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Creedence Clearwater Revival, also known as Creedence, or simply as CCR, was a very popular rock group of the late 1960’s and early 1970’s.  Their musical style was unique at the time and incorporated elements of roots rock, blues rock, and their signature swamp rock.  CCR had a long string of hits, and at one time writers even suggested they had surpassed The Beatles.  Unfortunately, their reign at the top was short-lived.  Here is the Creedence Clearwater Revival album discography.

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Creedence Clearwater Revival Album Discography

Songwriting

Clifford – Doug Clifford
Cook – Stu Cook
Fogerty – John Fogerty

 

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Fantasy 8382
Billboard Album Chart:  entry – 20 Jul. 1968, peak – 52, stay – 73 weeks
Produced by Saul Zaentz
Side One:
1.  I Put A Spell On You – 4:25 – Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Herb Slotkin
2.  The Working Man – 3:02 – Fogerty
3.  Suzie Q – 8:34 – Dale Hawkins, Stanley Lewis, Eleanor Broadwater
Side Two:
1.  Ninety-Nine And A Half (Won’t Do) – 3:35 – Steve Cropper, Wilson Pickett
2.  Get Down Woman – 3:02 – Fogerty
3.  Porterville – 2:13 – Fogerty
4.  Gloomy – 3:48 – Fogerty
5.  Walk On The Water – 4:16 – Fogerty, Tom Fogerty

 

Bayou Country

Fantasy 8387
Billboard Album Chart:  entry – 8 Feb. 1969, peak – 7, stay – 88 weeks
Produced by John Fogerty
Side One:
1.  Born On The Bayou – 5:10 – Fogerty
2.  Bootleg – 2:58 – Fogerty
3.  Graveyard Train – 8:32 – Fogerty
Side Two:
1.  Good Golly Miss Molly – 2:38 – Robert Blackwell, John Marascalco
2.  Penthouse Pauper – 3:37 – Fogerty
3.  Proud Mary – 3:07 – Fogerty
4.  Keep On Chooglin’ – 7:40 – Fogerty

 

Green River

Fantasy 8393
Billboard Album Chart:  entry – 13 Sep. 1969, peak – 1 (4 weeks), stay – 88 weeks
Produced by John Fogerty
Side One:
1.  Green River – 2:31 – Fogerty
2.  Commotion – 2:37 – Fogerty
3.  Tombstone Shadow – 3:36 – Fogerty
4.  Wrote A Song For Everyone – 4:55 – Fogerty
Side Two:
1.  Bad Moon Rising – 2:17 – Fogerty
2.  Lodi – 3:08 – Fogerty
3.  Cross-Tie Walker – 3:17 – Fogerty
4.  Sinister Purpose – 3:19 – Fogerty
5.  The Night Time Is The Right Time – 3:07 – Ozzie Cadena, Lew Herman

 

Willy And The Poor Boys

Fantasy 8397
Billboard Album Chart:  entry – 13 Dec. 1969, peak – 3, stay – 60 weeks
Produced by John Fogerty
Side One:
1.  Down On The Corner – 2:43 – Fogerty
2.  It Came Out Of The Sky – 2:58 – Fogerty
3.  Cotton Fields – 2:53 – Huddie Ledbetter
4.  Poorboy Shuffle – 2:25 – Fogerty
5.  Feelin’ Blue – 5:05 – Fogerty
Side Two:
1.  Fortunate Son – 2:20 – Fogerty
2.  Don’t Look Now (It Ain’t You Or Me) – 2:08 – Fogerty
3.  The Midnight Special – 4:10 – Trad.
4.  Side O’ The Road – 3:21 – Fogerty
5.  Effigy – 6:28 – Fogerty

 

Cosmo’s Factory

Fantasy 8402
Billboard Album Chart:  entry – 25 Jul. 1970, peak – 1 (9 weeks), stay – 69 weeks
Produced by John Fogerty
Side One:
1.  Ramble Tamble – 7:09 – Fogerty
2.  Before You Accuse Me – 3:24 – Ellas McDaniels
3.  Travelin’ Band – 2:07 – Fogerty
4.  Ooby Dooby – 2:05 – Wade Moore, Dick Penner
5.  Lookin’ Out My Back Door – 2:31 – Fogerty
6.  Run Through The Jungle – 3:09 – Fogerty
Side Two:
1.  Up Around The Bend – 2:40 – Fogerty
2.  My Baby Left Me – 2:17 – Arthur Crudup
3.  Who’ll Stop The Rain – 2:28 – Fogerty
4.  I Heard It Through The Grapevine – 11:05 – Norman Whitfield, Barrett Strong
5.  Long As I Can See The Light – 3:33 – Fogerty

