again. In this life, all kinds of strange things come to pass. An unapologetic throwback to the golden era of rock and roll, they broke ranks with their peers on the progressive, psychedelic San Francisco scene. And I was the one who had created all this.

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The song ultimately topped out at No. Tom Fogerty had officially left the previous year, and John was at odds with the remaining members over matters of business and artistic control, all of which resulted in subsequent lawsuits among the former bandmates. Cook produced artist 's The Evil One and was a bassist with the popular country act in the 1980s. Bandmembers' roles and the instruments they played changed during this period. The band performed at the 1969 festival in. Several years later, the label released a live recording entitled The Royal Albert Hall Concert. His next major hit was , a chart-topping success in 1985.

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