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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 21, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Geffen Records
  • ASIN: B0002XL2DE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,869 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I am giving it a maximum of two stars out of genuine goodwill.
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At the same time "Whicked old witch" IS CCR's John Fogerty, supreme and incredibly swamp river rock music.
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Fogerty is in great voice, and the stylistic range of the music on the album is rewarding.
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65 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Jason Stein VINE VOICE on October 19, 2004
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Another decade, and another John Fogerty album. Since he seems to make one album per decade these days, "Deja Vu (All Over Again)" is a pleasant reminder of Eisenhower, Leave-It-To-Beaver nostalgia. This is exactly what John excels at--simple, memorable and endearing folk/pop/rock songs with political statements, social statements and sentimental familial and nostalgic reveries of times long gone.

"Deja Vu (All Over Again)" leads off the album with Vietnam/Iraq observations and general statements about war in general--that it will never, ever end, but it sure would be nice if the human race COULD put a stop to it. "Deja Vu" contains echoes of Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Have You Ever Seen The Rain?" This is Fogerty's masterstroke, taking his past and putting it in the present, and it worked extremely well with 1985's "Centerfield" and the musical references between "Old Man Down The Road" and Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Run Through The Jungle". This is why Fogerty is an American treasure, he is one of the few artists who can remind us effectively in the present of how we felt in the past.

The other socio-political song is "Nobody's Here Anymore", and how true this sentiment has become today. Talk of internet, cell phones and kids listening to music in the back of the classroom instead of learning something rings so true today, and I'll bet it's only going to get worse.

Two of my favorites are the ultra simple, yet enjoyable tunes "Sugar Sugar (In My Life) and "I Will Walk With You". These are easy, pleasant songs that you can just sit back and relax to. "Rhubarb Pie" is a third, but less effective pleasantry.

Three songs about women fill in the album.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Kelly Burke on October 30, 2004
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Déjà Vu All Over Again, John Fogarty's first studio album in seven years is being panned by many listeners.

That is in some ways understandable. It is the follow up to the masterpiece, Blue Moon Swamp. Fogarty irks the political right by having the gall to compare the war in Iraq to Vietnam. Many tracks pay homage to past tracks from CCR to Dire Straits (some might say they are derivative). The lyrical content is rather light on most of the tracks. But it is an exceedingly enjoyable listen. Fogarty is in great voice, the melodies are enjoyable, the guitar work (both by JF and his sidemen) impressive and the range of styles makes this a very accessible work.

Fogarty rocks on "She's Got Baggage" and "In The Garden", he brings out the old style bluegrass for "I Will Walk With You" and "Rhubarb Pie" and for "Wicked Old Witch" he goes back to the Bayou and lays down a classic CCR style romp (okay it sounds like Green River...but why is that so bad?). "Nobody's Here Anymore" is basically Sultans of Swing II (Mark Knopfler playing half of the lead to lend authenticity). The strangest track on the CD is "Radar". I say strange because the style is decidedly non-Fogarty evoking the B-52s style dance music.

If you want melodic heartfelt tracks from the old Swam Dog...this CD will not disappoint. No it is not Blue Moon Swamp, but why would you expect that? If you expect Fogarty to cow down to the Bush apologists ("immature = opposed to needless war) then go buy a Brittney Spears CD (she supports the president, I suppose that must mean she has "mature" political views). 59 and still growing creatively...I hope we will not have to wait seven more years for the next Fogarty effort.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Pooljones on October 7, 2004
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How fortunate we are that John still chooses to enrich our lives with his music. How many of the old rockers are kickin, much less writing? The title song "Deja Vu All Over Again" is Iraq's answer to Vietnam's "Fortunate Son." The rest of the music shows he's happy with his wife and young children. Good for you, John. You don't have to apologize to me for being happy and content with your life. Keep on rockin John, I love you!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By C. Alexander on September 29, 2004
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Another classic CD by John Fogerty. This man is a marvel in the way he can delve into many diverse musical styles and come up with songs that are truly his own but sound like they have always been around. Every song on this CD is well-crafted, hook-laden, and catchy. After a couple of listens you'll be humming them and hearing them in your head over and over. Rather than rehash Blue Moon Swamp or CCR, Fogerty sounds very fresh, and the singing and playing is first rate. The softer acoustic songs will open up a whole new audience and be well received by women, particularly as they are about them! The title song gives me goosebumps with its evocative lyrics, but is typically Fogerty-like in the way it doesn't preach. The more I listen to this CD the more I like it, and the more convinced I am that Mr Fogerty is in a league of his own when it comes to singing, songwriting, and musicianship and contribution to popular music.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Wayne Klein HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 24, 2004
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There's no doubt that John Fogerty is a great American songwriter. His work with CCR and some of his best solo work are examples of rock 'n' roll at its best; Fogerty's "Who'll Stop the Rain?", "Fortunate Song", "Green River", "Proud Mary", "Rockin' All Over the World", "The Old Man Down the Road" all are thoughtful/fun with a groove that's difficult to resist. So how does "Deja Vu All Over Again" hold up in comparison? While it has some weak material on it, the album doesn't shame John and although it's darker than his last album, it's not as dark (and tuneless) as "Eye of the Zombie". It's an average album with some stand out tunes such as the title track (which does, indeed, recall his work from CCR)the lilting "Sugar, Sugar" (which seems like a natural sing-along for kids just because it's so darn catchy)and a handful of other songs either meet the expectations of this Fogerty/CCR fan or surpass them.

The weak material on the album doesn't damage Fogerty's reputation. He's just coasting along. At nearly 60, he's doing better than many of his contemporaries and better than singer/songwriters/performers less than half his age. Think of "Deja Vu All Over Again" as the work of an older musician who doesn't have anything to prove but just wants to pass along his thoughts on what's happening in his life and world. Settling down made John happy and no one would begrudge him that. If some of the material lacks the bite of a 20 year old, it's because John Fogerty isn't a 20 year old. To expect him to produce the same music nearly 40 years on just isn't realistic just as it isn't realistic for Paul McCartney, Roger McGuinn, Van Morrison or any of Fogerty's contemporaries to produce the same stuff.
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