 

Pendulum

Fantasy 8410
Billboard Album Chart:  entry – 26 Dec. 1970, peak – 5, stay – 42 weeks
Produced by John Fogerty
Side One:
1.  Pagan Baby – 6:25 – Fogerty
2.  Sailor’s Lament – 3:47 – Fogerty
3.  Chameleon – 3:05 – Fogerty
4.  Have You Ever Seen The Rain – 2:39 – Fogerty
5.  (Wish I Could) Hideaway – 3:53 – Fogerty
Side Two:
1.  Born To Move – 5:39 – Fogerty
2.  Hey Tonight – 2:43 – Fogerty
3.  It’s Just A Thought – 3:45 – Fogerty
4.  Molina – 2:41 – Fogerty
5.  Rude Awakening #2 – 6:19 – Fogerty

 

Mardi Gras

Fantasy 9404
Billboard Album Chart:  entry – 29 Apr. 1972, peak – 12, stay – 24 weeks
Produced by John Fogerty, Doug Clifford, Stu Cook
Side One:
1.  Lookin’ For A Reason – 3:25 – Fogerty
2.  Take It Like A Friend – 3:01 – Cook
3.  Need Someone To Hold – 2:59 – Clifford, Cook
4.  Tearin’ Up The Country – 2:13 – Clifford
5.  Someday Never Comes – 3:59 – Fogerty
Side Two:
1.  What Are You Gonna Do – 2:51 – Clifford
2.  Sail Away – 2:25 – Cook
3.  Hello Mary Lou – 2:11 – Gene Pitney
4.  Door To Door – 2:07 – Cook
5.  Sweet Hitch-Hiker – 2:59 – Fogerty

 

Live In Europe

Fantasy CCR-1
Billboard Album Chart:  entry – 24 Nov. 1973, peak – 143, stay – 10 weeks
Produced by DSR [aka Doug Clifford, Stu Cook, and Russ Gary]
Side One:
1.  Born On The Bayou – 5:04 – Fogerty
2.  Green River / Susie Q – 4:21 – Fogerty / Dale Hawkins, Stanley Lewis, Eleanor Broadwater
3.  It Came Out Of The Sky – 3:31 – Fogerty
Side Two:
1.  Door To Door – 2:03 – Cook
2.  Travelin’ Band – 2:11 – Fogerty
3.  Fortunate Son – 2:31 – Fogerty
4.  Commotion – 2:29 – Fogerty
5.  Lodi – 3:25 – Fogerty
Side Three:
1.  Bad Moon Rising – 2:15 – Fogerty
2.  Proud Mary – 2:58 – Fogerty
3.  Up Around The Bend – 2:43 – Fogerty
4.  Hey Tonight – 2:27 – Fogerty
5.  Sweet Hitch-Hiker – 3:05 – Fogerty
Side Four:
1.  Keep On Chooglin’ – 13:33 – Fogerty

 

The Royal Albert Hall Concert

Fantasy MPF-4501
Billboard Album Chart:  entry – 20 Dec. 1980, peak – 62, stay – 20 weeks
Producer not listed
Side One:
1.  Born On The Bayou – 5:12 – Fogerty
2.  Green River – 3:03 – Fogerty
3.  Tombstone Shadow – 4:05 – Fogerty
4.  Don’t Look Now – 2:25 – Fogerty
5.  Travelin’ Band – 2:07 – Fogerty
6.  Who’ll Stop The Rain – 2:38 – Fogerty
7.  Bad Moon Rising – 2:22 – Fogerty
8.  Proud Mary – 3:29 – Fogerty
Side Two:
1.  Fortunate Son – 2:25 – Fogerty
2.  Commotion – 2:35 – Fogerty
3.  The Midnight Special – 3:47 – Trad.
4.  Night Time Is The Right Time – 3:24 – Lew Herman
5.  Down On The Corner – 2;49 – Fogerty
6.  Keep On Chooglin’ – 9:04 – Fogerty
Note:  At the time of release, these recordings were believed to have been made in London in April 1970.  However, it was discovered these recordings actually came from a concert at the Oakland Coliseum in January 1970.  Thereafter, the title was listed as simply The Concert.

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Creedence Clearwater Revival Album Discography

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