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Single: Suzie Q. - CCR

Cincinnati Babyhead loves this bad ass song.

Drums start it and the band catches the groove and then we get  “Oh Suzie Q  Oh Suzie   Oh Suzie Q  Baby I love you Suzie Q……Like the way you walk  I like the way you talk…” Then we get that greasy guitar.   72 more words

On January 15, 1985.

On January 15, 1985, “Warner Bros.” label released “Centerfield”, the third John Fogerty solo studio album. “Centerfield” was recorded from July to September 1984, and was produced by John Fogerty, who also played all the instruments on the album. 49 more words

Generational Differences

I know that Punk Rock is supposed to hate hippies. Joe Strummer pissed on the Beatles but he was once a hippie before he merged into a street punk as well as our friendly Tim Yohannan from the on going Maximumrocknroll.  112 more words


Song Writer’s Block

Long before I became an obscure humor writer, I was equally unknown as a songwriter and poet. A sort of Robert Zimmerman of the South, if you will. 269 more words


Lookin' Out My Back Door

Creedence Clearwater Revival (CCR) created and published this hit song in 1970 on their Cosmo’s Factory album. The reason I bring this up is because this song was sung at my brother-in-law’s funeral recently. 328 more words

The Daily Cut: Creedence Clearwater Revival "Lookin' Out My Back Door"

Creedence Clearwater Revival: “Lookin’ Out My Back Door”

ALBUM:  Cosmo’s Factory

YEAR:  1970

WRITER:  John Fogerty

Peaked at number-two on the Billboard Hot 100.

Creedence Clearwater Revival recorded a couple of rockabilly covers on their early albums — “Ooby Dooby” by Roy Orbison and “My Baby Left Me,” which was made famous by Elvis Presley. 130 more words


When Will I Be Loved: The Everly Brothers, Linda Ronstadt, John Fogerty

Hello there! In this week’s blog we consider the song When Will I Be Loved. This is a great rockabilly song written by Phil Everly and originally issued by the Everly Brothers. 2,408 more words

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