Creedence Clearwater Revival – Lodi

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#CCR Undeniably one of the greatest rock bands of all time, Creedence Clearwater Revival has sold over 50 million albums worldwide since their formation in the 1960s, with their songs on consistent rotation on Classic Rock radio.

In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of Creedence Clearwater Revival, the legendary band’s first six albums were reissued by Fantasy Records as six individual expanded-edition CDs. The albums — Creedence Clearwater Revival, Bayou Country, Green River, Willy & the Poor Boys, Cosmo’s Factory and Pendulum,, all originally released from 1968-70 —have been remastered and contain B-sides and unreleased studio & live material.

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47 thoughts on “Creedence Clearwater Revival – Lodi”

    1. @Mick Funny that means u have only listened or paid attention to the wrong music. SO much modern music is not autotuned. judging all modern music by radio bullshit is ignorant

    1. ?@Jim Eisenmann autotune didnt exist at this time so why did u feel the need to say that? u can appreciate a mans voice for what it is, rather than what it is not.

    2. Silvana Carvalho

      Discípulo de Little Richards, ídolo da década 40/50 , admitido por ele.Só que ele adiciona um estilo próprio dele.Leia sua biografia para saber sua origem.

    3. @WL Easy man, he probably just grew up on a different plain of existence. He wasn’t discreditting John’s voice. He was just saying that people who depend on autotune these days can’t sing raw, or at all, but make it regardless because of autotune and their lyrics. No need to over analyze things. In fact you sound like a Karen tbh.

  1. October 2020 and still listening, loving and feeling the music of CCR. The music had a feel of “the closing call for Life”. Like the music portends “the end”.

  2. Sandra Vaux

    Oh how I love the grittyness of these guys, they are my favorite band. John is so amazing love his voice. Jan./21 I’m just hangin out with them and a few others all day. I’ve been isolated for 11 moths. and now it’s getting to me. The thing is, is that there’s no end in sight if we all don’t buckle down and rake this seriously. PLEASE everyone, done the best you can we’re all in this together. We’ve made it this far, stay healthy people and all the best to you all?????

    1. david cooper

      Life goes on.
      I remember when this song first came out. I was a “teenager” ….
      I didn’t know where Lodi was, but it didn’t sound so hot to me.
      “Fame and Fortune” did.
      I decided to spread my wings and hitch hike around the country.
      Then hike the Appalachian trail.
      Alot of good memories of both.
      Got married, raised a family and now I’m single again…..
      I was “homeless” when covid hit.
      Hard times.
      Today I’m fully vaccinated and just got my seasonal flu-shot last week.
      I’ve known several people that contracted covid. The only one who died was in very poor health already. They put him on a ventilator at the hospital, but he died from “complications”. Pneumonia or something like that.
      My other friends were quite sick for about a week and a half or so. Fever, body aches and extreme fatigue. Loss of taste and smell too.
      I still wear my face mask regularly, but I’m gonna keep living life until the “pandemic” runs it’s course.
      You gotta come out of isolation eventually.
      Just be “smart” about it.
      Life is for the Living
      Best Wishes
      Cincinnati Ohio USA

  3. I was n high school when CCR appeared.. Was a lot of crappy rock at the time and CCR was a total breath of fresh air…

    1. Andy Orozco

      “‘Nothin’ better than listening to this on a bayou ot Aug. 3rd, 2022. I’m Chicano and I see this as ‘ The Wors, *Or *WORD. LOL I love C.C.R.!

  4. Daniel Manzotti

    Que buena banda Creedence,, recuerdos de juventud, una pena que no pude verlos en Argentina.-

  5. For those of you who wonder if young people can appreciate this old music, I’m 17 and this is my favorite band.

    1. Me too I bought this album collection and it’s just wow makes me want to ride quads,wrench on my pickup, and go hunting just live in a small southern town

    1. I found this band when I was like 12 still a vibe but no one else in Chicago likes this type of music

  6. Raul Galvan

    I lived in Lodi for 40 years + one of the best towns to be stuck in good music and good people .

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