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(Video) John Fogerty In Concert

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John Fogerty Plays Some CCR

John Fogerty set out on a solo career years ago and was involved in a lawsuit with CCR, a band he had founded and wrote most of the songs for. He swore at one time that he would never play another CCR song.
Fans insisted that he play the songs that he wrote, along with his own music, it was the voice of CCR and the great music that people loved. CCR would never be the same without John Fogerty.
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0:00 Travelin’ Band
3:20 Green River
7:15 Who’ll Stop the Rain?
10:15 Accordion intro
11:33 Lookin’ Out My Back Door
14:40 Stuck in Lodi
19:05 Born on the Bayou
23:20 Down the Road I Go
25:10 …instrumental…
29:40 Down the Road I Go (conclusion)
30:55 Midnight Special
34:34 Mystic Highway
40:20 Hot Rod Heart
45:02 Keep on Chooglin’
52:58 Cotton Fields Back Home
55:03 Have You Ever Seen the Rain
57:47 Down the Mississippi (?)
1:01:10 Down On The Corner
1:03:53 Centerfield
1:08:19 Up Around The Bend
1:10:45 The Old Man Down The Road
1:16:45 Fortunate Son
1:20:20 Bad Moon Rising
1:22:46 Proud Mary

 

Creedence Clearwater Revival‘s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was awkward moment for John Fogerty and Band Mats. In his new memoir, Fortunate Son: My Life, My Music, John Fogerty looks back on the personal and business conflicts that kept him from reuniting with his former bandmates to perform at the ceremony.

Fogerty looks back on the evening and the disputes leading up to it, he confirmed that he would never perform with surviving ex-Creedence members Doug Clifford and Stu Cook because he felt they’d betrayed him in a contentious dispute with the head of their label. As Fogerty tells it, from the beginning that he had no interest in a reunion.

“I’m just not going to stand on a stage with those people, three in a row, play our songs and be presented as a band — particularly because these guys just sold their rights in that band to my worst enemy. I also made it very clear that if I didn’t play at all, that was fine too.”

Read More: John Fogerty Explains His Refusal to Perform With Creedence Clearwater Revival at the Band’s Rock Hall Induction | http://ultimateclassicrock.com/john-fogerty-creedence-rock-hall-induction/?trackback=tsmclip

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