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Someday Never Comes - Creedence Clearwater Revival - Ultimate Creedence Clearwater Revival: Greatest

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  1. Kazrasar
    Creedence Clearwater Revival was the first act to sign a contract for August's Woodstock festival in April , for $10, (equivalent to $68, today). Given their late start time and omission from the Woodstock film (at John Fogerty's insistence), Creedence members have expressed bitterness over their experiences regarding the cethischillbinderbandinadar.infoinfo: Swamp rock.
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  2. Kazragor
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Ultimate Creedence Clearwater Revival: Greatest Hits & All-Time Classics on Discogs/5(6).
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  3. Nak
    There have been countless Creedence Clearwater Revival hits collections released over the years, all of them good. Fantasy's triple-disc Ultimate Creedence Clearwater Revival: Greatest Hits & All Time Classics is also good, although it teeters on the edge of being too much of a good thing, largely because its third disc of live recordings is extraneous; enjoyable enough but nothing to 8/
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  4. Tojalkis
    Jan 26,  · Australia boasts a particularly strong, ludicrously disproportionate affinity with Creedence Clearwater Revival. Per capita - our fair nation's obsession with the band consistently shines through in chart positions, sales and radio airplay/5(3).
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  5. Magal
    Previously released as: 24 Classic Hits - Creedence Clearwater Revival 21st Anniversary - The Ultimate Collection Subtitle on Front Cover: Fully Restored & Digitally Remastered. 6 Page colour fold out booklet contains brief band biography and other CD's in catalogue.5/5(2).
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  6. Aragore
    Fantasy's triple-disc Ultimate Creedence Clearwater Revival: Greatest Hits & All Time Classics is also good, although it teeters on the edge of being too much of a good thing, largely because its third disc of live recordings is extraneous; enjoyable enough but nothing to return to frequently/5(14).
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