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Album: Creedence Gold
# Song Title   Time
1)    Proud Mary Album Version More Info... 3:08
2)    Down On The Corner Album Version More Info... 2:44
3)    Bad Moon Rising Album Version More Info... 2:19
4)    I Heard It Through The Grapevine More Info... 11:04
5)    The Midnight Special More Info... 4:12
6)    Have You Ever Seen The Rain Album Version More Info... 2:39
7)    Born On The Bayou More Info... 5:15
8)    Susie Q More Info... 8:35
 

Album: Creedence Gold
# Song Title   Time
1)    Proud Mary Album Version More Info... 3:08
2)    Down On The Corner Album Version More Info... 2:44
3)    Bad Moon Rising Album Version More Info... 2:19
4)    I Heard It Through The Grapevine More Info... 11:04
5)    The Midnight Special More Info... 4:12
6)    Have You Ever Seen The Rain Album Version More Info... 2:39
7)    Born On The Bayou More Info... 5:15
8)    Susie Q More Info... 8:35
 
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  • Creedence Clearwater Revival: John Fogerty (vocals, guitar); Tom Fogerty (guitar); Stu Cook (bass); Doug Clifford (drums).
  • Digital remastering by George Horn (1991, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley).
  • Personnel: John Fogerty, Tom Fogerty (vocals, guitar); Doug Clifford, Stu Cook (drums).
  • Audio Remasterer: George Horn.
  • Photographer: Bob Fogerty.
  • Arranger: John Fogerty.
  • Creedence Gold is a collection of Creedence Clearwater Revival's hit singles. Unfortunately, the album is a little too small to meet anybody's needs. A mere eight tracks are featured on Creedence Gold. Admittedly, these are eight tracks of amazing quality, but those looking for a more thorough collection will be pleased with the much more in-depth Chronicle, Vol. 1. Creedence Gold shows off the musical talent involved in the band. The 11-plus-minute "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" is a fine showcase for Creedence's lead guitar styling, while "Born on the Bayou" is a fine sampler of how the band worked as a unit. By no means is Creedence Gold a bad album. Indeed, the eight tracks featured are eight of the best moments in their respective genres. As a compilation of Creedence's career, however, Creedence Gold fails miserably. ~ Ben Davies
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