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Creedence Clearwater Revival, "Up Around the Bend" (05/28/70)

“Come on the risin’ wind, we’re goin’ up around the bend…” One begins to ask, out of sheer perversity, if John Fogerty will ever come up with a dud. 225 more words

Greil Marcus

Review - Dwight Yoakam's "Who'll Stop The Rain"

Dwight Yoakam returned to making music in 2012 when he released his album 3 Pears. He had taken time off to focus on his acting career. 595 more words


Dwight Yoakam's "Who'll Stop the Rain": Pepper's Pick

Pepper’s Pick is a deeper look at songs in the country format. Pepper breaks down some of her favorite songs coming out of Nashville…

If you watch… 193 more words


Rock Chronology #166: Travelin' Band

“Travelin’ Band”, Creedence Clearwater Revival, 1970.

This song was part of a double A-sided single which had “Who’ll Stop the Rain” on the other side. It was basically a double win for anyone who bought the single. 73 more words


New Dwight Yoakum Single

Dwight Yoakum has a new album coming out this year. He just released this single as, hopefully, a taste of what’s to come. Creedence covers have got to be tough to pull off because EVERYONE knows the originals like it’s part of their DNA. 52 more words


Creedence Clearwater Revival, Who'll Stop the Rain

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Who’ll Stop the Rain

Cosmo’s Factory (1970)

There’s a movie somewhere in the history of Creedence Clearwater Revival: A quick rise to stardom, a string of top-10 hits, a clash of personalities within the band, an acrimonious breakup and four decades of legal troubles stemming from bad contracts, culminating in John Fogerty being sued for sounding too much like himself. 314 more words

Jazz (and beyond) With An Accent: A Bad Moon Rising for The Final

By Fernando Gonzalez

After a month of a World Cup, many Americans have come to learn some of the, umm, peculiarities of fútbol (soccer if you must), including its rituals both in the pitch and the stands. 213 more words