Creedence Clearwater Revival: 40th Anniversary Reissues

BACKSPIN 1968-1970

From 1968 to 1970, Creedence Clearwater Revival released a most impressive run of six sizzling roots rock albums resulting in a slew of swam-pop hits. For years, most fans were content to enjoy the radio staples on collections like "Chronicles Vol. 1" and "Vol. 2." Diehards — wanting to devour all seven, gloriously hard-chugging minutes of “Ramble Tamble” — purchased classic full-lengths like "Cosmo’s Factory." To celebrate the bands’ 40th anniversary, CCR’s label has finally reissued the vintage six and salted ’em with juicy bonus tracks, fresh liner notes and Digi-Paks that remain faithful to the original vinyl covers Dad rolled his first doobie on. (Fantasy) ****

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